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Lifetime stressed that as part of its “Broad Focus initiative,” more than 50 percent of directors for these series are female and are predominately produced and written by women.
Women’s tennis does matter and Wimbledon now gives out equal prize-money to men and women!But injuries and early retirements have robbed women’s tennis of some potentially great match-ups.Evert, who played Martina in 14 Grand Slam finals and in more than 80 matches, says, “There is no rivalry at the moment.Of the 21 times they have played each other, the 30-year-old Russian has lost a mind-boggling 19 times.The lop-sided record, perhaps, reveals a ‘mental block’ on the part of Sharapova, which she has written about in a recently released book — Sharapova, mind you, is no ordinary player. 1 and has won five grand slam singles titles; the French Open twice and the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open, once each.Lifetime is giving a vote of confidence to “Un Real,” giving the show a fourth season renewal, even as the show’s third season premiere is still several months away.
The network also renewed drama “Mary Kills People” for a second season, and greenlighted two new made-for-TV movies: “Faith Under Fire,” starring Toni Braxton, and “The Simone Biles Story.” “Un Real” Season 3, which was originally scheduled to air this summer, has been pushed to early 2018, as previously announced.
“In television, Lifetime is the top tier destination for hiring female writers, directors and producers and we continue to celebrate the everyday, real-life heroes in our programming.” As for “Faith Under Fire,” Braxton stars as single mother Antoinette Tuff, who famously saved hundreds of lives in 2013 when she convinced a deranged gunman who stormed an elementary school to surrender.
The film is based on the book “Prepared for a Purpose: An Inspiring True Story of Faith, Courage and Compassion in Crisis” by Tuff and Alex Tresniowski, Vondie Curtis Hall will direct, while Laura Harrington and Stephen Kay wrote the script.
In the early 1990s, Dutch tennis star, Richard Krajicek put his foot in his mouth when he said that 80 percent of women’s tennis players were ‘fat, lazy pigs’.
When challenged, he said, “I am sorry that was exaggerated.
The world of tennis has seen some intense rivalries over the last hundred odd years, but none as bitter as the one between Sharapova and Serena.