Netflix simply retains on blessing us with superb new reveals. The first trailer for the streaming service’s new sequence ‘Ginny & Georgia’ has simply been launched, and it appears like an edgier ‘Gilmore Girls.’
Everyone loves an excellent coming-of-age story, and that’s precisely what Ginny & Georgia is all about. The new Netflix sequence, premiering Feb. 24, follows angsty and awkward 15-year-old Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) who appears like she doesn’t measure as much as her irresistible and charming 30-year-old mom Georgia Miller (Brianne Howey). When Georgia strikes Ginny and her brother, Austin (Diesel La Torraca), to a small city in Massachusetts, Ginny lastly will get a style of regular life after transferring round from place to position.
“We’re like the Gilmore Girls but with bigger boobs,” Georgia tells her daughter. Georgia’s not afraid to talk her thoughts. As Georgia and Ginny quiet down, Ginny finds mates and a boyfriend. But issues don’t keep drama-free for lengthy. “My mom deals with her problems by ignoring them,” Ginny admits.
There’s additionally loads of romance within the new Netflix sequence. “The only man I’ve ever seen her love is my dad, and that never ends well,” Ginny says. Ginny additionally appears to have a connection to her neighbor Marcus (Felix Mallard). We know a longing look within the hallway after we see one!
Georgia can’t maintain all of her secrets and techniques buried for lengthy. One man even says Georgia is “dangerous.” Ginny screams that she’s “sick of the lies” and needs “answers.” At one level, Ginny doesn’t even really feel like she is aware of her mom in any respect. But on the finish of the day, every little thing Georgia does is to guard her youngsters. “It’s me and you against the world, kid. Remember that,” Georgia tells Ginny.
“We wanted Ginny & Georgia to be a fun, feel-good ride about women, by women, for everyone; one that depicted a nuanced and complicated mother-daughter relationship, and layered female friendships in a way that isn’t always seen in shows,” showrunner and EP Debra J. Fisher stated in a press release. The sequence additionally stars Jennifer Robertson as Ellen, Sara Waisglass as Maxine, Scott Porter as Mayor Paul Randolph, and Raymond Ablack as Joe.