The Sarunmi’s Have Returned! Season 2 Of ‘Therapy’ Has A New Teaser
Falz, Toke Makinwa, Bovi, and Josh2Funny feature in the web series.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Sarunmis, our favorite online pair, are back for a much-anticipated second season of ‘Therapy.’
The House 21 TV production has been confirmed for a second season, which will broadcast in November, according to program creator and co-lead, Falz. The famous rapper turned actor just teased the next season with a teaser.
The comedy web series, which stars Falz, Toke Makinwa, and comedians Bovi and Josh2Funny, follows a dysfunctional couple as they try to settle their marital conflicts through therapy sessions.
Remember that Falz revealed in April that the program will return for a second season after the first premiered to rave acclaim in 2020. The famous rapper told radio presenter Toolz Oniru that a new season was in the works.
Season one of ‘Therapy’ began in August 2020 with ten episodes and was an instant smash, especially among social media savvy film fans, with memes from the show making the rounds.
The new season, which starts on YouTube on November 13th, promises an even more exhilarating experience for Sarunmis lovers.
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