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‘Ginny and Georgia’ Season 2 Release Date & Time

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Ginny and Georgia season 2 will make its way to Netflix on January 5th.

Everyone hoped for Ginny and Georgia season 2 to come out by the end of 2022, with Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarando previously speaking of a late 2022 release. Netflix has, however, decided to push the release into early 2023.

After the shocking season 1 finale, we all have a few questions –

  • What would Ginny do after knowing that her mom killed Kenny?
  • How will Georgia deal with Ginny knowing the truth about Kenny’s death?

Ginny and Georgia season 2 release date and time

The second season will make its way to Netflix on Thursday, January 5th, 2023, at 12:00 a.m. PT/3:00 a.m. ET. These times are only for the people living on the West Coast and East Coast of the United States. Those living in the Central time zone can expect the new episodes to be released at 2:00 a.m. CT on January 5th.

Season 2 consists of 10 episodes which have a 60-minute runtime. So it’s hard to go through the entire season in one sitting. However, you will obviously be able to watch a couple of episodes before heading to bed.

Ginny and Georgia season 2 parents guide and age rating

This new season has been rated TV-14. This means that it may not be appropriate for ages under 14. The reason for this age rating is the use of language, self-harm, sex, smoking, and substances. So, this show contains elements that most parents would find inappropriate for younger children.

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