“Good Girls” to End Their Crime Spree After Four Season at NBC

Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman in
Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman in "Good Girls"

It’s been four seasons since Good Girls started their wild crime spree that kept us on our toes, but their journey will soon be over. The beloved crime comedy has been canceled by NBC and it won’t be looking for a new home elsewhere.

The news comes shortly after the network canceled another two fan-favorite series—Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and Manifest. Unfortunately, there’s no hope that Good Girls could be shopped by other networks because Netflix had a chance to pick it up but passed on it due to financial reasons.

Good Girls premiered on NBC in 2018 and centered on the journey of three suburban moms as they foray into a life of crime after an unsuccessful attempt to rob a local supermarket. The series was led by Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman, and Retta, with Manny Montana, Reno Wilson, Matthew Lillard, and Isaiah Stannard in supporting roles.

Season 4 of Good Girls started its run on NBC earlier this spring, with new episodes coming out every week. There are five episodes left until the show’s finale, set to premiere on July 22nd.