Girl Tribe Recommends: TV
By Chloe Cornell
Tiffany Haddish’s Netflix special where she talks about her personal history with men and foster care, her experiences with religion, and the lessons of Judaism.
Netflix December 3rd.
Timothée Chalamet plays the role of Prince Hal, or King Henry V, in this Netflix movie that will satisfy Game of Thrones fans for similarities in theme and fight scenes. Robert Pattinson plays the son of French King Charles VI, and Lily Rose Depp plays French Princess Catherine of Valois and Chalamet’s wife. Although Depp only appears in the last fifteen minutes of the movie, it is clear that she has a huge influence on her husband. While it is a stretch to call this a feminist film, as major fans of Chalamet, we still suggest you watch it!
Calling all Dolly Parton fans – you don’t want to miss this eight episode anthology based on Dolly Parton’s songs. Parton appears in the introductions and also acts in the stories alongside Kathleen Turner, Ginnifer Goodwin, Delta Burke, Melissa Leo and Julianne Hough. Netflix.
Brené Brown The Call to Courage
If you are gearing up for your new year’s resolutions and you want to try and live life more fully, this is a great documentary to inspire you. You can also check out Brené Brown’s Ted Talks, specifically The Power of Vulnerability which is one of the most watched Ted Talks ever and explains why vulnerability is the most important quality to live a fulfilling life. Netflix.
The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show
Kacey Musgraves hosts this special described by Rolling Stone magazine as “a vivid, candy-coated experience that whirls together retro variety-show sheen, cornball comedy, sincere nostalgia, and a host of elegant performances from the gifted artist who dreamed it all up.” Some of the many guest appearances include Dan Levy, Lana Del Rey, Camila Cabello, Troye Sivan, Kendall Jenner, the Rockettes and James Corden. Amazon Prime.