Good Girls (TV series)
|Created by||Jenna Bans|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||14 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||41–44 minutes|
|Distributor||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||February 26, 2018 –|
Good Girls is an American crime comedy-drama television series created by Jenna Bans that premiered on NBC on February 26, 2018. The series is executive produced by Bans, Dean Parisot (who directed the pilot) and Jeannine Renshaw for Universal Television. On May 7, 2018, NBC renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on March 3, 2019.
The series follows three suburban Detroit mothers, two of whom are sisters, who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They are tired of having everything taken away from them so they decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they're in for more than they bargained. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether than just the money.
Cast and characters
- Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland, a mother of four and housewife whose car salesman husband cheated on her
- Retta as Ruby Hill, Beth's best friend, a waitress who is struggling to pay for her daughter Sara's kidney disease treatments
- Mae Whitman as Annie Marks, Beth's younger sister and mother of Sadie 
- Reno Wilson as Stan Hill, Ruby's mall-cop-turned-actual-cop husband
- Manny Montana as Rio, a criminal who has a money laundering business
- Lidya Jewett as Sara Hill, Ruby's and Stan's daughter who has kidney disease
- Isaiah Stannard as Sadie Marks, Annie's and Gregg's daughter who is bullied
- Matthew Lillard as Dean Boland, Beth's cheating car salesman husband who made bad decisions with their money
- Zach Gilford as Gregg, Sadie's father who is trying to sue Annie for full custody
- Sally Pressman as Nancy, Gregg's (now pregnant) wife
- David Hornsby as Leslie Petersen, A.K.A. Boomer, Annie's deplorable boss at the supermarket (season 1-2)
- James Lesure as Agent Jimmy Turner, an affable FBI agent who's investigating Rio
- Kaitlyn Oechsle as Emma Boland, Beth and Dean's youngest child
- Allison Tolman as Mary Pat, an unlikely wolf in sheep's clothing who complicates the ladies' lives
- Lauren Stamile as Gretchen Zorada, Rio's lawyer (season 2)
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||10||February 26, 2018||April 30, 2018|
|2||13||March 3, 2019||TBA|
Season 1 (2018)
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|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"Pilot"||Dean Parisot||Jenna Bans||February 26, 2018||5.98|
|A Fine & Frugal grocery store is robbed by three masked assailants. Flashbacks show Beth Boland is a mother of four and her husband Dean owns a car dealership. Her sister Annie works at the Fine & Frugal and is a single parent. Their friend Ruby is the mother of a daughter who is very ill. The three friends meet at the diner Ruby works at and jokingly discuss robbing Annie's grocery store. Later, Beth finds out her husband is having an affair and they are in danger of losing their house. This prompts her to agree to the plan to rob the grocery. The three ladies rob the grocery store and make away with $500,000. They agree not to spend it, as that was much more money than they anticipated, but soon each lady spends a fair amount of their portion. Soon thereafter, Beth arrives home to three gang members in her kitchen. They want the money back that they were housing at the grocery store. The ladies attempt to recoup the money but still find themselves short. Annie's boss, Boomer, shows up at her apartment to tell her he knows she was one of the robbers because he saw her back tattoo. He wants sexual favors in exchange for his silence. After attempting to rape her, Beth hears Annie's pleas from the bathroom and confronts Boomer. When he threatens to tell the police, Beth hits him over the head with a bottle of liquor and he subsequently falls through a glass table and lays there motionless.|
|2||2||"Mo Money, Mo Problems"||Alberto Del Rey||Jeannine Renshaw||March 5, 2018||5.36|
|Beth and Annie reveal to Ruby that they are holding Boomer captive in Beth's backyard in a tree-house. The ladies try to figure out how to get the money to pay back the gang. When the ladies meet at the diner to discuss what to do next, Rio tells them that they have until the following day to pay the money back. Ruby comes up with a plan to ransom Boomer and get his wealthy grandmother to give them the money. They attempt to break in but discover that she is home. Pretending to be home helpers, they snoop around the apartment but Beth starts to feel bad and refuses to steal the money. Rio and the gang show up the next day and the ladies try to appeal to him with antique figurines they stole from Boomer's grandmother. Fearing death, Beth makes an impassioned plea that saves their lives. Shortly thereafter, Boomer breaks out of the tree-house. When they find him, Annie takes a picture of his privates and tells him she is sending it to her daughter. She threatens to go to the police with the photo if he goes to the police about them. Later, Beth finds her son in her backyard with Rio. He asks Beth for help and asks if her and the other ladies have passports.|
