Good Girls Revolt is closer to coming back. Deadline reports the team behind the cancelled Amazon series is pitching a second season to potential networks.
Set in the 1960s, the historical drama follows a group of young female researchers at a major news outlet who demand fair treatment in the workplace. The cast includes Genevieve Angelson, Anna Camp, Erin Darke, Hunter Parrish, and Jim Belushi.
Last year, Prime Video cancelled Good Girls Revolt after only one season despite good ratings and critical praise. Now, TriStar TV’s Suzanne Patmore Gibbs says they working on trying to make season two happen:
We have heard a great season two pitch and are taking it out this week and next week to several interested buyers, all of whom were incoming calls. Again, this is sort of back by popular demand. The showrunners have been in touch with the actresses, as well as our whole cast, and everybody’s very eager for a reunion.
Our second season pitch is shifting now. It’s a lot different than the pitch that we walked into Roy with, because we’re unchained, which is liberating. And also, frankly, there’s so much to say about what’s going on right now through the lens of yesterday that happened then and happened now, that it just feels like there’s so many relatable situations that we can cover through these characters we’ve already come to love.”
What do you think? Did you see season one of Good Girls Revolt? Would you watch a second season?