‘Good Girls’ is an American crime comedy-drama television series that airs on NBC. Created by Jenna Bans, the show follows three cash-strapped suburban Detroit mothers who pull off a heist, but find themselves getting pulled deeper and deeper into the dark and seedy underworld of Detroit.
A fairly recent show, Season 1 of ‘Good Girls’, consisting of 10 episodes, made its way to viewers’ screens on February 26, 2018, seeing its finale air on April 30, 2018. After doing decently in terms of ratings and viewership, NBC, on May 7, 2018, renewed the show for a 13-episode second season, which started airing on March 3, 2019. Now, fans of the show are wondering whether ‘Good Girls’ will return for a third season. Here’s everything we know about it so far.
Good Girls Cast: Who is in it?
The three suburban Detroit mothers are the main protagonists of ‘Good Girls’. Leading the pack is Christina Hendricks of ‘Mad Men’ fame, and she plays the role of Beth Boland, a mother of four and a housewife with a cheating husband. Beth’s sister and mother of one, Annie Marks, is played by Mae Whitman, while Retta plays Ruby Hill, who is Beth’s best friend and also a mother of one.
Other main cast members in the show include Reno Wilson as Ruby’s husband, Stan Hill, Matthew Lillard as Beth’s cheating husband, Dean Boland, Manny Montana as money laundering criminal Rio, Lidya Jewett as Ruby’s daughter Sara Hill, and Isaiah Stannard as Annie’s daughter Sadie Marks.
As far as supporting roles are concerned, Zach Gilford plays Annie’s ex-husband Gregg Marks, Sally Pressman plays Gregg’s current (and pregnant) wife Nancy, David Hornsby plays Annie’s boss Leslie Petersen, and James Lesure plays FBI Agent Jimmy Turner, among others.
The aforementioned cast members are expected to make a comeback in the next season.