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August 08, 2020

Check Out These Behind-The-Scenes Photos from the 'Good Girls' Set Shared by Reno Wilson

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The “The Cosby Show” star is longing to return to the TV set to work on what he loves and to spend time with his fellow actors and TV crew, and he expressed it with a series of throwback images.

51-year-old actor Reno Wilson is getting nostalgic about his job and his fellow actors and co-workers after months of social distancing, with most of the TV industry in a pause due to the restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Actor Reno Wilson photographed as his "Good Girls" character Stanley HIll in February 2018. I Image: Getty Images.

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The last episode, Season’s 3 finale, aired in May, with the Season cut short due to the pandemic, and while fans wait for Season 4, which was recently green-lit by NBC, Wilson is gifting them with behind-the-scenes snapshots from his personal archive.

On August 5, 2020, Wilson, who plays police officer Stanley Hill in the comedy/crime series took to his Instagram feed to share a slideshow of images from the TV set, including a few of himself alongside some of his co-stars.

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In the first image, Wilson appears next to fellow actress and comedian Retta, who plays his wife on the show, as the two shoot a dining scene. In another image, he poses for a selfie from the studio with guest-star Ptolemy Slocum.

In another picture, Wilson can be seen with actress Audrey Wasilewski, who guest-starred with Slocum as his character’s Carl’s wife Jenny.

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Wilson also mentioned his friend Jen Arnold, who directed the episode they were shooting when the photos were taken, and he ended the caption writing:

“I miss work!”

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UPCOMING SEASON

During its previous three seasons, “Good Girls” has managed to capture the attention of a massive audience, which has made it the best decision for NBC and Netflix to continue with a fourth season.

Even though Season 3 had to be interrupted due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, wrapping up with 11 episodes instead of the planned 16, the network in charge proceeded to renew it.

There are new characters that were just introduced and whose stories still need to develop, like the mysterious Rhea, played by “Orange Is The New Black” star Jackie Cruz.

Main characters like Beth (Christina Hendricks), Ruby (Retta), and Annie (Mae Whitman), as well as Wilson’s Stanley, are of course returning for the upcoming season.

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