NBC’s ‘Good Girls’ Canceled After Four Seasons

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Comedy/drama Good Girls, which centers on three best friends in desperate circumstances who create their own criminal enterprise, has been canceled. The remaining five episodes of the series’ fourth and final season will continue to air on NBC.

Good Girls was the last of four NBC series whose futures were not immediately clear when the broadcaster announced its 2021-2022 programming lineup, joining Manifest, Debris, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist — all of which were canceled. There were efforts made to move the series to Netflix, but those efforts did not pan out because of financial reasons.

Good Girls stars Retta (Parks and Recreation), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), and Mae Whitman (The Owl House) as Ruby, Beth, and Annie, respectively. When Ruby is faced with a significant financial and personal challenge, the best friends band together to help her out by establishing their own criminal operation that grows and expands very quickly — oftentimes outside of their control.

Watch the first three seasons of Good Girls on Netflix. Catch the fourth and final season, including the final five episodes, on NBC on Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST.

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