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Elle's 5 'Women In TV' Covers Are Just What We've Been Waiting For

Bravo!

Elle tapped an impressive group of actresses for its 6th annual "Women In TV" issue -- and the resulting five covers are stunning, to say the least.

The A-list lineup consists of Priyanka Chopra of "Quantico," Viola Davis of "How To Get Away With Murder," Olivia Wilde of "Vinyl," Julia Louis-Dreyfus of "Veep," and newly minted Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson of "Empire."

We're pumped that the glossy decided to round up a diverse group of women -- especially in light of the recent all-white Hollywood Reporter group cover that spotlighted the industry's blatant disregard for casting actresses of color.

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Elle/Cedric Buchet
Elle/David Bellemere

In the issue, which hits newsstands nationwide on Jan. 19, the women open up about life, love and navigating their successful careers.

“Go to the movies -- how many good scripts are you really seeing out there? How many good, meaty roles are there for women within those scripts? Not tons of them," Louis-Dreyfus told Elle. "Right now there are so many [TV] shows on with strong, complicated, powerful, not-so-powerful, interesting human beings who are women. And I am thrilled to be playing one of them.”

Here's a peek at the ladies inside the issue. Gorgeous, right?

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