Good Girls will most likely return for a fourth season and will eventually be available on Netflix in the majority of regions around the world, but a lot will depend on where you live. Season four of Good Girls is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on the following dates.
Although it’s possible that you’re already familiar with the series, here’s a refresher. The show is an NBC sitcom starring Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman, who have been slowly but gradually slipping down the rabbit hole by combining their mundane stay-at-home Mom routine with money laundering.
If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll note that the third season’s batch of episodes was slightly shorter than average. That’s because the show was shortened due to COVID-19, which resulted in the creation being shortened. Unlike other shows that resumed production after (the best example being The Walking Dead), Good Girls actually opted to cut season three short, with 11 episodes instead of the expected 16.
Season four was resurrected very early, with news arriving in May. On March 7th, 2021, the new season will debut.
Outside of the United States, the show is available on Netflix as a Netflix Original. Of default, it belongs in the Netflix exclusive global distribution group.
As previously reported, Netflix does not receive weekly episodes of any of its shows outside of the United States. You’ll have to wait a few months after the series’ end. That will most likely happen during the summer, so don’t expect it to appear on Netflix outside of the United States until late summer or early autumn. This could change at any moment, so bookmark this tab.
Season four will most likely be the last to arrive in the United States, but the good news is that it will.
Netflix US has traditionally licenced the series early in the year, following the premiere of the new season on NBC. In recent years, new seasons are said to have begun in January (February for the case of the year).
With that in mind, the fourth season of Great Girls is scheduled to premiere on Netflix in the United States in January or February 2022. However, with the delayed launch on NBC, this could be pushed back even further. If you can’t wait, you can watch the show live on television or on Peacock or the NBC app.