|3||3||"Borderline"||Kenneth Fink||Jenna Lamia||March 12, 2018||4.46|
|Beth explains to the ladies that Rio wants them to travel to Canada and bring a package back for him. In exchange, he will clear their debt. In need of a car, the ladies steal one from Dean's dealership but are unaware that Boomer is following them. Once they get to Canada, the man who is supposed to give them the package refuses to do so. After Beth and Annie fail to get through to him, Ruby decides to scare him with Stan's gun but accidentally shoots him in the foot. After they get the package, they are pulled over at the border and subjected to a search of their vehicle. They pass the search and discover that the package they have is filled with wrapping paper and counterfeit money printed inside. They bring the money to Rio's warehouse and he tells them their debt is cleared. Later, Dean informs Beth that the cops have been notified about the car missing from his lot. The ladies then decide to drown the car in a nearby lake. The delay causes Annie to be late for her custody meeting. Beth calls Rio to discuss something.|
|4||4||"Atom Bomb"||Dean Parisot||Nicole Paulhus||March 19, 2018||4.07|
|Beth wakes to discover one of Rio's associates in her daughter's bed. Rio tells the ladies that he will pay them cash if they let his friend hide out there until he returns for him. But upon waking up, the man leaves and takes Beth's minivan. Beth's son wants a lavish birthday party and Dean tells him that they will throw him one. This prompts Beth to buy all the necessary items, so she can then return them within 30 days. Ruby deals with a rude customer and when he burns his hand on a skillet, he accuses her of neglect. Ruby cannot bring herself to apologize and she gets fired. Sadie tells Annie that guys at school have been pulling her pants down, asking her what she is. When Rio's associate turns back up to return Beth's car, Annie takes him to the school where he warns the bullies to stop messing with Sadie. Boomer takes his suspicions about the ladies and their trip to Canada to the FBI, who do not believe him. At the birthday party, Rio shows up to say that he will not be paying the ladies since they did not actually keep his friend there. Boomer, having dropped the cake off at the party, catches a glimpse of Rio and takes a picture which he sends to the FBI. The ladies offer to clean Rio's fake cash for him, in exchange for 12.5% of the cut. Dean tells Beth that he has cancer. Later, the FBI agent Boomer has been talking to shows up at Beth's front door.|
|5||5||"Taking Care of Business"||Sarah Pia Anderson||Des Moran||March 26, 2018||4.28|
|FBI Agent Turner asks the Bolands if they have noticed anything odd in the neighborhood and Beth assures him she has not. Shortly thereafter, bags of money that need to be cleaned show up in the trunks of the ladies' cars. They meet with Rio and discuss their concerns due to the FBI poking around. He tells them he is not worried and he is not taking the money back. They have to find a way to pay him back. The ladies execute their plan to buy a large amount of appliances with the fake cash. Annie meets an employee at the electronics store and he comes over to her apartment. He leaves in the middle of the night and takes her receipt for the televisions she bought with him. After tracking him to his apartment, the ladies discover he is married and he threw the receipt in the trash to hide any potential evidence. The ladies weed through the trash and eventually find the receipt. Agent Turner visits the Bolands again and shows Beth a picture of Rio. She denies knowing him, but later says she will talk to the agent later when her kids are not around. Ruby's daughter has a seizure and they find out that she has not been taking her medicine because she feels better and wanted to save it for when she was not feeling well. Beth meets with Rio and he tells her to tell the FBI that they are having an affair. Beth then tells Agent Turner she had a one-night stand with Rio.|
|6||6||"A View From the Top"||So Yong Kim||Marc Halsey||April 2, 2018||4.04|
|The FBI finds the car that the ladies ditched after their trip to Canada. Ruby thinks the ladies should quit the money laundering business and meet with Rio to say they want out. However, at the meeting Beth asks for more money to launder. The ladies bring in help to clean the money faster, using the cover of a secret shopper ring. Agent Turner visits Dean and tells him that Beth was the one who stole the car from his dealership and dumped it in the lake. Dean covers for his wife, but confronts her about it. He assumes that she was taken advantage of by Rio and she agrees with him. After Annie's co-worker loses $20,000 worth of merchandise, the ladies have to steal the merchandise back so they aren't short on their next payment. Ruby's old boss stops by the house, alerting Stan to the fact that Ruby has been lying about still working at the diner. She later comes clean to Stan by showing him her cut of money and using the secret shopper scam as a cover. Boomer buys a large amount of drugs and plants them in Annie's locker at work. Annie comes clean to Boomer's grandmother about stealing from her. Beth tells Dean that she willingly agreed to the trip to Canada.|
