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Being A Good Girl Isn’t All Bad: Good Girls TV Launches Funding Campaign For Season 2


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Written by: Socorro Kenoly (@hadiyah_do)

Being a young woman of faith doesn’t mean you don’t have fun. Content Creator, Rhavynn Drummer, has just the show for all the good girls around the world. The cast and crew of the digital series “Good Girls” are gearing up to start filming their second season. “Good Girls” follows the life of four girlfriends in Atlanta. Ilsa, Tina, Ester and Renee are women of faith trying to navigate their morality and individuality in a world full of flesh and temptation.

Beginning in 2013, paying homage to girls like herself, Rhavynn wrote this digital series to exhibit the happiness and struggles of wholesome living. She hopes to build Good Girls’ audience and eventually pitch the show to television networks. “Good Girls” promotes a lifestyle unmatched and reminds young women that the open sexuality portrayed in the media is not the only option.

The first season characterizes the four ladies, allowing viewers to get a glimpse of what these “good girls” have to offer. The fifth and final episode of season one leaves the audience hanging in suspense of what’s to come when Rhavynn’s character, Ilsa’s first love, King, cheats on her with his ex, Carter. In anticipation of season two, Rhavynn is driving a crowd funding campaign to help with the costs of production. Check out the trailer for “Good Girls” below and see just why this project is worth investing in.

Visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/good-girls-season-two#/ to donate and follow @GoodGirlsTV on Twitter to keep up with the movement.

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