Netflix is reserving Ginny & Georgia — one of its most popular series So far – it’s been a while.
The anchor airs two more seasons of the mother-daughter drama starring Brian Howie and Antonia Gentry. The renewal will keep Ginny & Georgia through a fourth season. In addition to pickups, the series has hired a new showrunner, Sarah Greenski (Degrassi: The Next Generation). Glinski, who was hired before the Writers Guild of America went on strike, will replace Debra J. Fisher, who ran the first two seasons.
The show’s second season, released on January 5, ended on a cliffhanger. Fisher told The Hollywood Reporter based on the finale, “Season 3 is going to be one big roller coaster . She also noted that when she and series creator Sarah Lampert pitched the show, they had four seasons in mind.
Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia is a huge draw for Netflix, where the streaming Top spent three weeks in the internal rankings of English-language series after its premiere. It’s one of the most watched 92 shows on Netflix to date, debuting around 92 days worldwide — That’s just over the streamer’s all-time high English-language shows in that time span. (Inventing Anna currently ranks 92 and 500.10 Million hours watched worldwide in 10 days.)
In Nielsen’s US streaming rankings, Ginny & Georgia nearly moved up to . 5 billion minutes watched in eight weeks, making it one of the top 10 original streaming shows. 1235299808