Paramount+ Celebrates Women’s History Month With Curated Collection

Paramount+ is celebrating Women’s History Month with the return of “Women Who Move Mountains,” a curated collection of content highlighting women creators and talent.

The collection has double the volume of content compared to last year, according to Paramount+, from movies to shows such as “The Good Fight,” “Yellowjackets” (Paramount+ with Showtime), Clueless, “Inside Amy Schumer,” “I Love Lucy” and more. The collection includes performances from talent including Helen Mirren, Sonequa Martin-Green, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Anette Bening, Miranda Cosgrove, Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, Queen Latifah and more. 

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The curated collection features more than 15 carousels spanning genres, including:  

  • Leading Ladies: Stories with strong female leads including Babylon, “The Good Fight,” Clueless, Everything Everywhere All at Once (Paramount+ With Showtime), and Lady Bird (Paramount+ With Showtime). 
  • Funny Girls: Comedies including The Lost City, Mean Girls,”Ghosts,” “iCarly” (2007), “Inside Amy Schumer” and “I Love Lucy.”
  • Ladies Behind the Lens: Titles with female directors including On the Come Up, Candyman (2021), “Saint Maud” and “Yellowjackets” (Paramount+ With Showtime). 
  • Drama Queens: Dramas with characters we love including “1923,” “Criminal Minds: Evolution,” “NCIS: Hawai’i,” “Wolf Pack,” “Evil” and “The Young and the Restless.”
  • Her Happily Ever After: Love stories including At Midnight, Last Holiday, Becoming Jane and Moonstruck (Paramount+ With Showtime).
  • Horror Heroines: Content including Scream (2022), Smile, A Quiet Place and Midsommar (Paramount+ With Showtime).
  • Girl Power: Content featuring family-friendly heroines including Monster High: The Movie, Fantasy Football and “The Legend of Korra.”  

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