NBC's dark dramedy 'Good Girls' renewed for season 3
'Good Girls' became the first series on a Big 4 broadcast network to land a deal under Netflix's co-licensing model
Created by Jenna Bans, the dark dramedy 'Good Girls' will continue their journey to break bad. The NBC-run series recently revealed it has been renewed for the third season starring Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman.
“We’re so excited to continue following the friendship and adventures of these three incredible women while also exploring relatable issues in both funny and surprising ways,” said Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta, Co-Presidents of Scripted Programming, NBC Entertainment, in a statement. “Congratulations to Jenna Bans, and our amazing writers, cast and crew who give these stories depth and humanity.”
'Good Girls' became the first series on a Big 4 broadcast network to land a deal under Netflix's co-licensing model. This deal helped the series land a second season after its debut last year. Even though the series' season 2 ratings weren't as good as season 1, NBC has renewed 'Good Girl' for another season.
So far, in season 2, 'Good Girls' has averaged a 1.1 rating in adults 18-49 (year-olds) and 4.1 million viewers overall in “live plus seven day” ratings from Nielsen Media Research. The most recent telecast of 'Good Girls' on April 7 delivered a four-week high in total viewers, according to “live plus same day”, and equaled the show’s top 18-49 rating since its March 3 season premiere.
When it comes to the digital front 'Good Girls' has broken its series record for best seven-day, non-linear viewership with each new episode so far this season. This allows the show to double its digital delivery, this season versus last.
Apart from creating the series, Bans also executive produces the series along with Jeannine Renshaw, Mark Wilding, and Bill Krebs. Michael Weaver directs and executive produces.