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Hollywood icons Norman Lear and Rita Moreno work together on "One Day at a Time"—and love every minute.
Photos from "ReproWrites"
Browse a Facebook gallery from our panel discussion "ReproWrites: Abortion on TV Needs More Choices."
Older adults on their turf, and on their terms; young people and HIV risk; cyberattacks in space; and a woman's crisis after childbirth.
At the "Friday the 13th" panel in N.Y., screenwriter Mark Bomback breaks down Hollywood depictions of the nuclear risk.
"Women in Their Prime Time: Aging in (and Out of) Hollywood"
TV and film legends Norman Lear and Rita Moreno led a discussion on “Women in Their Prime Time: Aging in (and Out of) Hollywood,” at the WGAW. Moreno, an Academy Award winner and now co-star of Lear's One Day at a Time on Netflix, said the struggle to keep working is "very poignant."