If you haven’t seen Grace and Frankie yet, we suggest you watch it. Seriously, you’re missing out on some really good quality content. And for those of you who have seen the show, we’ve got good news. The release date for the sixth season has been announced, but it’s late.
Grace And Frankie Season 6 Release Date Announced
Netflix has announced on its Twitter account the official release date for the show Grace and Frankie starring Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda. The show is coming back to Netflix in January 2020, so, we guess we’re going to wait a bit longer.
However, along with this good news, Netflix has announced that the show is renewed for its seventh season. This may seem like good news, but it’s not. As Grace and Frankie season 7 will be the last and final season of the series. The renewal has made the show Netflix’s longest-running original series with over 90 episodes.
#GraceAndFrankie News Alert: Season 6 will premiere January 2020.
Also, the series has been renewed for a seventh and final season, which will make it the longest-running Netflix original series ever with 94 episodes. pic.twitter.com/lmZrXhBrj8
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) September 4, 2019
Everything You Need to Know About Season 6
There have not been any formal cast announcements however, we know for sure the main cast is coming back. We’ll see Jane Fonda reprise her role as Grace and Lily Tomlin as Frankie. We’ll also see their ex-husbands who are now married to each other, Sol (Sam Waterston and Robert (Martin Sheen). Their interesting children that put the women in an old home in season 4 will definitely be coming back too: Mallory (Brooklyn Decker), Brianna (June Diane Raphael), Coyote (Ethan Embry) and Bwabudike ‘Bud’ (Baro Vaughn). We’ll see other recurring characters soo such as Nick (Peter Gallagher).
The sixth season of the show will include 13 episodes in total while the seventh will have 16. We may have to say goodbye to Grace and Frankie, but gladly it’s not now. We’ve still got 2 more seasons left. Season 6 for the show is coming to Netflix in January 2020. No official release date is announced yet, only the month. But we’ll take what we get.