Netflix’s ‘Ginny & Georgia’ is utterly unique yet wildly predictable

Despite the admirable uniqueness of every Netflix show, you know what to expect of a classic binge: Some soapy drama, a dash of the unrealistic, a charismatic cast, and a gaggle of twists. Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia has all of this, yet somehow manages to be almost boring even as it flies by.
Ginny & Georgia, created by Sarah Lampert, is about our titular daughter and mother — aged roughly 15 years apart — played respectively by Antonia Gentry and Brianne Howey. Episode 1 proclaims they are “the Gilmore girls, but with bigger boobs!” but the reference is only for show; Ginny and Georgia couldn’t be more different from their alliterative namesakes, and we learn that quick enough. The family (along with adorable little brother Austin, played by Diesel La Torraca) has just moved to a quaint little Massachusetts town in hopes of starting fresh and escaping the past. Read more…More about Netflix, Tv Review, Entertainment, Streaming Services, and Movies Tv Shows
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