New Girl

  • TV Show
  • Rated TV-14
  • By Elizabeth Meriwether, Berkley Johnson, J. J. Philbin, Dave Finkel 
  • Reviewed by Sarah Erani

The following are out of 5

Racial Representation: 5

LGBTQ+ Representation: 0

Disability Representation: 0

Body Size Representation: 1

Gender Representation: 5

Socioeconomic Representation: 0

Mental Health Representation: 0

Religious Representation: 2

Own Voice: Kind of, Elizabeth Meriwether was inspired by inspired by her experience of “bouncing from Craigslist sublet to Craigslist sublet, for four years in L.A.”

New Girl has a black main character and another black character that could be considered a main character, as well as an Indian woman and a Jew, but they are all friends of the main character, a white woman. The Jewish character’s Judaism is usually just used as a punchline. He used to be fat, which is shown in flashbacks, but also as a punchline.

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