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Ginny And Georgia Season 2: How Many Episodes Are In The Season 2?

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The second season of Ginny and Georgia season 2 is on its way, and we are all excited for this Netflix Original.

The two weren’t on the best of terms last time we checked.

Ginny comes to know that her mother actually killed Kenny. So she takes her brother, Austin, steals Marcus’ motorcycle, and drives away. From the sophomore season’s trailer, it looks like the two make amends, and the siblings return home.

Sarah Lampert created this series with Debra J. Fisher being the showrunner.
Other than the titular characters – Antonia Gentry and Brianne Howey, the cast of this next chapter involves

Diesel La Torraca as Austin
Jennifer Robertson as Ellen
Felix Mallard as Marcus
Sara Waisglass as Maxine
and Scott Porter as Mayor Paul Randolph.

So how many episodes are in Ginny and Georgia season 2?

The second season of Ginny and Georgia will have a total of 10 episodes. The upcoming chapter in this story will debut on Thursday, January 5th, 2023, on Netflix. All episodes will have a runtime of about an hour.

In Season 2, we see Ginny struggling to come to terms with knowing her mother is a murderer.

Georgia committed the act to protect her daughter. The southern gal would, however, like to keep her past in the past, but it has a tendency not to stay there. On top of that, Georgia also needs to focus on planning her wedding.

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