This Sunday, the 2022 Academy Awards air on ABC. But before you can gaze at the Oscars red carpet and settle in front of the TV with hosts Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes, you probably need to get up to speed on the nominated films.
We’ve got you covered. We talked with a writer at Vulture to get the lowdown on all the buzz, plus what to watch, what we can't stop talking about, what has us scratching our heads and what you might want to put at the back of the streaming queue. We even added in our own picks, so take advantage before the big night.
Then, we continue our Women’s History Month celebration. This week, we’re shining the spotlight on women directing the action: female directors like Domme Shi, Nia DaCosta, Chloé Zhao and Janet Mock, who are making their marks on the big and small screens.
Celebrate more wins from women by heading to theSkimm’s website for a timeline of amazing women who are breaking the rules and busting up barriers. And to help us bring you the stories you want to hear throughout the year, fill out this quick listener survey.
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