After NBC abruptly canceled the sitcom after season 5 was approved, everyone’s favorite nice ladies returned for one final crazy adventure last summer.
Season 4 is now available on Netflix in the UK, and viewers will be able to say their goodbyes to Christina Hendricks’ Beth, Retta’s Ruby, and Mae Whitman’s Annie.
But what’s in store for the suburban Michigan mothers who started a life of burglary, racketeering, and money laundering in season 1 – and kept going after that?
Good Girls season 4 release date
Season 4 of Good Girls premiered on NBC in March 2021, with the final episode showing on July 22nd, 2021.
Season 4 is finally available on Netflix as of Monday, March 7th, after a long wait.
The cast of Season 4 of Good Girls
Beth, Ruby, and Annie, the three suburban mothers at the core of this darkly comedic drama, are played by Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Retta (Parks and Recreation), and Mae Whitman (Arrested Development).
What happened in the third season of Good Girls?
Last season, the women were striving to move on after the (alleged) death of gang boss Rio at Beth’s hands – and the trio began their new illegal enterprise — money printing. However, Beth noticed that both Ruby and Annie were becoming more hesitant to return to the criminal world, and she felt increasingly separated from them.
Beth quickly learned that her past mistakes would come back to haunt her in more ways than one.
*Warning: mild spoilers ahead for season 3*
Agent Donnegan continued to monitor the women’s activities throughout the third season, and by the season’s sudden conclusion (season 3 was cut short owing to lockdown filming constraints), it was evident she was about to make her move.
Rio lived (unexpectedly), and despite Beth pointing a gun at him at the conclusion of season 2, the two were still having sexually charged banter by the end of season 3.
Trailer for Season 4 of Good Girls
The good news is that there’s a trailer to watch, indicating that Season 4 of Good Girls won’t be far in coming. You can see it in the video below: