There will be much to celebrate when the recently announced Happiness Ever After film, sequel to the South African drama Happiness is a Four Letter Word, is streamed in 190 countries on the Netflix service in a few weeks.
Fans can now set their clocks for Wednesday 10 November at 10h00 (South African Standard Time (SAST) to tune in when the film goes live on Netflix.
In the much anticipated sequel, besties Zaza (played by Khanyi Mbau) and Princess (played by Renate Stuurman) meet and invite a fabulous new girlfriend into their trio. An exciting storyline unfolds as the women make their way through even more interesting life dramas and dilemmas, grappling with relatable issues of relationship stress, parenting, and family tensions.
Set in some of the most beautiful and lavish locations in Johannesburg, the original and new cast members, comprising the talented grouping of Richard Lukunku(returning as Leo), Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, Yonda Thomas, Daniel Effiong, Loyiso MacDonald, Xolile Tshabalala and Nandi Nyembe will have fans glued to the screens, amidst bouts of laughter and even maybe even some tears.
Written by Ayanda Halimana, directed by Thabang Moleya and produced by Bongiwe Selane, the creators of the film all embody the fresh differentiated approach to stories from the African continent which Netflix is searching for, and is testament to why the film is being streamed to their 214 million subscribers.
Netflix Happiness Ever After is not to be missed, so block the 10 November date in your calendars and start those WhatsApp watch party groups! And in the spirit of theHappiness Ever After sisterhood, break out the snacks and get ready for some good hearty entertainment.