The New York Times' David Itzkoff writes an interesting if somewhat meandering profile of several women starring in brand-new shows this fall, including Zooey Deschanel, Whitney Cummings, Kat Dennings, Krysten Ritter, and Amber Heard. Each performer has a differing opinion about why there seems to be more TV-untested actresses heading up prominent new shows this year, though superior writing, a noticeable decrease in fulfilling feature film roles and the ever-shifting culture zeitgeist are offered as explanations. The Playboy Club's Laura Benanti really takes A to C when trying to explain it how the premise of her show (being a Playboy Bunny) is, in actuality, the reason we'll have [...]
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