When Ginny & Georgia first debuted, the series instantly found a fanbase among Netflix subscribers. There were those that were drawn to Ginny’s (Antonia Gentry) youthful curiosity and sense of maturity as a defacto second parent for her little brother. Others found themselves hypnotized by Georgia’s (Brianne Howey) portrayal as a Southern Belle, even if that’s not quite who she really is. Then there was a group that kept watching hoping that Joe (Raymond Ablack) one day gets the attention he deserves (honestly, when will Georgia see him for who he is and date him).
Regardless of their reasonings for watching the first season, viewers have been eagerly waiting for season 2, and it has finally arrived.
Here’s everything we know about Ginny & Georgia season 2.
Ginny & Georgia season 2 release date
Ginny & Georgia season 2 premiered on Thursday, January 5, on Netflix.
Ginny & Georgia season 2 episode guide
Below you’ll find an episode guide for season 2.
Episode 1: "Welcome Back, Bitches!"
"The kids spend Thanksgiving with Zion, who helps Ginny through an emotional ordeal. Georgia has an awkward dinner with Paul's parents."
Episode 2: "Why Does Everything Have to Be So Terrible, All the Time, Forever?"
"Georgia worries Nick will reveal what he knows as she schemes her way up the Wellsbury social ladder. At school, Ginny gets an icy reception."
Episode 3: "What Are You Playing at, Little Girl?"
"After plotting revenge on a school mom, Georgia opens up about her troubled past to Ginny. Paul moves in with the Millers."
Episode 4: "Happy My Birthday to You"
"Paul and Georgia clash over her parenting style, Ginny throws a rager, and Cynthia finds love in an unexpected place."
Episode 5: "Latkes are Lit"
"After a night out with Zion, Paul comes home to a startling discovery. Austin receives a surprise visitor at school."
Episode 6: "A Very Merry Ginny & Georgia Christmas Special"
"Sparks fly as Paul and Zion's families join the Millers for a holiday dinner. Austin looks for his Christmas gifts — and makes a dangerous find."
Episode 7: "Let Us Serenade the Sh*t Out of You"
"Georgia insists on going to Ginny's therapy session, where raw truths emerge. Gil pushes his way into Austin’s life and Georgia finds cause to celebrate."
Episode 8: "Hark! Darkness Descends!"
"After a sudden behavior change raises concern among his friends, Marcus has a tearful meeting with Ginny. Austin witnesses a terrifying scene."
Episode 9: "Kill Gil"
"A buried secret comes to light. Joe and Georgia reminisce. An already heartbroken Ginny overhears upsetting news."
Episode 10: "I'm No Cinderella"
"As Gil continues to make threats and Cordova closes in, revelations about Georgia's past surface at the worst possible time."
Ginny & Georgia season 2 trailer
An official trailer for season 2 is finally here, and it looks like Georgia is going to have to reveal her real self to Ginny. Take a look at the clip below.
Ginny & Georgia season 2 cast
Leading the Ginny & Georgia season 2 cast are Antonia Gentry and Brianne Howey playing Ginny and Georgia respectively. Gentry is a young actress in Hollywood whose previous work includes an episode of Raising Dion and the film Candy Jar. Howey on the other hand has been seen in a number of television shows such as The Passage, Batwoman and Dollface.
It looks like most of the season 1 cast is also returning for the new episodes and includes the following:
- Diesel La Torraca (La Brea) as Austin
- Nikki Roumel (Holly Hobbie) as young Georgia
- Felix Mallard (Locke & Key) as Marcus
- Sara Waisglass (Holly Hobbie) as Max
- Jennifer Robertson (Schitt’s Creek) as Ellen
- Scott Porter (Why Women Kill) as Paul
- Raymond Ablack (Love in the Villa) as Joe
- Nathan Mitchell (The Boys) as Zion
In terms of cast additions, actor Aaron Ashmore has been tapped to star as Gil, Georgia’s ex-boyfriend and Austin’s father. Ashmore has starred in Locke & Key and Killjoys. Here’s a fun fact, it’s easy to mistake Aaron for his twin brother Shawn Ashmore who stars in The Rookie and famously played Iceman in the X-Men movies.
Meet the Ginny & Georgia season 2 cast
Ginny & Georgia season 2 plot
Season 1 of the show ended on a bit of a rocky note for both Ginny and Georgia. For Ginny, by the end of the season, she saw her relationship with Hunter (Mason Temple) go up in smoke, she was clearly into Marcus but her own confusion led to her hurting him, her friendship with Max was on rocky ground and she found out her mother’s murderous secret.
For Georgia, although she helped her new fiancé Paul get elected mayor, her love life was still not in the best place after the return of Ginny’s father Zion. Plus, she was in the midst of a financial crisis and she was left to deal with the fact her daughter knows what she’s been hiding. Oh, and we can’t forget, her children have run away.
Heading into Ginny & Georgia season 2, series creator/executive producer Sarah Lampert shared with Netflix site Tudum (opens in new tab) that the new episodes pick up a few weeks after the season 1 finale. So Ginny and Georgia have an explosive confrontation ahead. Additionally, Ginny eventually must try and make amends with Max and Marcus, while Georgia is again faced with her past when Austin’s dad Gil arrives to town.
How to watch Ginny & Georgia
Ginny & Georgia is a Netflix original series. For those interested in watching episodes, you’ll need a subscription to Netflix. Currently, the streaming service offers a few different subscription options to choose from.
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