Netflix‘s soapy drama Ginny and Georgia left a pretty dramatic cliffhanger at the end of its non-Gilmore Girls first season, with confessions of murder apparent and a past to keep buried.
So, perhaps the second season will offer up some bigger twists and turns, with the trailer for Season 2 dropping Tuesday. But so far, all I can see is that everyone seems to be really pissed at each other.
Georgia (Brianne Howey) and her daughter Ginny (Antonia Gentry) still seem tense even with that new understanding between them, but Max (Sara Weisglass) and Nora (Chelsea Clark) and Ginny are fighting, Ginny’s boy-next-door love Marcus (Felix Mallard) seems chill while her ex Hunter (Mason Temple) still looks hurt, and Ginny’s dad Zion (Nathan Mitchell) seems upset about Georgia’s engagement to Mayor Paul (Jason Street) — and fair enough.
Meanwhile, Ginny’s colleague Nick (Dan Beirne) is annoyed about that whole threat and embezzling municipal funds thing, and private investigator Cordova (Alex Mallari Jr.) is still doing his thing.
But there’s some niceness in here too, with Raymond Ablack, Katie Douglas, and Tameka Griffiths returning to the show as the best characters in there. Much hugging and drinking. Let’s hope they leave jokes like this out this time.
Ginny and Georgia Season 2 is streaming on Netflix from Jan. 5.