News recently broke that Netflix renewed Ginny & Georgia for Season 2, but the renewal was not well received by fans of Julie and the Phantoms. Considering both series are Netflix Originals and there is some overlap in the target audience of the two shows… Many subscribers simply don’t understand what the hold-up with renewing Julie and the
Ginny & Georgia star Antonia Gentry spoke out after the Taylor Swift controversy. The young actress plays Ginny Miller on the Netflix series. She took to social media to thank fans for their overwhelming support. On Monday, March 1, Swift called out the show for their “deeply sexist joke.” While the joke was made in
Season 1 of Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia introduces Georgia to three potential love interests — Paul, Joe, and Zion. Are you team Paul, team Joe, or team Zion? What is the general consensus of Netflix subscribers on who Georgia should settle down with? We were curious too. So, let’s get to know these three characters a little
Netflix dropped a new series called Ginny & Georgia into their streaming library a few days ago. If you are like us, you’ve probably already binged your way through all 10 episodes of Season 1. At this point, subscribers on the streaming platform have a simple question. Is there going to be a Ginny & Georgia Season 2?
Anyone who is a huge fan of Gilmore Girls could find their next TV obsession when this new series is released by Netflix in February. The trailer for the new YA series Ginny & Georgia certainly gives that impression. Let’s explore this new upcoming series a bit more. Netflix YA series Ginny & Georgia vs