NBC canceled the series good girls Fans were disappointed, but also soap opera actresses Christina Hendricks and Mae Whitmer who shared their grief on Instagram.
Four seasons then go! NBC has ruled, serial good girls It won’t have a fifth season, according to diverse. Perceived agreement that a TV series produced by Universal could continue on Netflix would not be valid. However, the platform in France will broadcast, as planned, the remaining five episodes of the fourth season and thus the last season, unless there is a possible distortion. at Series created by Jenna BanesAnd the Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Rita play mothers living in a suburb of Detroit, USA, who rob a store. The ones that look more like “Bad Girls” just to “good girls” They find themselves working for Ryo, the leader of the local gang. A character that takes them straight to money laundering.
The passion of the actresses of the series
on instagram, Actresses Accusing the blow. “we will, We gave it all. We really did. Thank you to our wonderful fans over the years for all your passion and support.”Christina Hendricks, Beth’s translator, wrote in a caption to one of the photos where we see her character hiding the eyes of Annie, played by Mae Whitman, So we don’t see the truth of the end announcement good girls. The same visual was also posted a few minutes ago by this actress on the same social network.
Another NBC series discontinued
Christina Hendricks was shocked today! good girls After four seasons, however, at first, you didn’t think this story could last more than one episode. “Originally when I read the demo script, I thought to myself: ‘I love him, but I can’t imagine this is more than one episode““, has been revealed in columns guardian beginning of June. according to diverseAnd the good girls Not the only series being closed down by NBC. Zoe and her awesome playlist And the Shows It will not be renewed either. For other series like this is us (season six) and Brooklyn nine nine (Season 8), this should be the last season.
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