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Good Girls Season 2 Now On Netflix

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Good Girls, the show that tells you how tough it really is being a mom whilst having a second life as a criminal, graced our screens last year. Everyone fell in love with how realistically women were portrayed in the series. It was like Breaking Bad, but for women! Thus, everyone was curious to see what happens in the second season of Good Girls. But for those who missed it on its original network NBC, there is good news! Good Girls season 2 has officially arrived on Netflix after much waiting.

Mae Whitman has shared the happy news on Instagram:

Binge Watch Good Girls Season 2 Away

Some people like to watch the show’s episodes right when they come out. Though, some prefer to binge watch entire seasons in one day. Before steaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, we rarely had the chance to do it. But now since the whole landscape of Hollywood and content consumption is changing and advancing day by day, we are given the luxuries of binge-watching a show. And Good Girls season 2 is definitely something that is worth spending a whole day over!

What’s Good Girls About?

To those who are not aware of this show, Good Girls is about a trio of women facing financial problems. In order to get out of their financial troubles, those women end up robbing a bank together. But after ending up in a much complicated criminal lifestyle, the three women try to  resolve their issues and get out of the mess they have gotten themselves into.

Jenna Bans has created the show. The cast includes Christina Hendricks, Retta, Mae Whitman, Reno Wilson, Lidya Jewett, Matthew Lillard, Isaiah Stannard and Manny Montana.

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