The American crime comedy-drama, Good Girls is again in the spotlight after the conclusion of its third season in May. There were rumors that the third season is the last season of Good Girls but all such rumors were denied after the announcement of the renewal of Good Girls for the fourth season in May 2020. Here’s everything you’re looking for, check out.
The television series is created by Jenna Bans and it made its debut on February 26, 2018. The story revolves around three suburban housewives, Elizabeth(played by Christina Hendricks), Ruby Hill(played by Retta), and Annie Marks(played by Mae Whitman). All three of them were having a hard time making ends meet. The story takes a turn when the women decided to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket. They made many successful robberies but one day one of them came in eyes of the supermarket manager and then they all get wrapped up in a criminal conspiracy.
Good Girls originally premiered on NBC and after its successful first season, Netflix also started streaming the show. The recent third season of Good Girls released in the US in February 2020 on NBC and concluded after 11 episodes in May 2020. Good Girls season 3 is yet to be released on Netflix and it is expected that it will come sometime in the last months of 2020 or early 2021 on Netflix.
The answer is already cleared but let us assure you one more time. Good Girls, a major hit, and its latest season three also did good according to ratings and the fact that the season is cut short to mere 11 episodes is enough to expect one more season.
The current crisis due to the pandemic has affected a lot of films, series, matches, etc. and Good Girls’ also get trapped in the pandemic and its third season ended with 11 episodes. Just after the conclusion of the third season, the creators renewed Good Girls for a fourth season and NBC has picked up the fourth season already, there is no announcement from Netflix on this part. As of now not much is revealed about the fourth season, stay tuned for all the updates.