NBC has decided not to renew the crime drama show, which stars Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta
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Good Girls will conclude after its current season, with NBC deciding not to renew the hit crime drama show, which stars Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta in the lead.
The show revolves around three women, Beth (Hendricks), Annie (Whitman) and Ruby (Retta), who decide to pull off a heist by holding up a grocery store hostage to escape the drudgery of their lives and pay off mounting debts. Beth’s cheating husband has made questionable decisions, sending the family into financial ruin. Meanwhile Ruby is paying for expensive experimental drugs for her daughter’s illness and Anne is fighting a vicious custody battle for her daughter. After the heist, they are pulled into something even more sinister with a gang leader of the area, Rio (Manny Montana).
Get a look at the show below:
The series garnered rave reviews from viewers when it was made available on Netflix. As season 4 airs its last five episodes, the series would be over for good as there isn’t any hope as of now for another network to pick it up. Apparently, Netflix will not be taking it up further as well, as only the first three seasons are up for streaming on the OTT giant.
Hendricks took to Instagram to post a meme with a caption, saying, they gave it their all to the show and thanked the fans for their passion and support through the years. Take a look below:
Demands to renew Good Girls for season 5 poured in as fans took to Twitter to share their shock and disappointment over the cancellation of the beloved series about these three badass entrepreneurial women.
Good Girls joins the long list of shows cancelled by NBC in the recent past including Manifest (available on Amazon Prime Video) and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.