From the mind of Tyler Perry comes a new comedy drama set in one of the world’s steamiest city’s: Atlanta.
With Hotlanta as a backdrop, four friends brave the dating scene looking for their Mr. Right. Each of them come from different walks of life but one question binds them, “Why am I single?” Andi, Karen Dani, and Sabrina each navigate complicated love lives, juggle their friendships, and brave a tumultuous dating scene in a world rife of unrealistic relationship goals, and worse, social media.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Sistas.
What is Tyler Perry’s Sistas?
Sistas was created, written, directed, and executive produced by Tyler Perry.
- Launched: October 2019
- Channel: BET
- Genre: Comedy Drama
- Starring: KJ Smith as Andrea “Andi” Barnes, Ebony Obsidian as Karen Mott, Mignon Von as Daniella “Danni” King, Novi Brown as Sabrina Hollins
- Seasons: 1
- Status: Renewal for Season 2 announced May 2020
Tyler Perry’s Sistas Reviews
What the critics are saying
- “The comedic elements of Sistas are solid, especially the comic relief that is always presented by Von’s character, who has impeccable timing with one-liners. However, the entire premise of the show clearly appears to be about these women’s love lives.” –Trey Mangum
Where to watch Tyler Perry’s Sistas
- Sling TV
- AT&T TV Now
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