The work is not done yet, and the best is still to come.
In the next trailer (below) for their beloved, long-running comedy, Grace and Frankie, the characters played by and, respectively, promise that they will be fired on April 29.
In the second trailer, Frankie reveals that she has spent too much time on the men in her life, and that she is redefining their friendship. Equally, she points out that if she does a Thelma and Louise thing, she will lose another. (It's a pass for Grace.)
The first four seasons of season seven will air in August 2021, with the surprise, early drop, intended to provide a sneak peek into what they have in store for the supersized final season. In March 2020, Grace and Frankie were closed due to the pandemic, which is why there was so much transition between seasons. (Season six will be released in January 2020.)
Grace & Frankie is Netflix's longest-running original series, which will feature 94 episodes in the seventh and final season.
Grace and Frankie's life was turned upside down as their long-time husbands left them for... each other. Through both sparring partners and coworkers, they continued to grow and flourish. A history-making 94 episodes later, Grace and Frankie demonstrate how they can live life life effectively, fearlessly and without fear. This is their final chapter, but they're just starting.
Martin Sheen, Sam Waterston, Baron Vaughn, Ethan Embry, Brooklyn Decker, June Diane Raphael, Peter Cambor, Lindsey Kraft, Marsha Mason, Tim Bagley, Peter Gallagher, Millicent Martin, and Christine Woods are among the performers.
The Skydance Television series will feature co-showrunners Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris, as well as executive producers from Fonda, Tomlin, Robbie Tollin, Marcy Ross, Paula Weinstein, and Skydance's David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost.