'Ginny & Georgia' season 3 is officially a go—and there's even more good news

Hint: we're getting *more* than just a 'Ginny & Georgia' season 3

Netflix picks up 'Ginny & Georgia' season 3 and 4. Pictured: Antonia Gentry and Katie Douglas in 'Ginny & Georgia' season 2
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With that cliffhanger, fans are all but begging for a Ginny & Georgia season 3. 

After all, like that season one Ginny & Georgia ending before it, that Ginny & Georgia season 2 finale left us with many, many questions: Who did Georgia kill this time? Do Ginny and Marcus get back together? And what will happen to the Miller clan after the arrest of that family member?

Season two premiered on Netflix back in January 2023, and we've been waiting not-so-patiently for news of future episodes. And we finally have a happy update! 

*Warning: spoilers ahead*

Will there be a 'Ginny & Georgia' season 3?

Yes, Ginny & Georgia season 3 is officially happening! And, even better, Netflix has picked up the mother-daughter dramedy for a fourth season, as well, per an announcement during the streamer's Upfront presentation on Wednesday, May 17. 

Along with the renewal news, there are also some planned personnel shifts behind the camera, with Sarah Glinski (Degrassi: The Next Generation) taking over as showrunner for the upcoming seasons, replacing Debra J. Fisher, who served as showrunner on seasons 1 and 2. 

The four-month wait between that season 2 finale and the season 3 (and 4!) pick-up might have initially worried fans, but it's not entirely off-brand for Netflix to let the anticipation simmer, as the first season of Ginny & Georgia debuted in February 2021 and news of a second season pick-up didn't hit until two months later.

And good thing the streaming juggernaut picked up the show for more seasons because there are plenty of storylines that need to be wrapped up. Will Georgia go to prison for her crimes? Will Paul stay with his new bride even after her arrest? Will Ginny choose between Marcus and Hunter, or date someone new entirely? Will Austin forgive his mother for what he saw? Will Georgia and Joe ever get it on? And how did Cordova finally pin the murders on Georgia?

Since that shocking Ginny & Georgia season 2 ending saw the elder Miller being arrested in the middle of her wedding for the murder of Tom Fuller, we can easily predict a lot of legal mess in Georgia's future, but as we saw Paul and his lawyer handle Austin's dad Gil in the finale, Georgia's powerful new hubby may just have enough political muscle to keep her out of jail. That's plenty for ten episodes!

Is there a 'Ginny & Georgia' season 3 release date yet?

Seeing as how Ginny & Georgia season 3 has only just been greenlit by Netflix and production hasn't yet started, we don't have a release date for new episodes. 

Hopefully, the wait for more eps will not be as lengthy as the one between the show's first and second seasons, which was nearly two full years, with the former premiering in February 2021 and the latter in January 2023. 

Who will be in the 'Ginny & Georgia' season 3 cast?

The cast of Ginny & Georgia is a big one, so there will undoubtedly be many familiar faces back for season 3. We can obviously put money on our two leading ladies, Brianne Howey and Antonia Gentry, who play Georgia and Ginny Miller, respectively, as well as Diesel La Torraca, who portrays Austin Miller.

Beyond that, we'd also bet on the returns of Ginny's dad Zion Miller (Nathan Mitchell), Ginny's love interest Marcus (Felix Mallard) and Georgia's husband Paul (Scott Porter). 

Here are other Ginny & Georgia characters we could see coming back for a third season:

  • Jennifer Robertson as Ellen Baker
  • Sara Waisglass as Maxine "Max" Baker
  • Raymond Ablack as Joe
  • Katie Douglas as Abby
  • Chelsea Clark as Norah
  • Mason Temple as Hunter Chen
  • Sabrina Grdevich as Cynthia Fuller
  • Daniel Beirne as Nick
  • Aaron Ashmore as Gil Timmins
  • Rebecca Ablack as Padma
  • Jonathan Potts as Mr. Gitten
  • Colton Gobbo as Jordan
  • Connor Laidman as Zach
  • Tyssen Smith as Brodie

The first two seasons of Ginny & Georgia are now streaming on Netflix.

Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life. 

More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York

When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.