'Ginny & Georgia' Season 2 Fate Revealed at Netflix

On Monday, Netflix officially revealed the future for the hit series Ginny & Georgia. According to [...]

On Monday, Netflix officially revealed the future for the hit series Ginny & Georgia. According to Entertainment Tonight, Ginny & Georgia has been renewed for Season 2. The first season premiered on the streaming service in February and reportedly brought in over 52 million viewers over the course of a month.

ET reported that Season 2 will consist of ten 60-minute episodes and will see the return of stars Brianne Howey (Georgia) and Antonia Gentry (Ginny). To celebrate the exciting news, Netflix released a video that featured the cast, including Howey and Gentry, in which they teased the upcoming season. In the clip, they shared that there will be "more living room for dance parties" and "more climbing through windows." The cast also shared the MANG catchphrase that fans will surely recognize, "Love you, mean it, hate you, kidding." There is currently no date set for Season 2's premiere.

Following the release of Season 1, multiple members of the cast spoke about their hopes for a possible Season 2. As viewers know (spoilers ahead for the ending of Season 1), the first season ended with Ginny and her younger brother Austin (Diesel La Torraca) running away from their home and their mother on a motorcycle together. While speaking with ET, Howey explained that she hopes that in Season 2, "something goes wrong and Ginny comes home."

Gentry took part in an interview with ELLE, which was published in early March, during which she also opened up about what she hopes to see in Season 2 should the show get renewed. According to the actor, she's looking forward to seeing Ginny and Georgia's relationship being explored even further given the events that took place towards the end of Season 1. She explained, "I don't know what will be in store if we do get renewed or not. But I would say, I want to see Ginny get down and dirty. I want to see her turn into Georgia a little bit. I want to see her really dig in and show that mean streak I know she has. That would be really fun to explore. But, I'm just taking things a day at a time right now." Gentry also told ET that she wants to learn more about the private investigator who is looking into her mother's mysterious past. So, fans will have plenty to look forward to when it comes to Season 2.