Podcast (3): Women Make SF Across the Media Universe!

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Episode Three: Women Make SF TV (aka stop cancelling my shows)

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We take a break from film to gab about our favourite women-created SF TV (which, given how short the list is, is all of them): Emergence, Vagrant Queen, Sense8, Killjoys!, Westworld, Altered Carbon, Roswell New Mexico, iZombie, Russian Doll, Jessica Jones, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

@WomenMakeSF #WomenMakeSF #WomenMakeSFPod

Intro/Outro music: Inspire Glitches (2017) by Yuriy Shishlov (CC-BY-NC-SA)



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  • The festival (wordy!): British Society for the History of Science’s Global Digital History of Science Festival (6th-10th July) #HistSciFest
    @BSHSNews
  • Emergence (created by: Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas)
  • Vagrant Queen (created by: Jem Garrard)
  • Wynonna Earp (created by: Emily Andras)
  • Roswell New Mexico (created by: Carina Adly Mackenzie)
  • Jessica Jones (created by: Melissa Rosenberg)
  • @MenWriteWomen
  • Black Girl Nerds – review of Vagrant Queen
  • @BlackGirlNerds
  • Killjoys! (created by: Michelle Lovretta)
  • Vagrant Queen comic from Vault – written by Magdalene Visaggio
  • Noelle Stevenson – @Gingerhazing
  • Sense8 (created by: Lana and Lilly Wachowski with J. Michael Straczynski)
  • Évolution (dir. Lucile Hadžihalilović, 2015)
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (created by: Maurissa Tancharoen with Jed and Joss Whedon)
  • iZombie (created by: Diane Ruggiero-Wright and Rob Thomas)
  • Russian Doll (created by: Leslye Headland, Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler)
  • tenorOMG, I said Adam Sandler movie when I meant to say Andy Samberg!!!! Argh.
  • Altered Carbon (created by: Laeta Kalogridis)
  • The 100 (created by: Jason Rothenberg)
  • The 100 novels written by: Kass Morgan – The 100 (2013); Day 21 (2014); Homecoming  (2015); Rebellion (2016).
  • Another Life (FWIW, creator Aaron Martin also wrote for Killjoys! and is a vocal supporter of diversity on and behind screen)

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