Good Girls Season 3 Release Date: What We Know So Far
Good Girls season 2 certainly left us wanting for more. Thankfully, the NBC show was renewed for another season. And guess what folks? The show is already filming its upcoming season. Our main girls Beth (Christina Hendricks), Annie (Mae Whitman) and Ruby (Retta) are back at it again in Good Girls season 3.
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Here’s what we know so far.
Good Girls Season 3 Release Date
The upcoming season was renewed in April of this year. There have not been any official announcements on the Good Girls Season 3 release date. But we can make a few guesses.
Let’s look at the previous schedules for the show. Good Girls season 1 premiered on 26th February 2018 and ran until 30th April 2018. Then a year later, the first episode of 2nd season was released on 3rd March 2019 and lasted till 26th May 2019.
If the creator Jenna Bans keeps with this schedule, we can expect the Good Girls Season 3 release date to fall sometime in early 2020. the months of March and April seem the most likely considering the prior schedules.
Good Girls Cast: Who’s Returning?
We’ll obviously see Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman, and Retta return on the screens as they are the main cast. Moreover, we will also see Stan (Reno Wilson) and (Dean) Matthew Lillard. We saw Manny Montana (Rio) die at the end of Good Girls season 2. But we’re not sure if we’ll see him again or not. There’s a likely probability that we’ll see FBI Agent Turner (James Lesure) again as he had more of a role in the third season. Annie’s ex Greg (Zach Gilford) may make his casual appearance too.
The kids of the three moms would also appear in the upcoming season. Sadie (Isaiah Stannard), Sarah (Lidya Jewett), Harry (Danny Boyd Jr.), Jane (Everleigh McDonell), Danny (Mason Shea Joyce) and Emma (Scarlett Abinante).
There are also cast additions for the new season. It was confirmed by Deadline that Jackie Cruz will be joining the Good Girls cast. Jackie Cruz is best known for her role in Orange Is the New Black.