Women’s History Month: Sophia Bush

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It is sadly the last post of women’s history month. For this post I will be talking about Sophia Bush!

I absolutely love Sophia Bush. I first saw her in One Tree Hill as Brooke Davis. You can never forget about Brooke Davis. Sophia Bush spent years on our television screens making us laugh, angry, and cry with everything that Brook Davis had to go through.

You can now see Sophia Bush on Chicago P.D. It is a different role than Brooke Davis but I think she plays the part really well. It is nice to see her in a different role and excel at it. One thing I like about Sophia Bush is that if she believes in something she isn’t afraid to show it. I love her as an actress and I hope to see her in more things. 

There are some amazing women doing amazing things in this industry. They are making a difference and paving the way for future generations. I just wanted to take time to thank them and celebrate their accomplishments.

And The Show Must Go On

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Women’s History Month: Julie Plec

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Continuing with the current theme of Women’s History Month, we will be talking about Julie Plec.

Julie Plec is a producer and writer mostly know for The Vampire Diaries. I remember watching this show in high school and going back to school the next day, and talking to my friends about it. She is also know for the spin off series The Originals. You can say she is doing very well in the television industry. Even though Vampire Diaries ended its long run, The Originals is still going strong. These aren’t the only shows she has wrote for though. She also wrote for The Tomorrow People, Kyle XY and Containment. Not only can she write and produce but she has directed too. She is a woman that is another boss in this industry and a triple threat. I can’t wait to see what else she brings to television in the future. 

  There are some amazing women doing amazing things in this industry. They are making a difference and paving the way for future generations. I just wanted to take time to thank them and celebrate their accomplishments.

Please comment below if there are any other women in the television that should be recognized for their role. And The Show Must Go On.

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Women’s History Month: Ashley Tisdale

 

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Continuing with women’s history month, let us talk about Ashley Tisdale.

Many may know her from High School Musical or even Suite Life of Zack and Cody. She also was a voice for Phineas and Ferb and played on a show call Hellcats, which only lasted a couple seasons. There are other things she have played on in the past couple of years but that is not all she has done. Ashley Tisdale is one of my favorite girl bosses at the moment. She is a producer of the show Young and Hungry which is doing very well. She has a Youtube channel that has been successful too. She also has her own makeup collection called Illuminate. 

One thing I like about Ashley Tisdale is that she is making a name for herself outside the acting world. I like how she is doing a lot of different things and is doing well with all of them. It just shows how talented she is and how much of a girl boss she is. She is truly an inspiration and girl boss goals.

There are some amazing women doing amazing things in this industry. They are making a difference and paving the way for future generations. I just wanted to take time to thank them and celebrate their accomplishments.

Please comment below if there are any women in the television industry who should be recognized for what they are doing. And The Show Must Go On

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Women’s History Month: Shay Mitchell

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Let Us Celebrate Women’s History Month!

Today I will be talking about Shay Mitchell. Shay Mitchell is another one of my favorite actresses. I absolutely love her and live through her Instagram. First if all, she is a beautiful women and she loves pizza. Just from that we should be best friends (hint hint).You may know her from the show Pretty Little Liars. She has played in some other things here and there and she now has a YouTube Channel. Her channel is all about her life and what she loves to do. You should check it out.

Besides being an actress, she does charity work in Kenya helping others. She travels all over the world enjoying life and living it to the fullest. I hope to see her in more things because I do think she is a great actress. She is great representation in television and paving the way for other girls who want to be in this industry.

There are some amazing women doing amazing things in this industry. They are making a difference and paving the way for future generations. I just wanted to take time to thank them and celebrate their accomplishments.

Please comment below about some other actresses that should be celebrated for Women’s history month. And The Show Must Go On.

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Women’s History Month: Viola Davis

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Its Women’s History Month!

For this month I will be honoring different women in the television industry.Today we celebrate Viola Davis! I honestly love this woman so much. She is a great actress and you can see that in the way she kills it in everything that she does. She recently won an Oscar for best supporting actress in the movie Fences which she definitely deserved. That is not all Viola Davis has done. She has played in numerous movies like The Help, Suicide Squad, Lila & Eve, and so much more.  The TV show that she is currently on is How To Get Away With Murder. I honestly don’t think they could have chosen a better person. She has so much talent and I am glad that she can share that with us. 

There are some amazing women doing amazing things in this industry. They are making a difference and paving the way for future generations. I just wanted to take time to thank them and celebrate their accomplishments.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Please comment below on some of your favorite women in the television industry. As always, And The Show Must Go On.