Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia ended on a rather worrying note for Georgia, and sure enough, the showrunners won’t leave the fans hanging like that. The Netflix show is set to have not just a Ginny & Georgia Season 3 but also a Season 4.
You can set your Netflix trauma and fears about cancellation to rest.
Showrunner and creator Sarah Lampert herself revealed that she had the story all planned out, but whether it will continue past the promised two seasons remains to be seen. We’ll just cross the bridge when we get there.
Furthermore, it seems Season 3 already has a clear path to follow because, according to Sarah Lampter, “When we had to develop the storyline for Season 2, we knew exactly what we wanted Season 3 to be. Georgia needed to kill someone, and she needed to kill someone in Wellsbury, Massachusetts.” Based on her statements to Netflix.
Meanwhile, the reveal also came in the form of the most notable cast members of the show announcing Ginny & Georgia Season 3 and Season 4 on Twitter and social media, as is the trend for a lot of TV ongoing TV series and shows.
What’s the filming status of Season 3?
Currently, the whole cast and crew of the show seem to be taking their well-earned break for the moment since Ginny & Georgia season 2 ended just in January 2023.
The announcement that it’s going to continue for Ginny & Georgia Season 3 and Season 4 only dropped just this May 18, 2023. So sadly, that’s a little too soon for them to start filming.
Right now, Ginny & Georgia Season 3 has no milestone update yet for its filming status or even its set pieces. You will want to keep an eye out on Netflix’s Twitter and their various social media outlets for some juicy updates and hints.
Ginny & Georgia Season 3 release date
Again, Ginny & Georgia Season 3 and Season 4 has only been announced, so there’s no release date on the horizon or hints of it any time soon.
However, the average TV show season takes around a year to wrap up the filming, more so if the set pieces are more complicated. That all depends on many factors, such as budget, actor schedules, and obstacles. But generally, you can expect to wait at least a year for a TV show’s next season after finishing its last one.
In Ginny & Georgia’s case, each season seems to take roughly two years between premieres. Season 1 aired in 2021; Season 2 dropped in 2023; hence, it’s fair to assume that Season 3 will arrive in 2025 and, consequently, 2027 for Season 4.
Those dates for Ginny & Georgia Season 3 and Season 4 are only speculations, and you should take them with a grain of salt. They could either get delayed further or even rushed earlier if you’re lucky. For now, you’re going to have to sit and wait.
Who’s going to be a part of Ginny & Georgia Season 3?
Brianne Howey as Georgia and Antonia Gentry as Ginny will undoubtedly be back to reprise their main character roles, as will the rest of the cast who showed up their faces in the Twitter announcement.
Here’s a good list of who else you can expect to return in Ginny & Georgia Season 3:
- Aaron Ashmore (Gil)
- Alex Mallari Jr (PI Gabriel Cordova)
- Chelsea Clark (Norah)
- Diesel La Torraca (Austin Miller)
- Felix Mallard (Marcus Baker)
- Humberly Gonzalez (Sophie)
- Jennifer Robertson (Ellen Baker)
- Katie Douglas (Abby)
- Mason Temple (Hunter)
- Nathan Mitchell (Zion)
- Raymond Ablack (Joe)
- Rebecca Ablack (Padma)
- Sabrina Grdevich (Cynthia Fuller)
- Sara Waisglass (Maxine ‘Max’ Baker)
- Scott Porter (Mayor Paul Randolph)
- Tameka Griffiths (Bracia)
These aren’t confirmed yet (apart from Ginny and Georgia), so take it with a grain of salt again. One thing’s for certain, though, Tom Fuller isn’t coming back though he will continue to haunt Georgia and her life.
What’s going to happen to Georgia?
This a big spoiler alert for everyone who hasn’t caught up with the show.
Ginny & Georgia Season 2 ended with Georgia riding away in a police car, presumably because the cops became aware of her involvement in Tom Fuller’s death, despite Austin keeping silent about her crime. Her arrest came as a shock to fans since it took place during her wedding with Mayor Paul Randolph.
Georgia has also committed murder several times now but has luckily evaded the law until Season 2’s ending.
Season 3 could very well put a strong emphasis on Georgia’s struggles as her life once again comes crashing down while she was on the cusp of a fairy tale success.
Still, Georgia’s actress, Brianne Howey, knows her character best and is convinced that Georgia isn’t going to give up yet despite her worrying circumstances. As Howey implied, Georgia’s story will not end on a note this low.
Who’s going to run the show?
One substantial change that will happen for Ginny & Georgia Season 3 will be the showrunner. Instead of the previous season’s Debra J. Fisher, Season 3 will be helmed by none other than Sarah Glinski.
Sarah Glinski is no stranger to producing and writing for multiple TV shows like Degrassi, Holly Hobble, and The Smart Woman Survival Guide. It’s also worth noting that Sarah Glinski was appointed as Georgia & Ginny Season 3’s showrunner before the Writers Guild of America strike.
Right now, details are still sparse regarding the production for Ginny & Georgia, but you can rest assured that you can enjoy the show for several more years since there’s already a promised Season 3 and Season 4 set in stone. You can expect it to drop on Netflix once it’s ready, hopefully sometime in 2025; keep your eyes peeled for further announcements.