The Wellsbury Peaches will stay here for at least two more seasons.
Netflix has ordered seasons 3 and 4 of Ginny & Georgia. The streamer shared the announcement on Wednesday during this year’s event In advance Presentation.
Created by Sarah Lampert, the dramedy follows Ginny (Antonia Gentry), a 15-year-old who is more mature than her 30-year-old mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey), in a New England town where Georgia has settled with her daughter and her husband Son of Ginny and Austin (Diesel La Torraca). Also starring are Jennifer Robertson, Felix Mallard, Sara Waisglass, Scott Porter and Raymond Ablack.
In January, ‘Wednesday’ topped Netflix’s top 10 English TV shows list after its debut with 180.47 million hours watched after its debut, making it the most-watched title on the season Streamer week from January 2nd to 8th. For context, this means that season 2 of Ginny & Georgia’s opening numbers surpassed season 3 of Emily in Paris, The Watcher, and season 5 of Cobra Kai. For comparison, Ryan Murphy’s Monster clocked in 196.2 million hours in its first week on air, and Bridgerton’s second season clocked in 193.02 million.
In addition to the renewal news, Sarah Glinski has signed on to join the series as showrunner for season three, replacing Debra J. Fisher. Netflix tells diversityGlinski’s appointment as showrunner came ahead of the current writers’ strike, which began on May 1st.
The drama’s second season was executive produced by showrunner Fisher and creator Sarah Lampert. Executive producers, alongside Fisher and Lampert, are Jeff Tahler for Madica Productions, Jenny Daly for Critical Content, Holly Hines and Daniel March for Dynamic Television. Elena Blekhter acted as co-executive producer.