This is an issue fairy tales don’t address. Once Cinderella and Prince Charming defeat all obstacles and are at last together, married, and alone, how on earth do they relate to each other?
If Season 3 of Netflix’s dark comedy “Orange Is The New Black” has taught us anything, it’s that the only thing worse than a state-managed prison is a privately managed one.
How does one write a story about women and wealth on TV and not mention “Roseanne”? Or HBO’s recent reboot of “Mildred Pierce,” for that matter?