What is First Wives Club (TV) About?
First Wives Club is an American comedy television series based on the 1996 film of the same name, created by Robert Harling. Premiering on September 19, 2019, on BET+, the show is set in New York City and centers around the lives of three women - Ari, Bree, and Hazel - who form a close bond after their marriages crumble. As they navigate the ups and downs of post-divorce life, they find solace and empowerment in their friendship while also embarking on a journey of revenge. The series, unlike the original film, features an entirely African-American cast, portraying the characters with a fresh perspective. The show's success led to its renewal for a second season on November 26, 2019, which premiered on July 15, 2021. Subsequently, on September 8, 2021, the series was greenlit for a third season, captivating audiences with its engaging storytelling and talented ensemble. Starring actors such as Michelle Buteau, Jill Scott, and Ryan Michelle Bathe, the show continues to resonate with viewers, offering a captivating exploration of friendship, resilience, and the pursuit of justice amidst the complexities of modern relationships.
The first episode of First Wives Club aired on September 19, 2019 and the most recent episode to air was on December 15, 2022.