NBC’s “fan-favorite” series ‘Good Girls‘ has been canceled after four successful seasons, on June 25.
Once the news regarding the cancellation of the crime-comedy series created by Jenna Bans, the stars jumped into their social media accounts so as to express that they were shocked by the updates.
Matthew Lillard, portraying ‘Dean Boland’ in the series, shared a photo from the series, showing his co-stars Christina Hendricks, Mae Margaret, and Retta and added the following message to express his sadness regarding the cancellation:
“Much love to everyone out there who loved the show. I loved doing it. We were so lucky.”
One of the lead actor, Christina Hendricks was also quick to react to the news; on Instagram, she wrote that the entire cast and crew gave the series their all and they “really did.” Hendricks said goodbye with these words:
“Well, we gave it our all. We really did. Thank you to our amazing fans through the years for all your passion and support.”
As for Mae Margaret, who is playing ‘Annie Marks‘ in the series executive produced by creator Jenna Bans, jumped into the comments section after Hendricks had released the above-mentioned post, and stated:
“Love you, ladies, more than anything on God’s green.”
Famous names were also angry about the surprise ending; through the comments section, they wrote:
“This is absolute bullshit!” wrote, Ruby Rose.
“Damn. Loved this show so much” stated Olivia Munn.
“I hate this,” wrote ‘Thor’ star Kat Dennings.
“How? It was in the Netflix Top 10 for ages?” asked, ‘Queer Eye’ star Tan France.
As France stated in his comment, the series’ streaming ratings were quite high on Netflix until the news regarding the cancellation came. Unfortunately, the series, starring also Reno Wilson, Manny Montana, Lidya Jewett, and Isaiah Stannard will say farewell to screen after its five remaining episodes air in July.