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"Queering the Script" takes an up-close (and critical) look at how LGBTQ representation on TV can have a generation-defining impact.
Renee O'Connor unearthed her ambitions as a young girl growing up in Texas. Like so many her age, she had grand visions of an international acting career. Yet, unlike so many of her peers, Renee took action in determining her future.
The reboot's screenwriter is promising "a very different show."
The warrior princess might be getting a comeback. NBC and NBC Universal are apparently following the trend of the remake
TV Guide has learned that the former “Xena: Warrior Princess” star will be joining the TV series in an unspecified role this
The series about Xena, a butt-kicking warlord-turned-hero, and Gabrielle, her best friend/soulmate, lasted for six seasons
You can't keep a good warrior princess down -- "Xena" may be coming back with a revival! Twelve years after the series ended
Currently, the titular character on "Nikita" (Maggie Q) is also busting skulls and taking names, as is an unlikely lady on
Anna Mulrine of the Christian Science Monitor reports that the military is developing body armor for women modeled after
On this Memorial Day Weekend, I wanted to see what kind of sin those liberal Americans were up to. And I wanted to hear a little more about that pesky War on Women. Is that really a thing? Or does it just sound good to say?
You know you're in for a treat when your favorite TV characters from different shows cross paths. Whether it's to save the
You recently said that you hated the fighting on "Xena." You really don't miss that at all? Not a bit. Not a bit. Never, never
Inventor Dean Kamen. Not only is Dean a brilliant innovator in the world of science, engineering and design, he is a great
What happens when a warrior princess stops by a food and lifestyle show? Obviously a sword fight. While promoting the new