“What people have the capacity to choose, they have the ability to change.” (tweet)
– Madeleine Albright
The first woman to become U.S. Secretary of State.
Falls leading ladies are equipped with White House clearance and law degrees. We approve. We also love seeing Cristin Milioti (the Mom from How I Met Your Mother) co-star in her own love story. #Legendary
Set your DVRs accordingly.
Madam Secretary featuring Téa Leoni
Téa Leoni owns the role of this former CIA analyst and we’re loving it. Leoni’s Elizabeth McCord is suddenly thrust back into public life as U.S. Secretary of State. As one of the most powerful people in the country, Elizabeth expertly drives international diplomacy while wrangling office politics. See the trailer here.
Premieres Sunday, September 21st 8:30pm ET on CBS. #MadamSecretary
How To Get Away With Murder featuring Viola Davis
If you like Scandal, you’ll love this masterful suspense-driven legal thriller. Viola Davis plays brilliant and charismatic Professor Annalise Keating, as she gets tangled up with four mischievous law students from her class “How To Get Away with Murder.” Watch the preview here.
Premieres Thursday, September 25th at 10pm ET on ABC.
Bad Judge featuring Kate Walsh
In the style of Bad Santa meets Night Court, Kate Walsh is “wild child” and whip smart criminal judge Rebecca Wright. She makes no excuses, no apologies, and no compromises… except when an eight-year-old boy – whose parents were put in jail by Rebecca – needs her help. Watch the preview here.
Premieres Thursday, October 2nd at 9pm ET on NBC.
Special Mention for Milioti
If you’re looking for something a bit more lovey-dovey, the new sitcom co-starring Cristin Milioti (How I Met Your Mother) looks completely adorable. A-to-Z follows the story of Andrew & Zelda from the day they met. See the trailer here.
Premieres Thursday, October 2nd at 9:30pm ET on NBC.
Oh, by the way
PS: Speaking of women in media… On Monday, private, nude images of female celebrities, namely Jennifer Lawrence, were stolen and posted online. Support women by 1) avoiding the stolen images 2) not sharing the stolen content. #DontStareDontShare