A+E debuts a series of short-form bios celebrating some of the most prominent female voices of today.
Today, March 1, A+E Networks celebrates the beginning of Women’s History Month with the launch of on-air short-form series Biography presents: History, Herstory.
The series showcases the impact women have had on society that may often be overlooked. Presented by some of the most influential voices such as Kristin Davis, Laverne Cox, Juliana Marguiles, Stacy London and Bernice King, the series will spotlight changemakers including Maya Angelou, queen Boudiccea, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Julia Child.
History, Herstory will air throughout March on HISTORY, Lifetime and A&E.
“These really are extraordinary times, when the incredible, ceiling-shattering stories of women who just wouldn’t take no for an answer are the stories that people want to hear,” said Lea Goldman, Editor-in-Chief of Lifetime.
It’s time to make household names of women who’ve been relegated to the footnotes. Lifetime and HISTORY are proud to propel that initiative.