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Grace and Frankie Season 7 Part 2 First Look

Netflix today revealed a first look at the second part of Grace and Frankie Season 7. The final episodes of the popular series will premiere on the streaming service on April 29.

You can view new photos by scrolling down and read on for trivia as told by creators Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris.

Grace and Frankie Season 7 Part 2 First Look

Seven years ago, Grace and Frankie’s lives turned upside down when their longtime husbands left them for… each other. Both sparring partners and partners-in-crime, Grace and Frankie formed an unlikely and unbreakable bond as they faced uncertain futures head-on, and hand-in-hand.

They’ve laughed together, cried together, did shrooms together, and twice-over became successful entrepreneurs together.

Grace and Frankie Season 7

A history-making 94 episodes later, Grace and Frankie continue to show themselves, their families, and their fans what it means to live life to the fullest, fearlessly and unapologetically.

Here’s to seven seasons of laughs, tears, mood-enhancers, and good vibes. And, as Grace and Frankie would say, f*ck it. This may be their final chapter, but they’re just getting started.

Grace and Frankie Season 7

Grace and Frankie Season 7 Part 2 stars Jane Fonda (Grace), Lily Tomlin (Frankie), Martin Sheen (Robert), Sam Waterston (Sol), Baron Vaughn (Nwabudike), Ethan Embry (Coyote), and Brooklyn Decker (Mallory).

Also starring are June Diane Raphael (Brianna), Peter Cambor (Barry), Lindsey Kraft (Allison), Marsha Mason (Arlene), Tim Bagley (Peter), Peter Gallagher (Nick Skolka), Millicent Martin (as Joan-Margaret), and Christine Woods (Jessica).

Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris are the showrunners and executive producers.

They executive produce with Robbie Tollin, Hannah KS Canter, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Marcy Ross, Paula Weinstein, and Skydance’s David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost.


Upon its final season, Grace and Frankie will make history as the longest-running Netflix
original series ever, out of both comedy and drama, with 94 episodes.

Over seven seasons, the show has hosted a legendary list of guest stars, including: Craig T.
Nelson, Ernie Hudson, Rita Moreno, RuPaul Charles, Lisa Kudrow, Estelle Parsons, Dolly
Parton, Nicole Richie, the sharks from Shark Tank, Martin Mull, Michael McKean, Ed Asner, Marsha Mason, Sam Elliott, Engelbert Humperdinck, Debbie Allen, George Hamilton, and Ed Begley Jr.

The beach house is almost an exact replica of co-creator Marta Kauffman’s own property.
Although the set is about 15% larger than the original.

Since the series’ inaugural season, 30 cast & crew babies were born.

Over the course of the series, Frankie has had 20 pairs of overalls and worn approximately 490
pounds of jewelry.

As far as we know, this is the only TV show that used a toilet as a bong.

It is also the only time Jane Fonda has gone through a doggy door.

Captain & Tennille’s “Love Will Keep Us Together” was one of the choices for the intro song.

All of the Writer’s PAs and Writers Assistants from the first six seasons became writers on the

There were two Rise Ups built. Only one of them rose up.

The production has dealt with a number of medical issues on the show, including prostate cancer, stroke,
heart attack, knee replacement and, of course, circumcision.

They threw out approximately 7,042 jokes…

This is the only show where most of the writing staff got arrested. All part of working with Jane

During Zoom table reads, Lily Tomlin frequently got phone calls for food delivery.

When shooting in a working hospital during Season 2, Martin Sheen had to be in an elevator
with a corpse.

Marta Kauffman kept the Ryan Gosling chair from Episode 1.

They went through six short ribs in the shooting and rehearsing of the episode where Principal
Dan punched the short rib (season 6, episode 8).

The seventh season took two years to shoot. As a matter of fact, it took them a year and a half to
shoot one episode.

Mallory’s baby being born into her sweatpants is based on the costume designer, Allyson
Fanger’s real life experience delivering her second child.

Approximately 150 people worked on Grace and Frankie on a daily basis.

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