The dramedy centered on a complicated mother-daughter relationship will return to Netflix with two more seasons and a new showrunner.
Netflix kept us on our toes but finally announced one of the most anticipated renewals. Ginny & Georgiathe dramedy centered on the complicated mother-daughter relationship of the two protagonists of the title, will return not only with a third season but also with one fourth. Sarah Glinski (Degrassi: Next Class) will replace Debra J. Fisher as showrunner. The double renewal was announced during the video streaming service’s Upfront event and with a video of the actorswhich you see below.
Ginny & Georgia has been renewed for Season 3 — and Season 4! pic.twitter.com/mPXSEFA0o9
— Netflix (@netflix) May 17, 2023
Ginny & Georgia: Where were we?
Ginny & Georgiacreated by Sarah Lamperttells the story of 15-year-old Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) and explosive 30-year-old mom Georgia (Brianne Howey) who decides to settle with his family in a picturesque New England town in order to ensure a normal life for them. Soon, however, Georgia’s complicated past peeps out and shocking truths about her are discovered, such as the fact that she is actually a murderer who acted to defend herself and her daughter.
In Season 2, Ginny discovered that her stepfather Kenny didn’t die of natural causes and had to come to terms with the fact that her mother not only killed, but did it to protect her. Georgia however, eager to leave the past behind her, has arranged the wedding with Paul (Scott Porter). But in the finale she was arrested at her own wedding reception for another murder. This time the murder of Tom, Cynthia’s husband.
Ginny & Georgia will return for a third and fourth season
The double renewal also comes thanks to the huge following that the series has secured since the first season. The second, released on January 5, remained in the Top 10 global on Netflix for 7 weeks and in 88 countries around the world. Given the open ending, fans have been hoping for the confirmation of a third season which is finally here. But what awaits us in the next episodes? “Plot-wise, we’re sowing seeds that you won’t notice until we have a third season, and if we’re able to tell the story we want to tell, it will all make sense. you expected,” creator Sarah Lampert assured in speaking with TVLine.