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The Ginny & Georgia Creator Already Has Ideas For A Potential Season 3

Netflix has yet to renew the mother-daughter drama.

Felix Mallard as Marcus Baker, Antonia Gentry as Ginny in 'Ginny & Georgia' Season 2, via Netflix's ...
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Almost two years have passed since the Ginny & Georgia Season 1 finale left viewers pondering a major cliffhanger. Picking up right where they left off, Season 2 finds Ginny (Antonia Gentry) figuring out how to live with the realization that her mom, Georgia (Brianne Howey), murdered her stepfather to protect her. With a wedding to plan, Georgia would rather leave the past in the past. By the time the more recent finale cliffhanger arrived, it became clear what Netflix meant when they teased that “the funny thing about Georgia’s past is that it never stays buried for long.”

Ending with so many unanswered questions, a Ginny & Georgia Season 3 practically seems inevitable. Though Netflix has yet to renew the mother-daughter drama, series creator Sarah Lampert already has some ideas brewing, too. “Season 1 was a coming-of-age story for both Ginny and Georgia, and I think Season 2 is a continuation of that,” she recently explained to Tell-Tale TV. “They’re both going to have to really get to know each other on a deeper level this season, specifically to set them up for where I want this to go in Season 3. If we get it.”

While you await an official announcement either way, here’s everything we know about a potential Ginny & Georgia Season 3.

The Ginny & Georgia Season 3 Cast

Like the renewal or cancellation announcement, a Ginny & Georgia Season 3 cast list remains forthcoming. In addition to Gentry and Howey, the Season 2 cast included: Diesel La Torraca (Austin), Jennifer Robertson (Ellen), Felix Mallard (Marcus), Sara Waisglass (Maxine), Scott Porter (Mayor Paul Randolph), Raymond Ablack (Joe), Katie Douglas (Abby), Chelsea Clark (Norah), Nathan Mitchell (Zion), Sabrina Grdevich (Cynthia), Humberly Gonzalez (Sophie), Mason Temple (Hunter), Nikki Roumel (Young Georgia), Tameka Griffiths (Bracia), Rebecca Ablack (Padma), Aaron Ashmore (Gil), Daniel Beirne (Nick), and Alex Mallari Jr. (Gabriel Cordova).

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“One of the best parts of Season 2 is we get to see an entirely new side of every single character,” Howey told Bustle before Ginny & Georgia’s second season premiered in January. “You really see the other side of the coin.”

The Ginny & Georgia Season 3 Plot

The second season begins with the titular mother-daughter duo at their lowest points. “The journey from where Ginny starts at the beginning of Season 2 to where she ends is a long one,” Gentry explained to ScreenRant. “She has to get from zero back to ten. We start at zero. We start at rock bottom.” Of course, the events of the finale could very well dial back that progress though, pending the reveal of Georgia’s fate, a storyline that would more than likely kick off a potential third season. Expect plenty more plot twists, surprises, and heart-wrenching moments, too.

The Ginny & Georgia Season 3 Potential Premiere Date

After the series debuted in February 2021, Netflix announced the Season 2 renewal about two months later. Filming reportedly took place from late November 2021 until late April 2022, ahead of a January 2023 premiere. Howey previously addressed the delay with E! Online, explaining that the streamer translates Ginny & Georgia into 180 different languages. “That takes about four months,” the actor noted in October 2022. “So it’s actually not the show itself. The show is done.” If production on a potential third season follows the same schedule, Ginny & Georgia likely won’t return until 2024.

This post will be updated as more Ginny & Georgia Season 3 details become available.