Amazon Prime is leaning hard into late-'60s period pieces this fall, with Woody Allen's Crisis In Six Scenes arriving this week and Good Girls Revolt coming to the streaming service in October.

The latter series, which released its first trailer on Saturday, tells the story of a group of young female employees at a magazine called News of the Week as they stand up to their sexist bosses in 1969. The tone seems to be "Mad Men, except the men get called out on their bad behavior." It's inspired by a book by Lynn Povich about a class-action suit 46 female employees of Newsweek brought against the magazine.

The series stars Anna Camp, who was actually on Mad Men, as well as Backstrom's Genevieve Angelson, Weeds' Hunter Parrish, According to Jim's Jim Belushi and Mr. Robot's Grace Gummer as writer Nora Ephron.

Good Girls Revolt premieres on Amazon Prime on Friday, Oct. 28.