The third season of 'Harlots''s historical sex industry should be high on your list – it could be the most feminist show on TV.
'Harlots' is back for a third season on Hulu, and we’re getting ready Alfie Allen to our favorite 18th-century TV sex workers.
'Harlots' season two delved deeper into the feuds, betrayals, and carnal connections. Here are the reasons 'Harlots' is the most feminist show on TV.
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