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Women in Entertainment 2016

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women Reveal the Best and Worst Things About Working in Showbiz

Thirty powerhouses from THR’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 list get candid about the pros (“the ideas, the drive, the dream”) and the cons (“Egos and bad manners”) of working in Hollywood.

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women Reveal How They Take the Lead

Powerhouses from Ellen DeGeneres ("I get very close to people") to Netflix's Cindy Holland ("Speak the f--- up"), along with 32 more from THR's Women in Entertainment Power 100 list, share the secrets to making your voice heard when it matters.

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women Reveal Their Morning Routines

Thirty of the dynamos on THR's Women in Entertainment Power 100 list share the very first thing they do when the alarm rings.

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women: When My Work Matters Most (and Least)

When asked when they felt their work mattered the least as part of THR's Women in Entertainment Power 100 list, 'Girls' co-creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner answered, "The day after the election."

Women in Entertainment Class Photo: Meet the New Mentees and Graduates

The 36 teenagers of THR's Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program (done in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles) are Hollywood's young women to watch. Three girls in the program were awarded full scholarships at THR's annual breakfast held at Milk Studios on Dec. 7 in Los Angeles.

Gloria Allred on Protecting Roe v. Wade From a Trump Administration

"We have to be ever vigilant. I do not want anyone else to suffer the way I did from an illegal abortion."

How ‘2 Broke Girls’ Star Beth Behrs Is Using Equine Therapy to Help Sexual Assault Victims

"Horses only respond to you when you’re being authentic. You begin to realize that your true self is enough," says the actress, who (along with horse whisperer/equine guided educator Cassandra Ogier) will be launching weekend workshops for survivors through her SheHerdPower Foundation.

Hollywood’s Top Democrats on Glass Ceilings and the Party’s Next Hope for President

Yeah, Hillary lost. Time to move on, as Warner Bros. marketing chief Sue Kroll, Chelsea Handler and the town's other (female) political influencers talk about what's next: "I knew Obama was going to be our next president, and I feel that way about Kamala Harris."

Gloria Allred: I’ll Hunt Trump Into the White House

The attorney represents four out of about a dozen women who have charged the president-elect with sexual misconduct and vows to continue: "It's going to be a far-reaching deposition."

Inside a Top Industry Vet’s Luxury Closet

Manager and producer Rosalie Swedlin keeps her clothing and accessories organized while on the go with the help of L.A. Closet Design's Lisa Adams, who has reconfigured four wardrobe spaces (including one with a putting green).

The Psychology of an Organized Closet

Stress? Worry no more! Hollywood's ladies (and gents) now have gurus who create calm inside $100K wardrobe rooms with multiple stories, putting greens and coffee machines.

#OscarsSoWhite Creator: Would African-American Women Still Support O.J. Simpson Today? (Guest Column)

"Issues informing the trial once considered too taboo to discuss openly now are debated freely," writes April Reign, the activist behind the social movement, as she ponders what has changed — and what has not — since the infamous murder case.