'I'm Here Because of the Internet': How Web Series Made New TV Stars
Just days before the 76th Golden Globes Awards, we talked to Quinta Brunson and Sam Bailey about how their digital shows translated to mainstream success on television.
'Dinette' Is a Funny, Candid Portrayal of Living as a Non-Binary Millennial
The web series gives a glimpse into the everyday lives of women and non-binary people navigating relationships in Brooklyn.
The Web Series That Celebrates 'Professional Black Girl Moments'
Ahead of season two, "Professional Black Girl" creator Yaba Blay describes her goal of celebrating the everyday experience of Black girls and women.
The New All-Women Web Series Exploring Queer, Black, Poly Love
In "195 Lewis," a queer, black, and female cast navigate relationships in the rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood of Bed-Stuy.
Emily J. Smith
TV Is Finally Starting to Get Polyamory Right
We chat with the creators of 'Unicornland' and 'You Me Her' about the importance of showing realistic depictions of polyamory.
The New Series 'Brujos' Follows a Group of Gay, Latino Witches
The creators of 'Brujos' chat about critiquing white supremacy and making a show that combines fun, campy horror with radical politics.
Meet France's Best Tattoo Artists in a Short Documentary Series
The filmmakers behind the ‘Color My Skin’ web series talk about French tattoo culture.
Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Videos Spotlight Women of Color
Rad female filmmakers are behind the new interactive web series 'Downtown Browns.'
How Web Series Have Widened TV's Talent Pool
We talk with the teams behind Comedy Central and HBO's comedies about the challenges of adapting a web series and why more TV networks are looking online for unique talent.
Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya
Seven Web Series About Queer Women You Should Watch
More and more creators are looking to the web to tell stories featuring queer women—here are a few to check out.
‘Insecure’ Is a Show About Unique and Unapologetically Black Women
Issa Rae's move to HBO opens up space for unapologetically black, unapologetically weird women everywhere.
A Marvel Creator Takes a Hyper-Focused Look at One Comic Page
This comic creator takes you step-by-step through a single page to show his creative process.