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    Netflix Just Dropped The Trailer For Its New YA Series "Ginny And Georgia," And I'm So Excited

    "It's me and you against the world, kid — remember that."

    I'm a sucker for a good coming-of-age tale. Teen angst, family drama, first loves...give me ALLL of that!!


    So when Netflix announced its upcoming YA drama Ginny and Georgia, I was immediately excited. The trailer just dropped and it looks SO good:

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    The series follows 15-year-old Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and her 30-year-old mother Georgia (Brianne Howey), who are constantly on the move in search of a fresh start.

    Ginny driving her mother Georgia and little brother

    We've got the classic teen angst...

    Georgia excitedly tells Ginny she got her a sweater as a present, Ginny replies, "gross," Georgia says to stop "hating on Mom"

    Cringey first romances...

    Ginny awkwardly hugging boy

    And high school hallway banter!

    Maxine says she blames toxic masculinity, but doesn't know why

    Hi, Degrassi alumni Sara Waisglass and Chelsea Clark!

    But the show also looks like it gets pretty intense.

    Ginny says her mom deals with her problems by packing them up and moving away, that she's only ever loved Ginny's dad

    Like, REALLY intense.

    Ginny says she's sick of the lies and wants answers, Georgia burns old photos

    Whoa, what is Georgia hiding?!

    "As a young girl, I always wanted to watch a TV show that had a heroine who looked like me, and Ginny was finally THAT GIRL," co-producer Anya Adams (Glow, Black-ish) said. "The opportunity to be part of creating a coming-of-age series with an all-female creative team that is centered on a mixed-race young woman was ultimately the draw for me."


    I can't wait to stream Ginny and Georgia on Netflix on Feb. 24!

    Ginny and Georgia promotional poster