Amy Sherman-Palladino
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Sherman-Palladino’s sarcastic, fast-talking brunettes have become her signature style, whether in present-day Stars Hollow or in 1950s New York. The latter, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” was not only one of Amazon’s best-received pilots, it became the first to earn a two-season pickup for the OTT provider. And while “Maisel” differs from Sherman-Palladino’s “Gilmore Girls” and “Bunheads” in period setting, her themes of female empowerment, feminism and self-worth are ever present. Fittingly, the show’s eight 2018 Emmy  wins push Sherman-Palladino into record territory as the first woman in the ceremony’s 70-year history to nab comedy writing and directing. It’s no wonder Amazon Studios has locked her Dorothy Parker Drank Here into a multi-year deal.



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Amy Sherman-Palladino Makes History With Emmy Wins for Comedy Writing and Directing

Amy Sherman-Palladino Makes History With Emmy Wins for Comedy Writing and Directing

Amy Sherman-Palladino made Emmy history Monday with her wins for comedy writing and directing, making her the first woman in the awards' 70-year history to do so.Sherman-Palladino was nominated and ultimately won for the pilot episode of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," her Amazon period comedy about a New York City housewife-turned-stand-up-comedienne. Although the show is set in the 1950s, its feminist themes are still proving relevant today."We got really lucky because I firmly feel if you set out to drive...


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