‘Good Girls’ full of crime and humore

Boh Suh, Staff Writer

If you are looking for a crime and humor show, “Good Girls” is the right one for you. No, it is not about police trying to chase bad people. If you are interested in that, I would recommend “Criminal Minds.” It has some seriousness in it because of situations that the main characters are in, but it has many humorous parts that make the show less dark and comical.

The first season was released in 2018, so one season per year so far. The show features Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman as three “good girls.” They did a phenomenal job describing their characters.

The main characters are three average (this average may not mean literally based on the show) moms getting involved with various criminal incidents. The title “Good Girls” is referring to these three characters because they are good girls from the eye of society.

They all have a family to feed and do their best to survive whether it is a terrible job or not. If you talk to them, they are average Americans. This is where the story started. Being good people could not help them to keep up with their lives. Big expenses come up, such as a medical bill for a daughter.

Will they give up, or will they do something that “good girls” would never do? Well, the answer was they did something. Sorry, it is a little spoiler, but if they did not do anything, there would not be four seasons out.

Overall, the reviews in public about the shows are good. I thought that the show was fantastic, and it was very difficult to stop watching at the end of the episode because of how the story ends at each episode. I highly recommend the show. Season four is out recently, so people should definitely check it out.

Rotten Tomato Rating: 87%

Rotten Tomato Audience Rating: 80%

IMDb Rating: 7.8/10

*The ratings are based on 2/28/2021.