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Happiness Ever After is finally streaming on Netflix

An all star cast featuring Khanyi Mbau and Renate Stuurman will be gracing our Netflix screens now that Happiness Ever After has finally been released.

The long awaited sequel of the hit 2016 romantic drama, Happiness is a Four Letter Word, follows Zaza (Khanyi Mbau), Princess (Renate Stuurman) and Zim (Nambitha Ben-Mazwi) 5 years later living new chapters of their lives amid loss, family grudges and new love.

Directed by Thabang Moleya and produced by Bongiwe Selane the sequel joins the friends for another journey of self-discovery and re-evaluation as life throws them new challenges. The sequel is expected to be an independent version of the book and the first film and, original characters will be explored more.

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In March 2021 Netflix released an interview featuring cast members, Renate Stuurman and Khanyi Mbau chatting about what we can expect from Happiness Ever After.

We wanted to take audiences somewhere new, to elevate them and not to just be where you left them,” said Stuurman.

While Mbau added that since the film will be released on Netflix South African people will feel like they own it more.

“Unlike in the past where you see it once and that’s it, unless you pay for a ticket and drive again, you can always click the button and watch it again, and rewind or fast forward to your favourite parts.

“And parts that really triggered you or touched you, so I am happy that we have now given you even more ownership, to the ladies, to the story and to the movie,” Mbau added.

Watch the Happiness Ever After trailer below:

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