‘Ginny and Georgia’ Season 2: Release Date, Plot Details, and Everything Else We Know
Ginny and Georgia is one of the most-talked-about shows on Netflix. Released in February 2021, the series follows a teenager and her mother after they relocate from Texas to Massachusetts to start anew. However, there are secrets from Georgia’s past that pose a threat to her close-knit bond with her daughter. At the end of season 1, Ginny (Antonia Gentry) did something drastic after learning the truth about her mom (Brianne Howey), setting the stage for more drama in Ginny and Georgia Season 2. But how exactly?
Find everything we know about Ginny and Georgia Season 2 here — from plot details to the release window.
[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from the first season of Ginny and Georgia.]
‘Ginny and Georgia’ Season 2 has not yet received the green light
So far, Ginny and Georgia has not been renewed for a second season. As Screen Rant notes, the decision to either continue or cancel the show could come as early as April 2021. It ultimately boils down to the show’s popularity and viewership numbers. But the hope is that it’ll get a chance to continue the story.
“Season one really did feel like a season one. We just started uncovering some of the layers for all characters, across the board, that we want to dive into. [Showrunner] Deb [J. Fisher] and I are hoping we get the chance,” creator Sarah Lampert told Oprah Magazine.
What the plot of the second season of ‘Ginny and Georgia’ would be
If the show does earn a second season, season 2 has lots of questions to answer, such as where Ginny went when she ran away with her brother Austin and what impact that decision will have on her relationship with her mom. While Ginny might not want to be anything like Georgia, the move she pulled is right out of her mom’s book. “She’s doing exactly what her mother does: Always running,” Lampert noted.
Lampert also talked about the evolution of their relationship throughout the series. “The relationship between Ginny and Georgia is the third character in the show,” she continued. “It lives on its own. It’s constantly changing and evolving. There are so many scenes where the two of them are communicating with each other over everyone’s head. They’re intrinsically wound.”
With that, it’s hard to imagine that Ginny has left home for good. The question is just when she’ll return and what that’ll look like when she does.
Like many viewers, we hope to have answers soon. But even the show does earn a renewal, it could face challenges due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has forced delays and shutdowns on a number of shows and movies over the past few months.
Then again, other Netflix shows such as Ozark and The Witcher have been able to circumvent difficulties by taking certain precautions, so perhaps we could actually have it sooner than later. Until then, stream Ginny and Georgia Season 1 on Netflix now.