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Have you ever wondered what goes into Netflix' category algorithms? Does it simply take a woman in glasses, a pant suit, and an achievable uphill battle to make it to their list of female empowerment movies? Join Comedian Tessa Davidson and Writer Tricia Donelan as they discuss the the Strong Female Leads of their favorite Movies and TV Shows. Friendships are tested, stereotypes are explored, and female badassery is applauded.

Strong Female Lead Strong Female Lead

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 31 Ratings

Have you ever wondered what goes into Netflix' category algorithms? Does it simply take a woman in glasses, a pant suit, and an achievable uphill battle to make it to their list of female empowerment movies? Join Comedian Tessa Davidson and Writer Tricia Donelan as they discuss the the Strong Female Leads of their favorite Movies and TV Shows. Friendships are tested, stereotypes are explored, and female badassery is applauded.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

lifetimeUncorked ,

Extremely bias review! 😘🍷🔪

I have had the honor of being a guest on this podcast. Not only was I lucky enough to hang out with my girl Trisha, I also met my triplet Tessa. These strong female podcast hosts bring expert movie/TV knowledge and seamlessly interweave their personal experiences to create something special. Very enjoyable podcast. Shout out to Hilary for making everyone sound sooo good and keeping it real. XOXO!

Aram Ronaldo ,

Church of Latter Day SFL's!!!

The first thing that comes to mind for review, was how swimmingly there was delicious banter and no discussion chat about Black Mirror's San Junipero by 20 minutes in. Twenty oh five, and we're back on track. Woot! Enjoying the first portion of talk, then, having not seen the San Junipero episode, I thought I'd take in all the spoilers and discussion anyways(then I did watch it, right afterward; yippy!) I'm so glad, with Hillary's help, we all decided that undeniably the jury is hung on whether the girlfriend really passed-over or if everything is just possible so yep. Who said they might choose to go to the ?? Prehistoric era San Junipero, that's nifty, teehee. And maybe Tessa's pick was the ninteen teens era. And on that note, please be reading this review with a nineteen teens 'cats in jammers' accent if possible, much obliged. Now, thanks for the episode recommendation afterall, very wonderful heads up indeed. So, I wanted to suggest one and a half flicks for you all to view: Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead(1991), cuz well SFL alert, but also cuz it's 1991 and it's the earliest of nineties; so early it's the actually the leftover eighties, which Tricia should relish. But so late in the super late eighties so as not to discourage Tessa from being intrigued. Lastly, a half idea, is A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night(2014), vampire(I know, I know) dark comedy. Lol, anywho. Arrivaderci... -Armmie Ronaldo :)

PLFitzgerald ,

Love them!

For all those times when you watched a movie or tv show alone and wanted to discuss it with a friend. Bonus: you can tell when someone is born by their pop culture knowledge. And the differences between the two crack me up!

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