"Good Girls Revolt" won't be revolting for a second season.
Amazon has canceled the drama, which followed female journalists battling sexism in the late '60s. Creator Dana Calvo confirmed the news on Twitter, with a reference to Hillary Clinton's loss in the presidential election:
Amazon passing on S2 of Good Girls Revolt. 💔 But so grateful we got to tell the story. We won the popular vote. Thank u— dana (@DanaSCalvo) December 2, 2016
The series starred Genevieve Angelson, Anna Camp, Erin Drake, Grace Gummer, Joy Bryant, and Hunter Parrish, and was inspired by Lynn Povich's book of the same title. The book chronicled landmark sexual discrimination cases, and in the show, the women are researchers who don't get any of the credit or glory that the male reporters do.
"Good Girls Revolt" debuted to mostly positive reviews and was a hit with women viewers. Sony, which produces the show, reportedly intends to shop it around to other outlets.
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