The good news is true. The Good Girls TV show on NBC is renewed for season two, with a start date TBD. For its first couple of episodes, the Jenna Banns dramedy did pretty well in the Nielsens for any scripted NBC TV series not named This Is Us. After that, it shed viewers for a few weeks, before stabilizing and ending up in about the middle of the pack. While it was renewed, this one could have gone either way.
A dark NBC comedy-drama, Good Girls stars Christina Hendricks, Retta, Mae Whitman, Matthew Lillard, Reno Wilson, Manny Montana, Lidya Jewett, Izzy Stannard, and David Hornsby. The action centers on three suburban mothers who have been struggling to get by. After a series of setbacks leaves them desperate, they decide to hold up the local Fine & Frugal supermarket, but their take far exceeds their expectations. Soon, they’re in deep with the local crime boss, and these “good girls” find themselves with a basket full of bad choices.
Good Girls: A Look at the Ratings
Although NBC has not yet issued a Good Girls second season renewal press release, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed the season two pickup.
What do you think? Are you a fan of the Good Girls TV series? Did you think NBC would cancel or renew this TV show for a second season?