“Good Girls” is a crime and drama-comedy series that released first on NBC. The series has been created by Jenna Bans and is one of the most popular series of all time. With fans all around the world, the series has been one of the most successfully running in Hollywood. The series has released three seasons so far. The series was released on NBC originally, but Netflix and Amazon also ordered it for their platforms. Read below to know more.
Good Girls Season 4: Release Date
Though the fourth season of the show has been officially confirmed, there is no official release date. The reports claim that the work on the latest season has come to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The creators are expecting to renew the season for release as soon as the pandemic is over. However, this is not known, so the delay may be for an unknown, indefinite period of time. According to several reports, we may get to see Season 4 in mid-2021.
Good Girls Season 4: Cast
Since the work on the fourth season has come to a halt, not much is known about the show. This includes no information about the cast members as well. We don’t know the additions that may be made to the cast. However, the main female trio of the Good Girls will surely make their way to the fourth season. The trio includes Rhetta in the role of Ruby, Christina Hendricks as Beth, and May Whitman in the role of Annie Marks. Other information on the cast is awaited!
Good Girls Season 4: Plot
As we have already told that the work on the latest season has come to a halt, it has an effect on every aspect of the season. What we can expect from this season and how the story will unfold remain a mystery as of now. Guesswork also remains close to impossible as there is no official trailer out yet.
One of the most intriguing questions that we were left with was if Turner will be able to find Beth. Although no details are out, we are expecting this season, just like the others, to have a superb script and great pick-up lines! The other seasons and the fourth one will be available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and NBC.