Rumors abound that Good Girls Revolt will not be renewed for a second season which I see as a huge mistake and an even huger disappointment. Not only did I enjoy the heck out of it, I also believe it's a considerable contribution to women's herstory. The series takes place during the years that women's fight for equality was getting a renewed kick start thanks to progressive, powerful leaders like Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Germaine Greer and others. The specific setting is the editorial offices of a weekly magazine, much like Newsweek or Time, where sexism is rife and women cannot be writers or editors, allowed to serve only as research assistants, copy readers and runners. The episodes deal not only with the women's fight to gain traction professionally, but also with their growing understanding that the yoke of sexism is tainting their personal lives as well. The scripts are interesting, entertaining and way beyond the superficial. The craftspeople (costumes, makeup, hair, set design, etc.) perfectly set the milieu. And the actors are splendid, subtly but clearly depicting their disappointments and their courageous rebellion (the women) and their resistance to change (the men). My favorite story line is Finn and Patty. There's a scene in the last episode with Finn and Patty standing in front of a candy machine that is absolutely priceless. See it and see if you agree that this is a series that must be renewed.