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NBC cancels Good Girls after four seasons

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NBC announced that the show Good Girls will not be getting anymore season hence it is cancelled after four seasons.

Let’s talk about the show that made housewives look bad**s. Like us, many other people were obsessed with Good Girls when it came out. Good moms turned badass criminals for the sake of their family might be the only thing we needed to get us hooked on this show. The show is about three moms who rob a grocery store because they need money for their kids. One of the moms needs money because her daughter has huge medical bills, the other wants her boy to just be happy and give him everything he wants, and the last one is trying to get her family out of financial debt.

As a result, the three of them decide to rob the grocery store where one of the moms works. They end up taking a lot more money than they expected. Turns out, that money belonged to a criminal and now he wanted his money back. The show is just getting interesting honestly, so I won’t spoil it for you. If you have not watched it yet, then go on Netflix right now and binge-watch it. You will not be disappointed. But we do have some bad news for Good Girls fans and new viewers.

Related: Leading Ladies Of Good Girls Feature In Emmy Magazine

Good Girls gets canceled after four seasons

NBC cancels Good Girls after four seasons

The bad news is that Good Girls will not be getting a fifth season. As much as we were hooked on the story, NBC has decided to cancel the show after four seasons. Till now, Netflix has three seasons of Good Girls that you can watch and we are getting the final season on July 21. However, NBC has decided to put an end to the show after four seasons. Mae Whitman, who is one of the moms on the show posted a bunch of pictures with her co-stars on Instagram and wrote:

Feel too sad and confused to look at my phone. Love my pals on this cast so much and love you guys who loved the show. It was such a joy being Annie and I’m forever grateful to you for supporting us. K me go cry now.

Whitman wrote back in May about NBC cancelling the show after four seasons, in which she said:

We would like very much to not get canceled. Apparently, we are in a bubble which means [NBC’s] considering not bringing us back.  Let NBC and Netflix know how much you love us.

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