Summer seems like a lull for many, but not for Netflix. The platform has been busy for a few months, in which it has announced series cancellations and has reported new bets. One of the novelties of the production company is the creation of the series ‘Ginny & Georgia’, which will have ten episodes, as confirmed by Netflix. The series is about the relationship of “mother and daughter who is about to come of age”, and actresses Brianne Howey and Antonia Gentry will be in charge of giving life to mother (Georgia) and daughter (Ginny), respectively .
What’s the plot?
The series centers on Ginny Miller, a teenager who often feels more mature than her thirty-year-old mother, Georgia, a wild and charismatic thirty-something . Georgia wants to end an unstable life and put down roots in New England to give her family a more conventional life. For Ginny, this change of scenery will bring adventures in a very prestigious school, full of love affairs and new friends.
Other cast members include actors Diesel La Torraca, Jennifer Robertson, Felix Mallard , Sara Waisglass, Scott Porter, and Raymond Ablack . Diesel will play Austin, Ginny’s youngest son; Jennifer will play Ellen, the family’s neighboring mother; Félix and Sara will give life to two young twin brothers; Scott will be Paul Randolph the mayor of the city; and Raymond Ablack (‘ Narcos ‘) will play Joe, a coffee shop owner who can’t help but notice Georgia when Georgia moves to Wellsbury.
‘Ginny & Georgia’, ‘Gilmore Girls’ now?
An adolescent daughter with a lot of sense of responsibility, a young and dynamic mother in her thirties … The new Netflix series that arrives in 2020 seems like version 2.0 of ‘ Gilmore Girls ‘ , and it is not only the protagonists of the Netflix series resemble Rory and Lorelai, but even Joe, the owner of the cafeteria who is set in Georgia, could perfectly be Luke Danes, the owner of the mythical cafeteria from ‘Gilmore Girls’ who has an affair with Lorelai . Will ‘Ginny & Georgia’ surprise us by detaching itself from the Gilmore universe? We will have to wait for the launch of the series, which will arrive on Netflix in 2020.
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