The American crime comedy-drama Good Girls, conveys that women are not just meant to be always good, honest, and humble. The show makes us realize that there are other facets of a woman, too and how they can still be good even when they are surrounded by transgressions. The show has been created by Jenna Bans and had debuted on NBC on February 26, 2018.
With the three hilarious seasons, the show has definitely carved a niche for itself, and we may not be surprised if it’s coming for a fourth outing too. Here’s everything you want to know about Good Girls season 4:
Good Girls season 4 release date: When will it arrive?
The third season of Good Girls consisted of 16 episodes, which premiered on February 16, 2020. However, due to ongoing pandemic, the third season was shortened to 11 episodes, with the last episode ‘Synergy’ wrapped up on May 3.
As of now, no official release date has been confirmed yet. If all goes well, we might expect the fourth season to arrive in 2021.
Good Girls season 4 cast: Who’ll return and who’ll join?
Except for a few changes, the casting of Good Girls seasons four will remain the same as the preceding one. The following includes the major cast members:
- Christina Hendrix as Beth
- Manny Montana as Rio
- Matthew Lillard as Dean
- Zach Clifford as Greg
- Rita as Ruby Hill
- Reno Wilson as Stanley Hill
- Mae Whitman as Annie Marx
Good girls four plot: What will happen?
Good Girls revolves around the story of three women who are facing familial and financial hardships. In order to meet their finances and solve their family issues, they are forced into robbery and money laundering under the supremacy of a crime boss Rio. Soon, they realize they have become too involved in transgressions to quit it.
The fifth episode of season four gave us a glance of an undercover detective Phoebe doing some sleuthing on Ruby’s phone. So, we will get to see many more new twists involving fraud, robbery, trauma, and guilt.
Good Girls 4 trailer:
As of now, there’s no trailer landed yet. With the third season on a halt, we can’t expect any footage to happen soon.