Remotely Girly, the first exclusively female-themed, critic-hosted TV review podcast announces its official launch today with a special episode featuring the premiere of Global’s Supergirl. Remotely Girly is a new podcast that offers a female perspective on the landscape of TV, with a focus ranging from the strong female characters dominating the small screen to women in the industry working behind-the-scenes. Whether it’s plot twists, character developments, casting news or off-camera antics, Remotely Girly is like talking to friends who, like you, love TV. Episodes available now on iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud and other leading podcast apps. Join the conversation and follow Remotely Girly on Facebook and Twitter.
“We know that women love TV and shows that range from serious drama to reality. We are here to discuss it all from Fargo and Fear the Walking Dead to Unreal and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” said Amber Dowling.
“We are proud to celebrate women in TV in a time when we are seeing such strong female perspectives behind the camera like Shonda Rhimes and Julie Plec, and performances in front of the camera, like Viola Davis or Gina Rodriguez, that are setting a new bar,” said Emily Gagne.
“We want listeners to feel like they are getting insider tips but also chatting with their close friends about shows and actresses they love,” said Melissa Girimonte.
To listen to the latest Remotely Girly episode featuring a special sneak peek of Supergirl, click HERE. New episodes are available Thursdays across popular podcast streaming platforms.
Each episode of Remotely Girly covers two series that are premiering, ending, streaming or airing a notable episode. Each podcast ends with the MVG (Most Valuable Girly), a woman who stood out during the week in the TV industry. Remotely Girly will also feature interviews and guest hosts offering their views on the world of TV.
Remotely Girly is hosted by Amber Dowling, President of the Television Critics Association and creator of TV Junkies; Emily Gagne, Managing Editor and Co-Founder of Cinefilles and freelance writer; and Melissa Girimonte, Founder & Editor in Chief of The Televixen. Remotely Girly was created and is produced by Amber, Emily, and Melissa. The series is edited by Sarah Kosmack and executive produced by Tyler Wade and Owen McCorquodale. Remotely Girly was developed and is produced in association with Indoor Fun Media.
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