One NBC series continues to see its episode orders grow with each successive season. The network upped its order for season three of the comedic drama series “Good Girls” by three episodes, extending the season order to 16 episodes, Variety reports.
The show ran just 10 episodes in season one, followed by a 13-episode second season that wrapped in May.
Created by Jenna Bans, the series stars Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman as suburban housewives who enter into a life of crime.
“’Good Girls’ generates substantial lift in delayed viewing, with the show averaging a 77% lift in adults 18-49 in Live+7 over its Live+Same Day haul in Season 2, per Nielsen data,” Variety notes, adding: “According to NBC, the show’s second season also saw a 115% lift in multi-platform viewing in adults 18-49 over its first, averaging 6.4 million viewers per episode.”