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Subject: Re: Amazon's "Good Girls Revolt" seeing renewed interest in return
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Subject: Re: Amazons "Good Girls Revolt" seeing renewed interest in return
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:47:14 -0500
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On Thu, 9 Nov 2017 23:38:46 -0500, Obveeus<> wrote:

>On 11/9/2017 11:26 PM, David wrote:
>> On Thu, 9 Nov 2017 23:07:28 -0500, Obveeus<> wrote:
>>> When I watched the pilot episode, it certainly looked like a series
>>> worth watching.  That being said, the high IMDB score (8.2) is reflected
>>> by a miniscule 3,492 votes...indicating little interest in the show
>>> actually existed.  The fact that the revival folks have spun the issue
>>> into one claiming that sexism at Amazon is the reason for the show's
>>> cancellation is silly.  The show was canceled due to lack of viewership
>>> and trying to claim otherwise is rather opportunistic dirty pool.
>> Amazon premiered it on October 28th and canceled it on December 2nd.
>> That seems odd. I'm certain no other streaming show has ever been
>> canceled that quickly.
>Likely, that is simply a coincidence of timing as it was also around the 
>time that Amazon started trying to change direction (looking to find 
>wide audience shows rather than niche shows...or at least looking to axe 
>a lot of underwatched shows).  HAND OF GOD was axed before the second 
>season aired.  MAD DOGS got a fairly quick axe as well, though not as 
>quick as GOOD GIRLS REVOLT.  THE LAST TYCOON was canceled just as fast 
>as GOOD GIRLS REVOLT.  CRISIS IN SIX SCENES was canceled before it ever 

Okay, true. But re-reading the article I don't think they're blaming
Roy Moore's issues, just making general "exec didn't like/support the
show" comments.