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Genevieve Angelson Fan Gallery > Events > 2016 > 08-07: 2016 Summer TCA Tour – Day 12

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“I’m from New York City from probably the most liberal background possible and it doesn’t take working at Fox news to have this. You don’t have to be in the this obviously more conservative, male-driven place,” said series star Genevieve Angelson. “It’s all over the place.”

Castmember Erin Darke went on to add that the biggest progression since the 1960s and ’70s when the show takes place is that now there’s a language for it. “Now women can stand up and say, ‘I was sexually harassed by my boss,’ and people know what that is and innately know the horror,” said the actress. “[Back then,] you knew that you felt violated or you knew that you felt belittled, and you didn’t even know how to communicate that to another women, much less men.”


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Premiering on October 28, the 1969 newsroom-set Good Girls Revolt was inspired by the sexual discrimination cases chronicled in Lynn Povich’s book The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women Of Newsweek Sued Their Bosses and Changed the Workplace. Povich was one of the female staffers at Newsweek who, in 1970, accused it of discriminating in hiring and promotion.

In figuring out her role, Angelson said, “you can’t be a feminist before feminism,” which relieved her of the “burden” of her character being “a poster girl for this issue.”


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Though she’s starring in a streaming show, Angelson calls herself a “purist” who prefers watching movies on a big screen and TV shows on “any old device.” With a laugh, she admits, “I am waiting optimistically for Amazon to send me a Fire Stick.”


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Amazon is beefing up its slate of original programming for 2016.

Hours after renewing prestige historical series The Man in the High Castle, the company has also renewed coming-of-age comedy Red Oaks, drama Hand of God and children’s show Tumble Leaf, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Additionally, the company handed out series orders to eight new projects, including Highston, One Mississippi, Z: The Beginning of Everything, Good Girls Revolt and Patriot, as well as children’s series Danger & Eggs, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and Niko and the Sword of Light.