‘WandaVision,’ ‘Bridgerton,’ and ‘Pose’ Earn ReFrame Stamp for Gender-Balanced Hiring

After the Emmys finally smashed a few records with their nominations last week, the emphasis on how diversity and inclusion makes for better content continues.

ReFrame — the gender equity coalition founded by Women in Film and the Sundance Institute, alongside IMDbPro — announced which shows received their Stamp, and several of them are Emmy nominees.The ReFrame Stamp goes to shows that meet ReFrame’s criteria for gender-balanced hiring.

Per the official website, “The ReFrame TV Stamp is awarded to scripted television and episodic productions that hire women or individuals of other underrepresented gender identities/expressions (including those who are non-binary or gender non-conforming) in four out of eight key roles including writer, director, producer, lead, co-leads, and department heads.”This year, 51 percent of the most popular scripted and streaming series received the mark, including the Disney+ series, “WandaVision,” Netflix’s “Bridgerton,” Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and the FX series “Pose.

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