Refinery29, the Turner-backed digital media company geared toward millennial women, announced its slate of new content. The company’s 2017 programming will include long-form content, live events, and new and returning short-form shows. New long-form series include Fabled – a fairytale anthology series produced by Evan Jonigkeit and ‘Girls’ actress Zosia Mamet – and Girly, a docu-series about girls who are trailblazers in their communities. The company will also launch I’m an Anomaly, a docu-series exploring the lives of rule-breaking women. The company’s 2017 short-form content will include RSVP, a new content brand about everyday living, and The Mention, a series about entertainment subcultures. Refinery29’s live events will include the RIOT Writer’s Lab, a two-day comedy lab launched in partnership with TBS. The new programming will be distributed across Refinery29’s network of distribution partners; the company says it reaches 500 million users worldwide.