The long-awaited dramedy Ginny & Georgia has now received its first full-length trailer for the second season on Netflix. The Season 1 finale, which was extremely emotional because Ginny (Antonia Gentry) learned of Georgia’s (Brianne Howey) murderous past, led to the complicated love-hate relationship between the titular mother and daughter becoming even more complicated, is hinted at in the trailer as a continuation of that relationship.
In the last moments of the first season, Ginny and her younger brother Austin (Diesel La Torraca) left town on a motorcycle owned by Marcus (Felix Mallard). Fans will finally get the answers they’ve been waiting for thanks to the new trailer and the series’ imminent return. It was a juicy cliffhanger that left audiences with lots of unanswered questions. Ginny believes she has finally identified her mother as a cold-blooded killer on the run after learning that her mother had a hand in her stepfather’s death, but as viewers are aware, things are not always as simple as that. In the opening scene of the trailer, Ginny is trying to get rid of her thoughts by going for a cathartic morning run, but they keep flooding her. Ginny screams loudly in frustration as she struggles to understand her mother’s behaviour.
When Georgia returned home from the greatest night of her life, Ginny told her that she had learned the truth about her stepfather’s passing. This was revealed in a flashback clip from the upcoming second season that was previously released by Netflix. Georgia is left broken and inconsolable after the shocking discovery, but judging by the new trailer, it appears that the mourning period was only fleeting in true Georgia fashion. Instead, she is seen resuming her new life as the fiancée of Paul, the city’s new mayor, without her children. Nick (Daniel Beirne), Georgia’s coworker, confronts her about her criminal activities at the mayor’s office, including embezzling money, revealing more of Georgia’s secrets at work.
The two-minute trailer also shows Ginny returning to her Wellsbury home. Although we aren’t given much information about her confrontation with her mother, it appears that both parties were able to patch things up as the trailer features humorous scenes of the two sharing a bed, hugging, and cracking jokes in a car. We also get a glimpse into Ginny’s romantic life; while her relationship with Marcus is developing beyond just sex, her ex-boyfriend Hunter (Mason Temple) is finding it difficult to move on. The trailer also hints at additional excitement, showing Austin’s father, who Georgia falsely accused of money laundering, visiting his kid at school and cocking and aiming her gun in another scene. The second season will pick up barely two weeks after the conclusion of the first, the streamer has previously stated. CHECK OUT THE TRAILER HERE: