Looks like The Wellsbury Peaches are here to stay for at least two more seasons.

Netflix has decided to make a third and fourth season of “Ginny & Georgia.” On Wednesday, during this year’s Upfronts presentation, the streaming service made the announcement.

The drama-comedy was created by Sarah Lampert, and it’s about a 15-year-old girl named Ginny (Antonia Gentry), who is more mature than her 30-year-old mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey). Ginny and her son, Austin (Diesel La Torraca), live with Georgia in a New England town, where Georgia has decided to settle down with her daughter and son. Also in the cast are Jennifer Robertson, Felix Mallard, Sara Waisglass, Scott Porter, and Raymond Ablack.

Netflix Original "Ginny & Georgia" Gets Renewed for Third and Fourth Season

In January, Season 2 ratings for the Netflix drama beat out “Wednesday” for the top spot on the Netflix Top 10 English TV List. With 180.47 million hours watched after its debut, it was the most-watched title on the streaming service for the week of Jan. 2–8. That means that the opening numbers for the second season of “Ginny & Georgia” were higher than those for the third season of “Emily in Paris,” the fourth season of “The Watcher,” and the fifth season of “Cobra Kai.” “Monster” by Ryan Murphy was watched for 196.2 million hours in its first week, while Season 2 of “Bridgerton” was watched for 193.02 million hours.

In addition to the show being renewed for a third season, Sarah Glinski has been hired to replace Debra J. Fisher as the showrunner. According to Variety, Netflix appointed Glinski as the showrunner prior to the writers’ strike, which started on May 1.

Showrunner Fisher and creator Sarah Lampert were in charge of making Season 2 of the drama. Fisher and Lampert were the show’s executive producers, and Jeff Tahler of Madica Productions, Jenny Daly of Critical Content, and Holly Hines and Daniel March of Dynamic Television were also on board. Elena Blekhter was a co-executive producer for the show.