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‘Good Girls Revolt’ TV Series Eyes Season 2 Comeback As Its Relevance Rises

Almost a year after it was canceled by Amazon after one season, feminist period drama Good Girls Revolt might be coming back. I hear Sony Pictures TV Studios, whose TriStar Television division produced the series, is preparing a pitch for a new season that would go out shortly.

While Sony TV is known for going the extra mile on saving its shows, this time Good Girls Revolt is being resurrected by popular demand. The series, which tackles gender equality sexual discrimination in the workplace, emerged as an unlikely poster child in the current crackdown on sexual harassment in Hollywood, which started with the demise of Fox News’ Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly and switched into high gear with the Harvey Weinstein scandal.


Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston’s New Film Gets A Name Change: Now Titled ‘The Upside’

Kevin Hart and “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston are co-starring in a buddy-comedy film called “The Upside.” The project, which is an English language remake of the French original “The Intouchables,” began filming in January of this year and is expected to premiere sometime in 2018.
Previously titled “Untouchable,” it will follow the story of an unlikely friendship between a wealthy quadriplegic named Phillip (Bryan Cranston) and his caretaker named Dell (Kevin Hart) who is freshly released from prison.


‘Good Girls Revolt’ executive producer ‘flabbergasted’ over Amazon cancellation

Amazon’s abrupt cancellation of the critically acclaimed series “Good Girls Revolt” has struck a nerve with feminists and fans in the wake of recent real-world events.

On the surface, the series tells the story of women who demand the same opportunities as their male colleagues at the fictitious magazine News of the Week — a story inspired by real events that transpired at Newsweek in 1970. On a deeper level, it tells a dozen smaller stories of women confronting daily injustices in their own way.

Season one of Good Girls Revolt was available to stream exclusively through Amazon Video. The show was well received among critics, who applauded Amazon for highlighting these issues at a time when many women feel marginalized by political dialogue. It also performed well with viewers, according to a third-party report from Symphony Data obtained by GeekWire.


Listen to “Patti’s Playlist” on Amazon Music!

Amazon has a new set of playlists up for Good Girls Revolt – listen to Patti’s Playlist and check out all the Good Girls Revolt playlists.

What’s New on Amazon: October 2016

Let’s transport ourselves back to New York City in 1969, shall we? Good Girls Revolt tells the story about what happens when a group of women demand equal treatment at the newspaper where they work, spawning the perfect crossover between Mad Men and The Newsroom. Never mess with driven, determined female researchers, y’all.


Good Girls Revolt – New Trailer!

Genevieve attends the alice & olivia show at Fashion Week – Photos

New gallery update to the Genevieve Angelson Fan Gallery from today’s alice & olivia show.

Genevieve Angelson Fan Gallery > Events > 2016 > 09-13: alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet SpringSummer 2017 Presentation

Genevieve attends Tome Fashion Show – Photos

New event photos up in the Genevieve Angelson Fan Gallery from the Tom Fashion Show.

Genevieve Angelson Fan Gallery > Events > 2016 > Tome – Front Row – September 2016 – New York Fashion Week

Genevieve attends the TCA for “Good Girls Revolt” – photos

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

‘Good Girls Revolt’ Cast, Producers on Sexual Harassment: “It’s All Over the Place”

“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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