In TV, women have been 'stealing the show' for the past 30 years

From “Roseanne” to “Gilmore Girls” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” women showrunners like Roseanne Barr, Amy Sherman-Palladino and Shonda Rhimes have changed the TV industry over the past three decades. A new book looks at how they’ve fought for creative control, struggled with being “liked,” and introduced more nuanced characters and stories.

Author Joy Press. Credit: Kieran Press-Reynolds.