New TV Show 2020 - Mrs. America: Best Miniseries Candidate of the Year


In the 1970s, conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly (played by Kate Blanchett) led an unexpected campaign against the equal rights amendment (ERA). Let's go through her work with a group of second wave feminists - Gloria Steinem (Rose Bourne), Betty Friedan (Tracy olman), Shirley Chisholm (Uzo adoba), Bella Abzug (Margo Martindale) and Jill Ruckelshaus (Elizabeth Banks) witness how the most important battle in the cultural war of the 1970s changed the contemporary political landscape of the United States forever.


I think taht Mrs. America is definitely this year's best miniseries candidate, the first hit of FX on Hulu series, the seed player of the award season. The political satire, which was supposed to be only aimed at Schlafly, is actually much more complicated than expected. The battle lines between conservatives and liberals have been opened around era, the feminist movement in DC is flourishing, and women in conservative states still adhere to the tradition. Liberal feminist pioneers will pay the price for their light enemies and optimism, while Schlafly, as the most determined conservative, has always claimed that Life has never been sexist and devoted to "defending the rights of housewives".

But the highlight of the show is to capture the "insignificant" and pervasive inequality she and other conservative women receive because of their status. It's just a flash of the devil king's eyes, and the audience knows what it means: whether you want to or not Admittedly, gender inequality is so real. Compact plot, excellent production, film texture, burning music, unique editing style, rich text load, one of the best plays of the year.