Ginny & Georgia’s Brianne Howey on the season 2 finale

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*Spoilers alert*

Ginny & Georgia might just be one of the most talked about series at the minute - namely because season two just dropped on Netflix and fans can't get enough. From Austin (Georgia's son) shooting his dad in the arm to Georgia upping her body count, there's a lot to unpack in the ten new episodes, especially when it comes to the finale.

For Georgia Miller fans, it looks like Brianne Howey, who portrays the character has also joined in on the discussions about *that* ending. Chatting exclusively to E! News, the 33-year-old gave her opinion on Georgia, suggesting that despite her actions, she's actually a good person at heart.

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For some context, the new season saw the mum of two deciding to euthanise Cynthia's (Sabrina Grdevich) dying husband, Tom Fuller.

Explaining how it was actually an act of loyalty, she said: "What Cynthia did for her by rescinding Gil's application was the biggest act of protection. And that's the one thing Georgia has never had in her life. No one has ever protected her, since she was a child."

The episodes also revealed Cynthia witnessing Georgia's ex Gil (Aaron Ashmore) being abusive. In response, she blacklisted him from the community, making it impossible for him to ever be able to rent in Wellsbury.

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"Cynthia doing that was an enormous act of kindness and generosity and protection," Brianne said.

"And in Georgia's mind, Cynthia protected her and now she wants to protect Cynthia and [her son] Zach from the pain and the grief that they are suffering very, very slowly through and that's being dragged out. So she takes it upon herself to take that away from them."

Despite Georgia's body count (which also includes her two ex-husbands, Anthony Greene and Kenny Drexel), Brianne insists that her character's intentions were good. However, she does end up paying for Tom's death, as she's arrested at the end of the final episode in the middle of her wedding reception.

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"I wouldn't wish Georgia's life and upbringing on anybody," Brianne said, alluding to all the trauma she's experienced, including poverty, sexual and physical abuse, plus custody battles.

"And unfortunately, Georgia hasn't had the tools to deal with all of this generational trauma and grief that she's inherited, experienced and also passing on."

Tbh, we don't blame her then for how emotional she was after seeing the season finale for the first time.

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"It's pure shock," she said. "In Georgia's V.O. she's talking about how she's too afraid to trust happiness. And she finally lets herself trust happiness a little bit and then the other shoe drops. And watching Austin (Diesel La Torraca) run after the car. I was bawling."

Season two of Ginny & Georgia is now streaming on Netflix.

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