The executive producer of the Netflix family drama Ginny & Georgia has offered her perspective on what transpired  

Nearly 60 million households watched Ginny & Georgia when it launched on Netflix in 2021.  

The edgy, soap opera-like comedy, featuring titular characters Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and her young mother Georgia (Brianne Howey)  

The comedy is centered on their complicated relationship as they deal with both internal and external drama.

Sarah Lampert, the executive producer, and creator of the TV series Ginny & Georgia spoke about the conclusion of the second season in a TV Line interview.  

Following the dramatic cliffhanger of season 2, in which Georgia was unexpectedly jailed during her own wedding to Mayor Randolph (Scott Porter), Ginny & Georgia season 3 would pick up.   

Cynthia let out that sometimes she wished she could simply move on from him, and Georgia went into his room and smothered him with a pillow. 

The family’s life, notably those of daughter Ginny and her small son Austin, will undoubtedly be greatly affected by Georgia’s imprisonment (Diesel La Torraca). 

Due to Netflix’s recent quick content cuts, the future of the program is still highly questionable, which has some fans concerned about Ginny & Georgia’s standing at the streaming service. 

Mobster Tony (Lorraine Bracco) gets a panic attack and is sent to the psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Melfi, as written and directed by the series creator David Chase.