Grace and Frankie is a television series on Netflix. The American comedy show has grown in popularity with the release of each subsequent season and already has 6 seasons to its name. The 7th season of the show has been awaited with anticipation and speculation as fans have become deeply invested in the characters and story arcs. It is safe to say that this show is one of those heartwarming and light-hearted gems on Netflix that restores our faith in the world. The masterpiece is a collection of 25 to 30-minute episodes, a brainchild of Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris.
Grace and Frankie Season 7 Release Date
Netflix has announced that the series has been renewed for a 7th season. Each of the 6 seasons so far has 13 episodes apiece, and hence the same will most likely be the case for the 7th season. After first being launched in 2015, the series will draw the curtains on its show, with the 7th season being its final season. It will also mark one of Netflix’s Oldest shows while also simultaneously becoming one of the most-watched shows as well. The current release date is set as 4th September 2021.
Grace and Frankie Plot
The show’s plot revolves around two friends who grow close in their old age in the aftermath of their husbands being in love with each other. What follows is the comical narrative of fun misadventures that come up when Grace and Frankie try to rebuild their life.
In the last episode of the 6th season, we saw Joan- Margaret Join Frankie after her flop on Shark Tank. We also saw Sol plotting revenge to get back at Robert, who had sold the funds for their retirement plan. Grace investigates the underlying reason behind Nick’s hatred for Mark Cuban, and once she finds out, she despises Nick. Brianna reveals that her relationship with Barry has gone to the next level when Grace goes to rescue Joan-Margaret and Frankie. Nick is demented by his past and is afraid that it has come back to haunt him.
The Seventh season will most likely continue Grace’s storyline after finding out Sol and Robert no longer have a home to live in.
Grace and Frankie Season 7 Cast
Grace and Frankie Season 7 stars Jane Fonda, Sam Waterston, Brooklyn Decker, June Diane Raphael, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen, Ethan Embry, and Baron Vaughn.
While the Opening theme was performed by Grace Potter, the series’s music is composed by Sam KS and Michael Skloff. Most of the scenes were shot in Los Angeles, California.
The Executive Producers involved in making the show include Marta Kauffman, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Paula Weinstein, Marcy Ross, Tate Taylor, Alexa Junge, Dana Goldberg, David Ellison, and Howard J. Morris.
All of the main cast are expected to return for Grace and Frankie season 7.
- Tim Bagley as Peter
- Ethan Embry as Coyote Bergstein
- Ernie Hudson as Jacob
- Brooke D’Orsay as Chelsea
- Brooklyn Decker as Mallory Hanson
- Mary Steenburgen as Miriam
- Michael McKean as Jack
- Baron Vaughn as Nwabudike – Bud – Bergstein
- Millicent Martin as Joan-Margaret
- Brittany Ishibashi as Erica
- Lily Tomlin as Frances – Frankie – Bergstein
- Peter Cambor as Barry
- Lindsey Kraft as Allison Giampietro-Smikowitz
- Angelique Cabral as Liz
- Lyle Friederichs as Keith
- Peter Gallagher as Nick Skalka
- Michael Charles Roman as Adam
- Jane Fonda as Grace Hanson
- June Diane Raphael as Brianna Hanson
- Martin Sheen as Robert Hanson
- Sam Waterston as Sol Bergstein
Grace and Frankie Season 7 Trailer Release
The official trailer for Grace and Frankie season 7 has not yet been released. Stay tuned for updates regarding when the trailer drops by either subscribing to us or the official Netflix YouTube Channel.
Grace and Frankie Reviews
Although the series kicked off with mixed reviews, it has garnered a positive response from the audience throughout its seasons. Grace and Frankie have received an IMDb rating of 8.3/10 and a Rotten Tomatoes Rating of 91%.
Grace and Frankie Awards
The series has won many awards and received a plethora of nominations for awards under various categories. The series bagged the 19th OFTA Award and has been nominated for 67th and 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, 27th GLAAD Media Award, 20th Satellite Award, 23rd Screen Actors Guild Award, 73rd Golden Globe Award, Dorian Award, and many more. It is sufficient to say that the show’s reception has been overwhelmingly positive, explaining the anticipated wait for the final season.