In Ginny & Georgia, Ginny and Georgia do make up after their long fight in the second season of the show and they start rebuilding their relationship.
The second season of Ginny & Georgia was just as successful as the first and many fans are happy to see the way that the series portrays and deals with mental health issues.
One of the biggest plotlines in the second season of the show has centred on the rift between Ginny and Georgia. Fortunately, they do make up eventually and even patch up some of their other relationships.
Is season two of Ginny & Georgia better than the first?
The first season of Ginny & Georgia quickly shot to the top ten on Netflix’s most watched lists across the world.
Fortunately, the second season has been just as well received by fans of the show and it has even been praised on social media for its depictions of mental health struggles.
The second season has earned an 85 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes and was viewed for over 180 hours by Netflix subscribers around the globe within the first few days of its release.
Ginny & Georgia: Do Ginny and Georgia make up?
The second season of Ginny & Georgia certainly attempted to hook fans within the first few moments.
The first episode starts off somewhat unexpectedly with Ginny and Georgia still torn apart by what Ginny found out about her mother’s past.
In fact, Ginny is still so upset by this news, even after she stole Marcus’s bike and ran away to her father’s house at the end of season one, that she has a dream in which Georgia tries to suffocate her with a pillow.
Although Ginny is eventually persuaded to move back into Georgia’s home as the season progresses, it is clear that a permanent rift has formed between this mother-daughter duo, who were so close in the first season of the show.
Their fighting continues for a few episodes with Ginny constantly ignoring Georgia or lying to her about therapy and Georgia frequently losing her cool with Ginny, Paul, and Nick.
However, to the delight of fans, Ginny and Georgia eventually make up after this fight in episode six, after Georgia finds out that Ginny self-harms and has been going to therapy to try and find a solution.
This revelation helps Georgia look past what Ginny had written about her in the poem and as a result, they work on rebuilding their relationship for the rest of the season.
Do Ginny and Max make up?
One of the secondary storylines that played out in the first few episodes of the second season is the fact that Max is angry at pretty much all of the M.A.N.G members, except Norah, for not telling her that Ginny and Marcus were hooking up in the first season of the series.
In fact, Max is so mad that Abby and Ginny are forced to form their own bond after being ostracized by the friend group. However, by the fourth episode, Max forgives her friends and M.A.N.G is once again reunited .
Do Ginny and Marcus make up?
Marcus and Ginny have had an on-again, off-again relationship since the beginning of the show, but when they decided to focus on their relationship after Ginny returned home, it really seemed like they would be together forever.
However, as Marcus’s depression worsened throughout the season, he became more and more withdrawn from the relationship.
As such, he and Ginny eventually broke up after Ginny overheard a conversation between him and Max.
Fortunately, although they did not get back together, they did make up and had decided to remain friends by the end of the season.
Do Georgia and Paul make up?
At this point, it is evident that the Miller girls had a rough go in the second season of the show.
Be it Ginny losing friendships and eventually a boyfriend, or Georgia losing control over Ginny, being harassed by Austin’s dad, or losing her friendship with Joe, this season has had its fair share of ups and downs.
One of the most vulnerable parts of this season for Georgia was when she decided that she would tell Paul everything, except for the fact that she murdered three men, before they got married.
Georgia knew that this would put the dream life that she had built for herself in jeopardy and when Paul stormed out of the house, it seemed like their relationship had ended for good.
Fortunately, Paul later explained that he still wanted to marry her and the couple got to say their vows and share their first dance before the season ended.