|7||7||"Special Sauce"||Sharat Raju||Bill Krebs||April 9, 2018||4.28|
|Dean confronts Beth over the money she showed him previously, but she doesn't tell him where it came from. The ladies expand the secret shopper cover so they can clean the money even faster. With the money coming in quicker, the ladies all treat themselves. The FBI picks up the gang member that stayed at the Boland's a few weeks back and coerce him into helping with their case against Rio. Rio and company shows up at Beth's, hold the ladies at gunpoint and tells them that they slipped in fake cash with the real cash. They reveal that they have other people washing the money and he tells them he wants the name of the person who is cheating him so he can handle it. Instead, the ladies devise a plan to catch the person who isn't following through with purchasing items and returning them. Annie gets arrested when she returns to work over the drugs Boomer planted in her locker. The ladies figure out that single mom, Mary Pat, has been turning the fake money back in. She soon figures out that the secret shopper cover is a scam and blackmails the ladies into giving her $10,000. Gregg and Annie bond over YouTube videos and end up sleeping together. After giving Mary Pat the money she requested, she tells them that she wants that same amount every month going forward.|
|8||8||"Shutdown"||Nzingha Stewart||Mark Wilding||April 16, 2018||4.24|
|Beth wakes up and realizes that all the fake money she has been storing at home is missing. She meets with Rio, who tells her that he is shutting down his operation due to the pressure from the FBI. Each of the ladies gets back into their "old" lives to make money. One month later, the ladies are short of their next payment to Mary Pat. At Sarah's soccer game, Mary Pat spots Ruby and Stan and subtlety hints to Ruby that she will go to the police if she does not get paid. The ladies then decide that to get the money, they will need to commit another robbery. Ruby finds out that Sarah has been shoplifting at school. She later takes Sarah to the local police station so she can be "scared straight". After gleaning some information from Nancy about her spas, the ladies each target a different spa for the robbery. Each lady makes out with a large amount of injectables. Once they fail to move the product, Beth confides in Dean about the situation. He takes the product to his doctor friend and he's able to move the injectables. While visiting Stan at work, Ruby learns that the man from Rio's gang that stayed at the Boland's is the one helping the police. She relays this information to the other ladies.|
|9||9||"Summer of the Shark"||Michael Weaver||Bill Krebs & Jeannine Renshaw||April 23, 2018||3.95|
|The ladies continue to discuss telling Rio about his associate, Eddie, that flipped on him to the FBI. When Rio asks them to pick up some trucks for him, the ladies agree but then chicken out. Ruby decides to get stoned with Stan and inquire if the cops know anything about the trucks. With assurance that the police most likely do not know anything about the trucks, the ladies go through with the plan and each drive off in a truck. Beth is pulled over shortly after leaving the garage. After seeing Mary Pat at the grocery and seeing Annie pay for all her groceries, Boomer goes to Teddy to get more information on her. Later, he attends her church and the two spark up a conversation, that leads Boomer back to Mary Pat's house where he sets up a recording device in her living room. Beth learns she was pulled over due to the truck not having a license plate. She talks her way out of getting in trouble and goes to Rio who informs her it was a test to see if she would talk to the cops. Beth is extremely angry and Rio tells her that their partnership is over. The ladies become convinced that Rio will want them dead, so the ladies decide that it may be best to flip on Rio.|
|10||10||"Remix"||Sarah Pia Anderson||Jenna Bans||April 30, 2018||4.04|
|While the ladies ponder ways to turn Rio in without incriminating themselves, Rio meets with agent Turner and threatens him. With a kidney available for Sara, Ruby and Stan write the hospital a bad check for $87,000. Later, Annie comes up with a plan to rob the grocery store again, as a means to get enough money for Ruby and also lead the FBI to the money Rio lauders through there. This time, Annie stays on duty to help Ruby open the vault and secure the cash. Beth also leaves information behind for the FBI. Annie is caught by Tyler, but they make a deal and she tells the cops he is a hero in exchange for his silence. Mary Pat finds the recording device Boomer planted in her house. She goes to Beth who tells her about who Boomer really is. Later, Boomer goes to Mary Pat's and she records him admitting to forcing himself on Annie. Dean gets into an accident and at the hospital Beth finds out that he does not have cancer. She also sees on television that Rio has been arrested. Ruby pays for the kidney surgery with the money from the robbery. Stan confronts her about robbing the grocery store. Beth returns home to Rio, who has beaten Dean up. He then gives Beth a gun and tells her to pull the trigger if she wants to be the boss.|
Season 2 (2019)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||US viewers|
