In this new golden age of television, picking the perfect show to watch each night or binge over the weekend can be overwhelming. Luckily, we’re here to help you find the perfect show for your personality.
You need more strong women in your life
Imagine the media frenzy if a young woman made it to a Major League Baseball team. That’s the premise of “Pitch,” a new sports drama on FOX that follows Ginny Baker (Kylie Bunbury) as she enters her rookie season with the San Diego Padres. After watching American women athletes completely dominate the Rio Olympics, both sports fans and fans of trailblazing women will find something to love here.
Thursday, Sept. 22 9 p.m. FOX
Believe it or not, it’s been 12 years since Carrie Bradshaw and her best girl friends were last on HBO. Sarah Jessica Parker returns to television this October with the much-anticipated new show ‘Divorce.’ But don’t expect to see a ‘SATC’ part deux. Parker plays a suburban mom who is ready to go to battle against her husband (Thomas Haden Church).
Sunday, Oct. 9, 10 p.m., HBO
The new Netflix drama about the reign of Elizabeth II is already worrying Buckingham Palace, if the British tabloids are to be believed. The first season of the reportedly $100 million drama takes place in 1947, when the 25-year-old Elizabeth (Claire Foy) ascends to the throne. She soon faces off with Winston Churchill as she takes the reigns of a post-war empire in decline.
Friday, Nov. 4, Netflix
‘Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life’
What are you doing this Thanksgiving? If you’re a woman in your twenties or thirties it’s very likely that you are heading back to Stars Hollow, the bucolic, fictional Connecticut town made famous by the much-missed CW show ‘Gilmore Girls.’ Show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino reunites with almost of her entire original cast for this four-part series.
Friday, Nov. 25, Netflix