An addictively suspenseful and tautly written thriller, The Good Girl is a compulsive debut that reveals how even in the perfect family, nothing is as it seems….
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A twisty, roller coaster ride of a debut. Fans of Gone Girl will embrace this equally evocative tale of a missing woman, shattered family and the lies we tell not just to each other, but especially to ourselves.
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Unlike that dazzling duel…this Girl has heart — which makes it all the more devastating when the author breaks it. The Good Girl has everything going for it. A fresh new style…the denouement will stun.
A cleverly constructed suspense thriller. Good Girls , which wraps its second season on Sunday, was indeed a rather bold choice for a network that prefers dramas such as the wholesome This Is Us and procedurals set in Chicago. But over the past two years, Good Girls has kept the story wheel turning while also quietly challenging the network-TV status quo.
Though it has struggled with low ratings , the series reportedly does well on Netflix, which helped it earn a third-season renewal last month. Season 2, however? Not really gentle anymore—and much less network TV—friendly.
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This year, they nearly committed murder—and their decision not to kill Boomer David Hornsby , the slimy supermarket manager who threatened to rat them out to the FBI, comes back to haunt them. Now they have an extra corpse, the still-alive Boomer to take care of, and the feds on their tail anyway.
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If Good Girls has become a more fascinating show by digging into and raising questions about morality, it has also, this season, more deeply probed the costs of female ambition. Since discovering her talent for crime, Beth has developed an appetite for a more thrilling existence. By the back half of the season, Beth feels trapped: She craves more than the life she thought she wanted, but wanting more hurts the life she built.
Ruby and Annie, too, have had deeper, meatier arcs this year.