Tyler is trying to hard to be a feminist rather than just going with it. With her campaign to reclaim the c-word and segments keyed directly to the feminist struggle as based on Dietland, the show just feels unbalanced and is more a tool of misandry than anything else. She should be challenging her guests more rather than giving them softball questions.
While it's supposed to the companion show to Dietland, it tends to focus too much on current events and the oppression of women rather than the topic raised on the show, and it could do a lot more towards a number of inequalities women face. Instead, it seems focused more on the evils women face rather than looking at the world of women today.
Interestingly, the guests are generally pretty good, and sometimes land some great points is spite of the host. It could be so much better if either focused more on the show or presented a more balanced picture of how women treated, but that feels unlikely to happen.
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