Good Girls Revolt
As the cultural revolution of the late 1960s sweeps the free world, newsrooms refuse to change with the times. But a group of young female researchers – Jane Hollander (Anna Camp), Patti Robinson (Genevieve Angelson), and Cindy Reston (Erin Darke) – at one magazine make a demand to be treated fairly. Their revolutionary request, led by lawyer Eleanor Holmes Norton (Joy Bryant), will spark convulsive changes and upend marriages, careers, sex lives, love lives, and friendships
Pilot Ep. 1
Female staffers vie to have their work recognized for the era-defining stories on the Vietnam War, the Rolling Stones concert at Altamont, and the Manson Family murders.
The Folo Ep. 2
Her sister’s engagement forces Patti to take a hard look at her own choices. Jane helps Sam salvage a big interview, and Cindy struggles to reconcile marriage and work.
The Futures Ep. 3
A visit from the publisher exposes tensions about the magazine’s future, while Patti and Cindy move to challenge the discrimination against women in the newsroom.
Out of Pocket Ep. 4
When Wick changes a cover story without Finn’s approval, the two men clash. Patti and Cindy enlist their coworkers in their complaint against management.
The Year-Ender Ep. 5
Counting down to the New Year, Patti and Doug are at odds over a story. Eleanor Holmes Norton inspires Cindy, Jane looks to get romantic, and a wild party is attended.
Strikethrough Ep. 6
As Patti and Doug cover a postal workers’ strike, Eleanor encourages the women to bolster their case with inside information and more supporters.
Puff Piece Ep. 7
A birthday party reveals Patti has big dreams for the future and exposes the rift between Cindy and her husband. Doug pays the price for his controversial story.
Exposé Ep. 8
Patti presents a challenge to Doug after her first attempt at reporting, and Jane vows to get ahead in her career without joining the lawsuit.
Dateline Ep. 9
Angry at Gregory’s behavior, Jane considers joining the lawsuit. Patti questions her feelings for Finn as Cindy and Jane rally to help colleagues in need.