Jonathan Silverman joins the fourth season of ‘Good Girls’ as a recurring character

Silverman will be an antagonist for the three leads

Jonathan Silverman, known for the Weekend at Bernie’s movies has joined the cast of NBC’s Good Girls, created by Jenna Bans.

Written and executive produced by Bans, the show stars Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman in the lead. They play three suburban moms who somehow has to make ends meet and decide to rob the local grocery story. But things go sideways when the manager happens to see one of them, and the three realise that things won’t be going as planned.

Silverman’s role


Silverman will star as Dave, a person who handles bookwork for the Secret Service and suddenly finds purpose out on the field again. While he is fully committed to bringing the Good Girls down, his brash behaviour makes things complicated.

Silverman will also be seen in a recurring role in eOne/CBC’s upcoming series Feudal and will star opposite Jennifer Finnigan. He was last seen on Netflix’s No Good Nick and CBS’ Salvation. 

Good Girls season 4 was confirmed on May 15, 2020, 3 months after season 3 aired. However, it’s far too soon to know when it will air. A safe guess would be early 2021, but again, due to the pandemic, we can never assure. A trailer has not been released either.

In season 3, we see the three mothers continuing down the path of crime, and are working with Rio (Manny Montana). Agent Phoebe Donnegan is also closing at their heels and the team must device new methods to shake her off.

Season 3 was cut short to 11 episodes due to the lockdown restrictions that were imposed at that time, so we will be seeing season 4 picking up from where it left off.

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