Does Georgia go to jail in 'Ginny & Georgia' season 2? Fans are suspecting the worst

Everyone's questioning Georgia Miller's fate—here's why

Brianne Howey as Georgia Miller in Ginny & Georgia on Netflix
(Image credit: Amanda Matlovich/Netflix © 2022)

Does Georgia go to jail? Given that we're off to a shaky start in Wellsbury, it doesn't seem entirely out of the realm of possibility. 

Ginny & Georgia season 2 returned to Netflix on January 5, and the dramedy picked up right where season 1 left off: Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and her younger brother Austin (Diesel La Torraca) leaving town on a motorcycle. Unlike most teens, Ginny is grappling with the fact that her mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey) took someone's life. 

Well, actually, she technically murdered more than one person. (More on that in a minute.) There's a lot to unravel for the Miller family and what happens next, so let's get to it. 

*WARNING: SEASON 2 SPOILERS AHEAD*

At the beginning of the sophomore season, we're all wondering the same thing: "Who did Georgia kill in Ginny & Georgia?" As it turns out, there are multiple answers to the question. She kills her wealthy husband, Kenny Drexel, after she witnesses him sexually assault her daughter. She blended wolfsbane, a poisonous blue flower, into his protein shake, which led to his demise (not a heart attack while driving).

Georgia also killed her first husband, Anthony Green (played by Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll) while in New Orleans, though she only meant to knock him out for a few hours after spiking his drink. She made her way to the much-older, shady landlord after getting caught running an illegal gambling ring, thinking it'd be a way to get Child Protective Services off her back. With the help of the Blood Eyes gang, she was able to dispose of his body.

Needless to say, there's a lot of heavy material for a series that seems light at first glance. Though Georgia has remained a free woman despite her actions, there are definitely authorities who have their eye on the young mom.

Does Georgia go to jail in season 2 of 'Ginny & Georgia'?

Georgia is arrested at the end of season 2, but we have yet to learn whether or not she ends up behind bars, though it seems likely. (Guess we'll find out in Ginny & Georgia season 3.) 

By the time we reach the Ginny & Georgia season 2 ending, viewers assume Georgia and her fiancé would be able to tie the knot without any glitches, but a private investigator storms into the event to arrest her for the murder of Tom Fuller, the ex-husband of her enemy-turned-friend, Cynthia (Sabrina Grdevich). He was comatose with no chance of recovery, and Georgia decided to play the role of God by suffocating Tom. She learned how draining Tom had been on Cynthia and her young son, and thought this would be a way to end the suffering.

Cynthia thought Tom had passed from natural causes, and didn't question his death, but it turns out, there was someone else in the room when Georgia smothered him with a pillow, and it led to her dream wedding turning into a nightmare. 

Despite the show's extremities, actor Damian Romeo (who plays Ginny's friend Matt Press) tells us that there's something we can all relate to about the mother-daughter story. 

"Even though in everyday life, mothers don't go and murder people, but there are some themes that may be where mothers don't tell the whole truth to their daughters to protect them, so I think some of those themes will strike a chord," he told My Imperfect Life. 

Looks like things will only get more dramatic from here.

Ginny & Georgia season 2 is now streaming on Netflix. 

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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