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Does Ginny choose Hunter or Marcus? Find out who the character ends up with at the end of season one (spoilers ahead!)
If you've just started bingeing Ginny and Georgia and can't wait to find out what happens at the end, we've got the lowdown on who Ginny ends up with.
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Viewers of the Netflix show will know that the teenager is involved in a love triangle with Hunter and Marcus throughout the series, with both boys shown to be romantically interested in her.
Marcus, who lives down the road from her, is the first to be introduced to Ginny - and sneaks into her room at the end of episode one.
Hunter, meanwhile, a fellow student in her AP English class, asks her out on a date in the first episode.
Ginny and Hunter end up dating for a time in the series, but the pair have an argument after their unfairly awarded grades in English.
Marcus and Ginny are shown to have a connection throughout, but the pair never end up dating.
Ginny and Marcus do sleep together at the start, and Ginny is shunned by her friends after Marcus' twin (and Ginny's best friend) Max finds out towards the end of the series.
Hunter and Marcus end up having a confrontation, and Marcus admits that he has feelings for Ginny.
Ginny doesn't end up with either Hunter or Marcus at the end of season one, but instead runs away with her little brother Austin.
The show ends with a major cliffhanger, and many fans have been clamouring for news of a season two.
Netflix hasn't yet confirmed that a second series is in the works, but it is certainly possible more could be in the pipeline.
Show creator Sarah Lampert told Oprah Magazine: "Season one really did feel like a season one.
"We just started uncovering some of the layers for all characters, across the board, that we want to dive into. Deb [J. Fisher, the showrunner] and I are hoping we get the chance.
"The relationship between Ginny and Georgia is the third character in the show.“It lives on its own. It's constantly changing and evolving.
"There are so many scenes where the two of them are communicating with each other over everyone's head. They're intrinsically wound."