Director Kate Woods Reveals What Surprised Her While Directing Without A Trace - Exclusive

Dany Roth

January 28, 2021

The rules for nudity on television in the United States of America are not entirely intuitive, especially if you haven't spent your whole life living and consuming media there. Even on premium TV, there's an imbalance between male and female nudity. For example, Game of Thrones may have been famous in part for its willingness to show off some skin, but about 97% of that skin was women's. Looper spoke with director Kate Woods about her long history directing television for both American and international audiences, and the difference can be pretty stark.

The rules for nudity on television in the United States of America are not entirely intuitive, especially if you haven't spent your whole life living and consuming media there. Even on premium TV, there's an imbalance between male and female nudity. For example, Game of Thrones may have been famous in part for its willingness to show off some skin, but about 97% of that skin was women's. Looper spoke with director Kate Woods about her long history directing television for both American and international audiences, and the difference can be pretty stark.