Good Girls: Season 3 (2020)

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Air date: Feb 16, 2020

Beth makes a new friend while struggling to process her guilt over Rio's death; the women perfect their latest business venture just as Agent Turner and his surprising informant complicate their plans to launch.

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Air date: Feb 23, 2020

Beth makes a choice that surprises those around her just as an old foe from the past returns; Annie finds a helpful outlet on her road to self-improvement.

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Air date: Mar 1, 2020

A desperate Beth does everything she can to stay alive while dealing with the unexpected challenges of being a boss and finds help in the least likely of places; Dean suffers the ramifications of doing things differently at work.

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Air date: Mar 8, 2020

Beth takes a gamble to strike a new business deal, but it has consequences that put the women in an unwelcome position; Ruby worries her lifestyle is rubbing off on her family; Annie realizes she may have an inappropriate crush on someone.

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Air date: Mar 15, 2020

Sick of working for Rio, the women take drastic measures to strongarm Lucy, their unwitting partner in crime, with gruesome results.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2020

A guilty Beth convinces the women to go to grisly lengths to keep Max out of harm's way; Annie attempts to process her trauma without the help of Dr. Cohen; Ruby considers sabotaging a job opportunity that comes up for Stan.

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Air date: Mar 29, 2020

The women call on an unexpected ally to help Max seek revenge, but when their plans go awry, Ruby's life is put in jeopardy; a directionless Annie tries to find her purpose in life; Stan discovers his side hustle isn't what it seems.

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Air date: Apr 5, 2020

Beth agrees to pick up a mysterious package for Rio in order to get back in his good graces; just as Annie finds unexpected support from Josh, she receives devastating news about an old friend; Stan has a surprise for Ruby.

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Air date: Apr 19, 2020

Beth decides to find a solution to her Rio problem after he backs her into a corner; Ruby enlists Sara's reluctant help to replenish supplies after a key counterfeiting component dries up; Annie spirals after a vulnerable session.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2020

Beth begins to make moves toward the future just as a new member of law enforcement enters the women's orbit; a guilty Ruby goes too far trying to be a good person while Annie experiences self-doubt over her GED test.

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Cast & Crew

Christina Hendricks
Beth Boland

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Lidya Jewett
Sara Hill

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Matthew Lillard
Dean Boland

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Manny Montana
Rio

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Retta
Ruby Hill

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Mae Whitman
Annie Marks

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Reno Wilson
Stan Hill

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Carlos Aviles
Mick

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Rob Heaps
Josh

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Wesam Keesh
Max

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Julian Gant
JT

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Noureen DeWulf
Krystal

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Mason Shea Joyce
Danny

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Braxton Bjerken
Kenny

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Scarlett Abinante
Emma

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Wesley Kimmel
Tim

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Everleigh McDonell
Jane

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David Miranda
Marcus

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Danny Boyd Jr.
Harry

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Ione Skye
Gayle

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Jenna Bans
Executive Producer
Dean Parisot
Executive Producer
Jeannine Renshaw
Executive Producer
Mark Wilding
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Critic Reviews for Good Girls: Season 3

Audience Reviews for Good Girls: Season 3

  • Oct 23, 2021
    Pretty much more of the same from the previous 2 seasons … cascading & spiraling bad decisions. A little annoying while mildly entertaining.
  • Sep 03, 2021
    The worst season out of them all. Most of the reasoning of the characters didn't connect enough to what they should have done and the repetition of the whole premise of the show continues that it becomes harder to finish every week without letting out frustrations. You can feel that the showrunners are restraining themselves in exploring the more intriguing and interesting aspects of the show (e.g. crime world) and explicitly not giving some important characters the point of view they deserved for the audience to understand what are their reasons and motivations which would have helped the show to progress. It may be cut short for the pandemic-related reasons, the season itself feels like it doesn't know where to go and unnecessary storylines were added for nothing (e.g. Dean Boland). This season forgot the whole genre of the show and can't balanced them all the way season 1 and 2 did.
  • Jul 13, 2021
    Boring and frustrating. I was trying to figure out why all six pro reviewers gave S3 a thumbs-up, and then I realized they only reviewed the first 1-2 eps. #3 is where I saw the wheels come off the wagon. It felt as if the old writers and directors completed eps 1 and 2 and then left town without providing any guidance to the newbies. All the compelling elements from the premiere were subsequently bungled or dropped—the checks-cashing worker, Lucy's guileless goofiness, the cash-driven potential of Stan's new job. Worse, the 1-on-1 tension between Rio and Beth that was expertly generated by the agent's murder at the end of S2 got oversimplified and underwritten, and ultimately went nowhere at all. The characters barely developed, and in place of real tension, the script fell back on "gotcha" moments that were already a bit overripe in the previous seasons: Boomer's back! Rio sneaks up on Beth…again! The two central marriage stories grew a tiny bit, but Annie's WTWT with the least credible therapist in screen history (and that's saying something)? Please. And don't get me started on the plot holes. Or the self-conscious cameo of Andrew McCarthy as the world's most ineffective hit man, both in terms of killing people and in terms of moving the plot along. Oh, and if I could provide this review in the form of a needless, time-filling slow-motion music montage, I'd do it. I think there was an average about five of these per episode. Leaving an extra star in there because these great actors did the best they could with the crappy (absent?) script and directing they received. I'll watch S4 because, well…completion fetish. But S3 has set my expectations mighty low.
  • Jul 05, 2021
    Complete mess. Storyline is missing. Jumping off from here to there. Complete waste
  • Jun 16, 2021
    So confused why the audience rating is so low. It's easily become one of my standout favorites; among shows like Search Party, Suits, John Oliver, Fargo, Shameless and Succession. It might seem like it's silly or whatever, but the comedic aspect has had me laughing out loud more times than I can count. Give it a shot - you won't regret it.
  • Jun 15, 2021
    There are no consequences at all. Season 3 is the worst one yet.
  • Jun 07, 2021
    Gang banger dude Manny Montana needs some acting lessons. A hispanic accent and a smirk does not make you an actor. Almost a racist portrayal of what a criminal should be. The rest of this season is a circular story from writers that have run out if ideas.
  • May 25, 2021
    Can an entire season be a filler? This season 3 surely felt like it. A series of inconsequential events, with almost repercussions or none at all. No characters growth or evolution. Just an endless series of fragmented half/characters and events. And the moment something finally seems to be about to happen, the season finishes...So apparently yes, according to Good Girls screenwriters an entire season can be filler. Utterly pointless.
  • May 17, 2021
    I appreciate that I can find a realistic appraisal of a show on RT.
  • May 16, 2021
    Slogged through it but this was a one dimensional, stuck themed disappointment. The girls keep getting behind the 8-ball through their own actions and by the series writers forcing the plot to continually go against them. It's absurdly off balance! Life tends to go one way then pivots the opposite way. Not only that, there is a feel of spinning wheels with the girls' choices and actions. There should be some forward movement as they grow in understanding about their lives and how their choices so deeply impact those around them. They're supposedly good people caught in bad situations. Prove it to me. Empower these women now!

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