Ginny & Georgia Season 2 Ending: Fully Explained

The series Ginny & Georgia has just been released on Netflix. What makes this such a good show is the relatability it establishes with its audience, despite its larger-than-life characters. The conflicts between Ginny and Georgia stem from the same emotional core that every mother and daughter in the world share. The highs and lows of friendships between teenagers have been experienced by every person at least once in their lives. Teenage angst often gets a bad reputation as being something rather frivolous. We have been guilty of the same judgment. The series follows mother and daughter duo, 30-year-old single mother Georgia Miller (Brianne Howey) and her 15-year-old daughter, Ginny (Antonia Gentry) who move from Texas to the town of Wellsbury. Along for the ride with them is Georgia’s nine-year-old son, Austin. 
The Ginny & Georgia season 2 finale opens the morning after Austin shoots his father, Gil Timmins in the arm. That is totally chaotic for the second season’s conclusion left us with more questions than answers. Here is the full explanation of Ginny & Georgia Season 2 ends.

1. The Ending of Ginny & Georgia Season 2

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At the end of episode 8, we hear a gunshot go off in idyllic Wellsbury. But it’s not until episode nine, which gives us more in-depth detail about what went on in episode 8, that we find out what really happened.
Georgia Miller is not someone known for telling the truth but considering Georgia told Paul (Scott Porter) she had only one gun in the house, it’s no surprise that Austin firing a gun may come as a bit of a shock to him. Earlier on in episode 8, Austin finds a gun under Georgia’s dresser and although he puts it back, when he hears his father, Gil, fighting and basically abusing Georgia in their kitchen. Austin does the only thing he can think of, he gets the gun and fires it. Hence the gunshot. 
Don’t worry, he didn’t kill anyone he just ended up shooting Gil a little bit in the arm and in the kitchen wall. Georgia, being the force that she is, deals with the matter very swiftly. She gets her sewing kit and stitches Gil back up. She tells Ginny to text Marcus and Max that no it was not a gunshot they just heard and she gets Austin to draw a picture which they put over the bullet hole in their kitchen wall. So when Paul gets home, he’s none the wiser to what went on. How no one called the police after they heard the gunshot we’ll never know but alas, the Miller family gets away with it. 
Related: Ginny & Georgia: Who Will Ginny End Up With? 

2. ‘Ginny & Georgi’ Season 2: Ending Explained

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Throughout “Ginny & Georgia'' Season 2, much has happened with the other characters as well. Bracie has found love with Byron, who, it turns out, was doing the play to be close to her. Max struggles with her feelings for Sophie before starting a new relationship with someone. Sophie asks her to be friends, but Max refuses. As for Abby, she continues to struggle with her eating disorder and calls out Nora for ignoring her for weeks. Getting that off her chest might be helpful for Abby. Joe finally confessed his feelings to Georgia, and while we are relieved at that, we believe he would not know what to do if he knew everything about her. Maybe he is better suited for someone like Cynthia, with whom he shared a moment. 
As for Georgia, Gil blackmails her, saying that he will tell Paul everything about her unless she gives him money after she marries Paul. Georgia is heartbroken and has found herself at a crossroads again. She had framed Gil for fraud to escape from his abuse. But it had come back to haunt her again. Ginny tells her to take a chance at her happiness and confess everything to Paul. We are glad she took that advice. Though Paul is initially shocked, he proves to be a stand-up guy and declares his intention to stay by Georgia’s side. He also makes sure that Gil has no recourse left to come back into their lives. The wedding is close, but there is one last hurdle to cross.
Jesse, aka Gabriel, confesses everything to Nick about his real identity and tells him that he has been there to investigate Georgia. While Nick is heartbroken, it is evident that he lends an ear to his boyfriend. Georgia and Paul get married, and it is everything that she wishes for. It would have been the perfect new start, except that the past has a stronger hold on us than we could imagine. The police come and arrest Georgia right in the middle of her dance. Watching his mother being taken away, Austin panics, thinking it is about Tom’s death. We have no doubt that she will be released soon, but it has opened a can of worms that threatens to destroy everything she has built for herself in Wellsbury.

3. Is Georgia Going to Jail? 

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Gil wants money from Georgia, specifically Paul's money, which Georgia will get access to once she marries Gil. Moreover, the private investigator hired by Kenny's ex-wife to look into Georgia's possible involvement in Kenny's death is still poking around. When things become too much for Georgia, she decides to change the location of her wedding and gets the kids ready to leave with her. Ginny persuades her mother to tell Paul the truth about her past once she realizes what her mother is up to. She tells him everything, including how she broke into his office and stole cash, as well as how the adorable family photo he adores so much is actually hiding a bullet hole in the wall in the kitchen.
Paul leaves when the situation gets a little too much for him, but the next morning he texts Georgia to come meet him at his office, where he is there along with Gil, a lawyer, and a police officer. Paul informs Gil that he will not be receiving any of his family's money and that he will have to fight for custody of Georgia and his son Austin if he wishes to see them. Because Gil is an ex-convict and getting custody of his child wouldn't look good to a judge in court, Paul is aware that Gil doesn't want that. Paul admits that he is still deeply in love with Georgia and that he wants to get married after he departs.

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Ginny ends up sorting everything out for the wedding and Georgia ends up getting taken to town hall, her new wedding venue by Joe’s horse, Milkshake. Paul and Georgia say “I do.” But during their first dance, PI Gabriel Cordova and Wellsbury police force turn up to arrest Georgia for the murder of Cynthia’s husband, Tom Fuller. The man Georgia smothered to death in episode 8. Well you know what they say if you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime. But in Georgia’s defence this crime she did do for Cynthia who said she just wanted her husband to go now as watching him suffer was painful.
Georgia is escorted out of her wedding reception to the tune of "Going To The Chapel Of Love" by The Dixie Cups. Leaving the season two finale of Ginny & Georgia to show Georgia being driven away in the back of a police car. Certainly not the ideal honeymoon that Georgia had hoped for. is a website that provides you with sport updates and Entertainment news to brighten your day. Don’t hesitate to visit our site to know more about entertainment news.
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