Ginny & Georgia is coming back for a season 2, and after that cliffhanger, we’re really, really glad to see this confirmed.
The truth has a way of rising to the top. It doesn’t stay hidden forever. Georgia doesn’t realize how close the truth is to crumbling her world.
I mean, is there anything truer than the fact that feelings are hard? Me thinks no. Feelings are a bitch. Feelings are overwhelming, feelings feel too much, and feelings can make everything overwhelming, as we learn in Ginny & Georgia…
This episode of #GinnyAndGeorgia was a hard one to watch, but a necessary one to learn from. Read our review of episode 8.
Here’s the thing about the truth. Even though it is something you think that you want to know, sometimes it’s painful, as we learn in Ginny & Georgia 1×07 “Happy Sweet Sixteen, Jerk.” Sometimes the pain is important to feel…
Georgia is panicking because the past is something she can’t outrun and it’s in her house. Read our review of episode 6 of ‘Ginny & Georgia’
Ginny & Georgia 1×05 “Boo, Bitch” is a pretty standard middle of the season episode, more setup than substance. We review the hour.
Ginny & Georgia 1×04 “Lydia Bennett is Hundo a Feminist” is more about the differences between them than about the similarities.
Ginny & Georgia 1×03 “Next Level Rich People Shit” sees both our titular characters facing romantic questions with no easy answers.
We’re in deep with Ginny & Georgia. The Netflix show is definitely worth binge watching. Read our review of episode 2.