Ginsburg, the second woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, died Friday of complications of metastatic pancreas cancer. Over her 27 years on the court, the diminutive Ginsburg became a feminist and pop-culture icon -- famously played by Kate McKinnon on SNL. Ginsburg invited Stephen Colbert to work out with her in 2018, the same year she was the subject of the CNN Films documentary RBG. Last year, Ginsburg made headlines when she ran into McKinnon at an off-Broadway performance of Fiddler on the Roof. Over the past decade, Ginsburg became known as "Notorious R.B.G.," a play on the name Notorious B.I.G., in response to her pointed and powerful dissenting Supreme Court opinions. "Soon the name, and Justice Ginsburg’s image — her expression serene yet severe, a frilly lace collar adorning her black judicial robe, her eyes framed by oversized glasses and a gold crown perched at a rakish angle on her head — became an internet sensation," says longtime U.S. Supreme Court beat writer Linda Greenhouse, in Ginsburg's New York Times obituary. In recent years, several scripted TV projects featuring Ginsburg have been in the works, including an Alyssa Milano-produced limited series revolving around her and Sandra Day O'Connor, the first female Supreme Court justice. Last year, a Bad Girls TV series was announced, focusing on influential women throughout history, including Ginsburg and Rosa Parks, based on Ann Shen’s book Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World. ALSO: Read tweeted tributes from Mindy Kaling, Kerry Washington, Seth MacFarlane, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sarah Silverman and more TV stars.