|11||1||"I'd Rather Be Crafting"||Michael Weaver||Bill Krebs||March 3, 2019||2.75|
|Beth cleans up the blood from the aftermath of Rio's gun challenge to her. Stan chooses to sleep on the couch, disgusted by Ruby's actions. The grocery store crime scene reveals a potential new piece of evidence. Boomer annoys Agent Turner, but then decides to lean on Beth to get her to confess. The ladies devise a scheme to intercept the evidence but their own moral values kick in. Stan chooses family over his career. Annie and Gregg continue their antics, almost blowing their cover to Sadie. Dean is depressed, knowing he will require a long recovery. Boomer blackmails Mary Pat in a most unique way. Rio reminds the ladies of a problem they have, which must be dealt with, giving them a tool that may help.|
|12||2||"Slow Down, Children at Play"||Michael Weaver||Jeannine Renshaw||March 10, 2019||2.46|
|The ladies choose to punish Boomer, which overwhelms Beth and disappoints Annie. Dean's depression continues but still gripes about the missing stop sign in front of their house. Agent Turner gets suspicious that Boomer may have been threatened. Dean chooses to go back to work. Annie attends Gregg and Nancy's gender reveal party, initially having an epiphany about how to raise money, but later finding herself starting to bond with Nancy. Mary Pat starts to get nervous as her wedding approaches, annoying Annie. Stan and Ruby start to reconcile. Gregg and Annie are busted. Beth chooses to resolve the stop sign problem on her own. With Rio holding a gun to her, Beth admits her failures to him, awaiting the consequences.|
|13||3||"You Have Reached The Voicemail Of Leslie Peterson"||Dylan K. Massin||Emily Halpern & Sarah Haskins||March 17, 2019||2.36|
|Rio gives Beth some advice. The ladies try to track down the whereabouts of Boomer, enlisting the help of Mary Pat. Annie chooses to be the one to do the deed given her personal history with him. Mary Pat gets a surprise visit from Boomer who in turn gets a surprise himself. Ruby gets an idea from Sara's schoolwork as to how to get out of the ladies' current dilemma. Annie asks Nancy for a favor. The ladies deal with guilt regarding their latest activity. Mary Pat goes to Agent Turner about Boomer. Beth and Dean talk about the "book club". Ruby makes a confession to Stan. Rio mails Beth a key, leading to a storage locker.|
|14||4||"Pick Your Poison"||Phil Traill||Jenna Lamia||March 24, 2019||2.31|
|15||5||"Everything Must Go"||TBA||TBA||March 31, 2019||TBD|
|16||6||"Take Off Your Pants"||TBA||TBA||April 7, 2019||TBD|
Originally, Kathleen Rose Perkins was cast in the role of Beth in the pilot. Later it was confirmed she had left the project and the role would be recast. Christina Hendricks was announced as her replacement on July 10, 2017. In October 2018, it was reported that Lauren Stamile had joined the cast in a recurring role as Gretchen Zorada for the series second season.
The first season was filmed at Third Rail Studios in Doraville, Georgia. For the second season, the series relocated its production to Los Angeles to take advantage of tax incentives provided by the California Film Commission under its "Program 2.0" initiative.
|Season||Timeslot (ET)||Episodes||First aired||Last aired||TV season||Rank||Avg. viewers|
|1||Monday 10:00 pm||10||February 26, 2018||5.98||April 30, 2018||4.04||2017–18||71||6.07|
|2||Sunday 10:00 pm||TBA||March 3, 2019||2.75||TBA||TBD||2018–19||TBD||TBD|
|1||"Pilot"||February 26, 2018||1.5/6||5.98||0.6||2.02||2.1||8.00|
|2||"Mo Money, Mo Problems"||March 5, 2018||1.3/5||5.36||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|3||"Borderline"||March 12, 2018||1.0/4||4.46||0.5||1.56||1.5||6.02|
|4||"Atom Bomb"||March 19, 2018||1.0/4||4.07||0.5||N/A||1.5||N/A|
|5||"Taking Care of Business"||March 26, 2018||0.9/4||4.28||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|6||"A View From the Top"||April 2, 2018||0.9/3||4.04||0.5||1.69||1.4||5.73|
|7||"Special Sauce"||April 9, 2018||1.0/4||4.28||0.5||1.55||1.5||5.84|
|8||"Shutdown"||April 16, 2018||0.9/4||4.24||0.5||N/A||1.4||N/A|
|9||"Summer of the Shark"||April 23, 2018||0.9/4||3.95||0.4||1.46||1.3||5.41|
|10||"Remix"||April 30, 2018||0.9/4||4.04||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|1||"I'd Rather Be Crafting"||March 3, 2019||0.7/3||2.75||0.6||1.84||1.3||4.59|
|2||"Slow Down, Children at Play"||March 10 2019||0.6/3||2.46||0.6||1.83||1.2||4.30|
|3||"You Have Reached The Voicemail Of Leslie Peterson"||March 17, 2019||0.5/3||2.36||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|4||"Pick Your Poison"||March 24, 2019||0.6/3||2.31||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 59% based on 46 reviews, with an average rating of 6.34/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "The plot of Good Girls may not be entirely believable, but the strong performances from its lead actresses are." Metacritic, which uses a normalized rating to reviews, assigned a weight average score of 60 out of 100, based on 21 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".
|2019||Satellite Awards||Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical Series||Christina Hendricks||Nominated|||
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