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This is the right way to do Emmy campaigning.
In a historic move, CBS’ “Mom” is foregoing an Emmy campaign this year and is instead donating it’s $250,000 to Planned Parenthood. Let’s hope other shows follow suit as the organization needs support now more than ever. (Hollywood Reporter)

Joss Whedon continues his tour of wokeness.
Speaking of Planned Parenthood, the director teamed up with the organization to produce a short film about what happens when PP is shut down. You would think that with all the high-profile pro-Planned Parenthood campaigning taking place, the current administration would take a hint and realize what a huge mistake defunding it would be. (EW)

Kirsten Dunst on Hollywood: 'It's always harder for women.'
In conversation with director Sophia Coppola to promote their new film “The Beguiled,” the actress got candid about how the industry changes as women age and her difficulty finding funding for “The Bell Jar,” a female-driven film based on Sylvia Plath’s book she hopes to direct. (Variety)

Print lives, at least on TV.
Famed editrixes Anna Wintour of “Vogue” and Tina Brown, formerly of “Vanity Fair” and “New Yorker,” are getting the Bravo treatment. “All That Glitters” will tell the story of Wintour and Brown’s rise at Condé Nast and their frenemyship. (Vulture)

Everyone’s favorite neurotic interior designer and obsessive lawyer are back.
NBC is bringing “Will & Grace” back for 12 episodes this fall and has pulled out all the musical stops with their latest trailer. (Backstage)

The money is in the (Netflix) banana stand.
“Arrested Development” is coming back—again! The whole cast is set to return for the recently-greenlit fifth season. A huge mistake this is not. (Deadline)

BAFTA TV awards crown “Fleabag” and “Happy Valley.”
Presented May 14 at London’s Royal Festival, the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards recognized “Fleabag,” “American Crime Story,” and more 2016 TV highlights. Although Netflix’s “The Crown” notched an impressive five BAFTA nominations, it failed to secure any wins. (Backstage)

Couture house Balmain will design costumes for the Paris Opera Ballet.
As if you needed another excuse to fantasize about wearing a tutu (what, just me?), Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing, drew inspiration from Beyoncé when designing four costumes for “Resistance,” one piece of a four-part ballet by up-and-coming choreographers. (WWD)

Amber Tamblyn let her own party to pump breast milk.
The actor/director/new mom shared that despite being the guest of honor at the premiere party for her new film, “Paint It Black,” she had to temporarily excuse herself to pump breast milk. Stars, they’re just like us. (The Cut)

Calling it now: The show of the summer is about female wrestlers in 80s L.A.
“GLOW” (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) stars Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin as the titular ladies and Marc Maron as the washed up director trying to bring story-driven female wrestling to the masses. We are so in. (Netflix)