So I just realized I have access to Amazon Prime here in France and I was so excited to find this show! I love the characters, the attention to detail and like others have mentioned, as a women, appreciating how much opportunity we do have now thanks to women who were truly brave. That being said, I think the fact that this show was canceled by a man, not involving women in the process, demonstrates exactly how much further we have yet to go! I am tempted to say, let's us women, who frankly probably make up well over half of Amazon's clients, take a stand and force them to bring it back. Not sure I can be that strong to give up my Amazon Prime addiction (especially working full time with 2 kids under the age of 3 at home) but the women depicted in this show did more than that, risking their careers and challenging social norms. There is a great article in the Atlantic about the ramifications of the male dominated entertainment industry that goes far beyond entertainment. It just frankly stinks that women have to pretty much do everything now, and contribute so much not only to the economy, to art, to culture, and to their families and we cannot even get a second season of a great show about our triumphs as a group. Shame on you, Amazon. I thought we were cool.