Girls5Eva Sets Spring Netflix Return | Playbill

Streaming Girls5Eva Sets Spring Netflix Return

The Emmy Award-nominated series is led by Sara Bareilles and Renée Elise Goldsberry.

Paula Pell, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Sara Bareilles, and Busy Philipps in Girls5Eva Peacock

It's time to line up for the "returnity tour," with the long-awaited third season of Girls5Eva hitting new streaming home Netflix beginning March 14, 2024. The Emmy Award-nominated series led by stage favorites Sara Bareilles and Renée Elise Goldsberry will have all episodes available for streaming on the platform, including the six episodes of season three.

Girls5eva follows a '90s pop girl group that gets an unexpected chance at a comeback. Joining Bareilles and Goldsberry as the singing leads are TV actors Busy Phillips and Paula Pell. Season three will follow the musical group as they embark on a reunion tour, but with several bumps in the road. The girls will see their relationships tested, play a billionaire’s birthday party, sow their oats, confront parents they believe held them back, cross paths with the biggest pop star on the planet, and question if they really want “the big time” again.

The first season of Girls5Eva welcomed appearances from Tony nominee Ashley Park, Erika Henningsen, Daniel Breaker, and Tony nominee Andrew Rannells. It premiered to high critical approval and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award, a Critics' Choice Television Award, and three Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards. Season two featured Spamalot star James Monroe Iglehart and Shucked's Grey Henson.

The show is led by showrunner Meredith Scardino and is executively produced by Scardino, Mean Girls the Musical's Jeff Richmond and Tina Fey, Robert Carlock, David Miner, and Eric Durian. 

Visit this link on or after March 14 to stream.

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