Though it’s pretty binge worthy, Ginny & Georgia cannot manage to execute a reasonable storyline with all likable characters.
Brianne Howey is great alongside the show’s ensemble, and what crashes down is made up for with cute moments that somehow manage to take you back to older times.
2 months ago
The end of this season is pointless definitely waiting for next season and expecting good meaningful end.
Here georgia has done incredible job.
I loved her character, pretty , unpredictable, sharp, killer and witty.
Ginny character was irritating through out🙃
4 months ago
If Ginny & Georgia can't quite pull off its tonally ambitious first season, it's at least entertaining to watch it try.
5 months ago
Woah! Had me hooked! I never fully understood the motives of the characters, specifically Ginny. But overall binge-worthy just to see how their STUPID actions play out in the story.
5 months ago
Well the time has officially come where the mum to a teenager is the same age as me 😄 frightening
There is SO much I love about this show. Blitzed through the whole series in one go. Watched that real quick 👏🏼
Glorifies sex and drugs for teens, mostly in earlier eps, wouldn't want my teenage niece watching it. Some bits are a bit stereotypical, some bits so cringe I had to pause and brace myself through 😄 can't quite deal.
There are so many things I really liked about this series. Liked the depths of the mum's past. She is actually a brilliant actress, how you can see that flip of a switch to robotically turning off emotions.. Really well portrayed. Her character can definitely cause the show to have a lotttt of plot possibilities. Best friend Max (Sara Waisglass) is a show stealer for me, she's so funny. Remember her from Degrassi, nice to see her on something else. Actually like the Abby character a lot (Katie Douglas) and really wish she got a bit more recognition and to be more seen. Hopefully next season. There's actually a lot to be delved into fully so lots of room to move.
One stereotype they actually broke which I really liked is how the gay friend didn't fit the normal "gay" boxes of how they talk, walk, wear, act... that was very well done. I know a lot of people who feel they have to adapt to a stereotype once they identify as something but should be shown more by media to not have to change ✅ media can depict what something is but it also has the power to change and influence perspective and expectations. Seeing my nieces and nephews grow up, all their expectations are created from what media tells them; no matter how hard I try to tell them otherwise, the media is so real seeming that it sells a story into existence by pretending it already was. And actually creates toxic cultures by making it expected and accepted. And it sells with a façade of good and promise, like saying 'it's cool to be different now.. but only this kind of different'.. and so everyone again becomes the same and different really isn't cool. It looks like progress but just a redefinition. I digress. So back on point, media is powerful and I like that they shifted that stereotype. 😅😇
Guilty pleasure show? Absolutely yes.
So excited for more? 100%
5 months ago
En virkelig fangende serie, med forskellige kulturer i sig. Den er virkelig glum og moody, og det gør den bare det det er, troede det var en serie om at bo i forstaden, med en let stemning til sig, men denne serie bære mange hemmeligheder med sig, og mange forskellige røde tråde som alligevel, giver mening til sidst.
Glæder mig til sæson 2!
I find both Ginny and Georgia to be incredibly unlikeable.
I never understood it at all.
Keeps you on your toes till the end