The Trailer for 'Mrs. America' Features a Prominent ServiceOntario Kiosk Despite Being Set in 1960s New York

The Trailer for 'Mrs. America' Features a Prominent ServiceOntario Kiosk Despite Being Set in 1960s New York
FX and Hulu recently shared the first trailer for Mrs. America, their star-studded miniseries that explores the life of anti-feminist activist Phyllis Schlafly. It looks like a pretty interesting show, and its setting of 1960s New York comes through crystal clear in the clip. Well, except for the prominent ServiceOntario kiosk.

The flub was first noticed by Twitter user @matttomic, noting that the trailer featured what looks an awful lot like the ServiceOntario location on Victoria Street in Toronto:
 
Then again, people still needed driver's licences in the 1960s, and who's to say they didn't have ServiceOntario in New York City? Maybe it's actually an accurate portrayal of the lay of the land.

Either way, there's no denying that the ServiceOntario sign is, in a way, its own character in the trailer for Mrs. America.

Mrs. America is set to arrive on April 15.