Ginny and Georgia are back with season 2 on Netflix, but are the nearly-always-at-odds-mother/daughter-duo actually back together?
If you remember the season 1 finale of Ginny and Georgia, we watched as Ginny (Antonia Gentry) rode off on Marcus’ (Felix Mallard) motorcycle, with little brother Austin (Diesel La Torraca) in tow.
The siblings skipped Paul’s (Scott Porter) reelection ceremony where their mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey) was expecting them to make an appearance so they can celebrate Paul’s win as a family.
Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia debuts on January 5, 2023. Check out the trailer below:
Season 2 picks up only a few weeks after the explosive finale we recapped above. “We wanted to pick up the story right where we left off,” series creator/executive producer Sarah Lampert tells Tudum. “We left it off on such a juicy cliffhanger.”
“We spent all of Season 1 breaking these characters down and putting them in certain places,” says Lampert. “So, we wanted to honor that by picking up Season 2 just two weeks later. We jumped right back into where we emotionally left everyone at the end of Season 1.”
Season 2 will delve further into Georgia’s past, including her tumultuous history with Austin’s father Gil (Aaron Ashmore) as he reenters the scene fresh from prison. Meanwhile — because discovering your mom’s a murderer isn’t enough to cope with — Ginny also has to deal with the MANG (her group of high school girlfriends) fallout, led by Max (Sara Waisglass), who was far from happy to find out her bestie was hooking up with her twin brother at the end of Season 1.
Unsurprisingly, through all of this, Ginny continues to grapple with her mental health.