Ginny & Georgia Season 3: What We Know So Far About The Next Installment

The two main characters of Ginny & Georgia.
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There comes a time in every streaming platform or TV channel’s history where they have a runaway hit and create one of the best teen dramas. We could talk about the plethora of teen shows on The CW, or we could talk about shows like Euphoria on HBO. But today, we are going to look into Ginny & Georgia, a popular teen drama on Netflix. 

While the show certainly has its comedic moments, Season 2 of the series was much more dramatic than the first. The show has become a huge hit for Netflix, and it’s not that surprising to learn that there are plans for Season 3, as the streaming platform has announced it for fans all over the world to hear. Here is what we know so far about Season 3 of Ginny & Georgia. 

What Is The Ginny & Georgia Season 3 Premiere Date?

Ginny and Georgia in Ginny & Georgia.

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At the time of this writing, in May 2024, there is no set release date for Ginny & Georgia Season 3, but Deadline reported in February 2024 that Netflix is aiming for a 2025 release for the show. 

It’s a shame that we won’t be seeing this on any 2024 TV schedule. Even so, all I know is that I am filled with questions from Season 2 and would literally give anything for them to be answered ASAP, please and thank you. 

The Ginny & Georgia Season 3 Cast

Joe and Georgia in Ginny & Georgia.

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The Season 3 cast of Ginny & Georgia is set, according to a cast photo released from Netflix Tudum in April 2024. Cast members were also confirmed from Netflix’s official Instagram back when the show was renewed for Season 3. Here is who you can expect to return: 

  • Antonia Gentry as Ginny
  • Brianne Howey as Georgia
  • Raymond Ablack asJoe
  • Scott Porter as Mayor Paul Randolph
  • Sara Waisglass as Maxine
  • Felix Mallard as Marcus
  • Chelsea Clark as Norah
  • Katie Douglas as Abby
  • Diesel La Torraca as Austin
  • Jennifer Robertson as Ellen
  • Nathan Mitchell as Zion

With such a large cast, it’ll be exciting to see them back on the show after being absent from it for so long. I’m not sure how they’re going to handle the time jumps (considering Austin is older now, and really everyone looks older), but I’m eager to see what Season 3 will bring.  

The Season 2 Finale Directly “Set The Stage” For The Next Season

Georgia getting taken away in Ginny & Georgia.

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The Season 2 finale of Ginny & Georgia was a seriously big one. While Georgia ended up going through with her wedding to Paul despite him learning everything about her, she was arrested for Tom’s murder, something that happened earlier in the season. We see her being taken away in a police car not that long after. 

Lampert also did an interview with Tudum about the Season 2 ending regarding her plans for the series, and confirmed that in creating the story for the second season, they knew exactly what needed to happen to continue an intriguing plot in Season 3: 

When we had to develop the storyline for Season 2, we knew exactly what we wanted Season 3 to be. Georgia needed to kill someone and she needed to kill someone in Wellsbury, Massachusetts.

In that other Tudum article about the cast and production beginning, we were also given a hint from Lampert as to what to expect in Season 3 of the show – and that it will test the Miller family more than ever before as the world “comes” for them:

We ended Season 2 with Georgia arrested for murder — ruining her fairy tale wedding and leaving the fate of the Miller family hanging in the balance. It’s always been Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and Georgia against the world, but the world has never come for them quite as hard as it will in Season 3. We are beyond excited to finally kick off production and keep bringing our fans the characters they love.

Lampert would also say that Season 3 will throw “new challenges” that Ginny & Georgia had never faced before. 

We also saw a few hints about what the cast might want from the story in that Instagram Reels video, maybe as clues to the audience, such as “a lot of drama, a lot of love triangles,” wondering how Paul is going to react to his wedding reception being interrupted, Max possibly getting the lead role in the play, Georgia beating the murder charges, and more. 

Sarah Glinski Will Take Over As Showrunner

Ginny and Austin in Ginny & Georgia.

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As reported by Deadline, it was confirmed that Sarah Glinski would be taking over as showrunner for Ginny & Georgia Season 3, replacing Debra J. Fisher. The new showrunner is primarily known for her work on Degrassi: Next Class, so she certainly has experience with a big teen drama, and I have a feeling that she’ll be able to bring the fun and drama to the upcoming season.

Production Officially Kicked Off In April 2024

Ginny in Ginny & Georgia.

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With a hopeful premiere timeline of 2025, we can gladly say that production on Ginny & Georgia Season 3 has kicked off, as of April 2024. The news was confirmed in the Tudum article regarding the casting, where we see a cast picture at a table read, all together and ready to start. I can’t wait to see more updates.

What are you the most excited for when it comes to the news about Ginny & Georgia? While it’ll be some time before Season 3 comes out, we can at least rewatch the first two seasons – and maybe look for new updates on the third.  

Alexandra Ramos
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A self-proclaimed nerd and lover of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire, Alexandra Ramos is a Content Producer at CinemaBlend. She first started off working in December 2020 as a Freelance Writer after graduating from the Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Journalism and a minor in English. She primarily works in features for movies, TV, and sometimes video games. (Please don't debate her on The Last of Us 2, it was amazing!) She is also the main person who runs both our daily newsletter, The CinemaBlend Daily, and our ReelBlend newsletter.