NBC’s cancellation of the series Good Girls disappointed fans, but also the actresses of the series Christina Hendricks and Mae Whitman, who shared their sadness on Instagram.
Four seasons and then go! NBC has ruled, series Good Girls will not have a fifth season, according to Variety. The agreement envisaged so that the soap opera produced by Universal could continue on Netflix would no longer be valid. However, the platform will broadcast in France, as planned, the five remaining episodes of the fourth and therefore last season, unless there is a possible twist. In the series created by Jenna Bans, Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta play mothers living in a suburb of Detroit, in the United States, who rob a supermarket. Those that look more like “bad girls” only to “good girls” find themselves working for Rio, the leader of the local gang. A character who takes them straight to money laundering.
The emotion of the actresses of the series
On Instagram, the actresses accuse the blow. “Well, we gave everything. We really did. Thank you to our amazing fans over the years for all your passion and support ”, wrote Christina Hendricks, the interpreter of Beth, in the caption of an image where we see her character hiding Annie’s eyes, played by Mae Whitman, so as not to see the reality of the announcement of the end of Good Girls. The same visual had also been published a few minutes earlier by this actress on the same social network.
Other NBC series stop
Today Christina Hendricks is shocked that Good Girls after four seasons, yet initially, she did not believe this story could last more than one episode. “Originally when I read the pilot script I thought to myself: ‘I love it, but i can’t imagine this is more than one episode‘“, had she revealed in the columns of Guardian early June. According to Variety, Good Girls isn’t the only series to be shut down by NBC. Zoey and her amazing Playlist and Manifest will not be renewed either. For other series like This is us (sixth season) and Brooklyn nine-nine (eighth season), this should be their last season.
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