At last, Netflix has answered our prayers and has renewed the popular mother-daughter drama for a second season, after the first season accumulated over 52 million viewers worldwide and even made the Top 10 List in Malta.
The series, which stars Brianne Howey as unconventional mum Georgie and Antonia Gentry as her angsty teenage daughter Ginny, premiered in late February and will be returning for Season 2 with ten 60-minute episodes!
In a video posted by the cast and Netflix, several members from the cast – which yes, includes Felix Mallard, aka Marcus Baker, and his Australian accent – tease the upcoming season, assuring us that there will be more ‘living room dance parties’ and ‘climbing through windows’.
— Ginny And Georgia Netflix (@ginnyndgeorgia) April 19, 2021
In case you missed it – Season 1 followed the family as they moved to Massachusetts for a fresh start after Georgia’s husband mysteriously died. Ginny befriends a group and experiences romance as her mum’s past comes back to haunt her.
The first season ended with Ginny and Austin, her younger brother, running away on a motorcycle, so a Season 2 was kind of hinted at from the start. However, no release date has been announced as of yet.