In the Season One finale of Get It Right, critic Ashlee Blackwell speaks with Jamie Broadnax about emerging creators who are bringing entirely new perspectives to horror, and some of the theories and lost classics that inspired them.
Amy Aniobi, a writer and producer for HBO’s new show Insecure, speaks with Black Girl Nerds founder Jamie Broadnax about creating complex Black characters, the joys of an inclusive writer’s room, and what the industry can do to get it right.
Television writer Ester Lou Weithers speaks with Black Girl Nerds founder Jamie Broadnax, host of Rewire's Get It Right podcast, about breaking into network TV as a woman of color and the socially conscious elements of her new show Pitch, airing on FOX.
Iconic comic book writer G. Willow Wilson joins Jamie Broadnax to discuss writing Marvel’s first Muslim superheroine, what it means to fans to identify with characters, and what the comics industry should be doing more of (and less of) to get it right.
From procedural dramas like Law and Order to supernatural fantasies like True Blood, sociologist Gretchen Sisson and host Jamie Broadnax tease out some surprising trends and tropes with regard to abortion care onscreen.
From iconic classics like Salt-N-Pepa's "Push It" to emerging trap artists subversively promoting sexual autonomy for women, host Jamie Broadnax and Feministing's Sesali Bowen dive deep on the songs and artists in hip hop who get it right.
In the premier episode of our new podcast series, host Jamie Broadnax, founder of the popular site and podcast Black Girl Nerds, joins forces with VanityFair.com senior writer Joanna Robinson to discuss Game of Thrones and how one of the most popular and ambitious shows in history handles race, gender, sex, and sexual assault.