December 4, 2014 5:54 AM EST

MOVIES

Women’s Work

Gloria Steinem is one of the most famous faces of the women’s-liberation movement, which laid the groundwork for modern feminism. But lesser-known figures like Kate Millett and Ellen Willis are also featured in She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, a documentary about the movement’s origins and its many debates, divisions and personalities–from the academy to the streets. The film opens in NYC on Dec. 5, with a nationwide rollout to follow.

TELEVISION

The Sons Also Set

The long ride for the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club wraps up after seven seasons when the series finale airs Dec. 9 on FX. Feel free to speculate about the fates of Jax and his crew–because if there’s one thing Sons of Anarchy has taught us, it’s that no one is safe.

MUSIC

Hip-Hop Homecoming

Rapper and producer J. Cole returns Dec. 9 with 2014 Forest Hills Drive, named for his childhood home address in Fayetteville, N.C. He has even invited fans to listening sessions there.

TELEVISION

Library Fine

On Dec. 7, TNT premieres The Librarians, spun off from the TV-movie franchise starring Noah Wyle as a daring archivist protecting antiquities. Now Wyle is joined by Rebecca Romijn, who plays a counterterrorism agent.

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This appears in the December 15, 2014 issue of TIME.

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