Pan Am "Period drama about the pilots and flight attendants who once made Pan Am the most glamorous way to fly." Starring: Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie, Michael Mosley Trailer just shows the lighter fluffy pieces (& of course, they come off pretty sexist; it is a show based in the 60s, before advances in equality), but fortunately there is more to it, w/period-history during the Cold War & 1 of the stewardesses is also working as a courier/spy for the U.S. Government, so there's that intrigue. On Episode 4; it's okay & it is entertainment content which is something different, outside of the usual dramas of medical & crime & the newer black comedy's, which I do enjoy to an extent; I don't like too much of any 1 thing. To be clear, that's not a comedy w/black (as in race) actors. I've mentioned shows using that term to people in physical life & that's what they thought I'd meant; it's a "left of the dial" comedy format, taking serious, or dark, subject matter & making light w/it in a humorous way. I found Good Girls Revolt - also, same time period in history, to be more captivating.