The Mexican family comedy series explores relationships, gender roles, love, family and marriage from the perspective of today's society
There is no good recipe for a marriage. This is evident in the story of a couple in the Netflix series Everything Will Be Fine. The separated couple is forced to stay together for the sake of their young daughter. They create a new unconventional living arrangement to deal with their circumstances. The satire explores what it means to be a good partner and parent in today's world.
The comedy-drama series, set in Mexico, will release on August 20 on Netflix. You can binge-watch the entire season on the weekend. It tries to address some of the issues related to love, gender roles, family and marriage. It follows the change in relationship dynamics of the couple with drama and humour. The trailer of season 1 looks promising with elements of comedy and entertainment.
It has an ensemble cast of Mercedes Hernández, Pierre Louis and Flavio Medina, Lucia Uribe, and Isabella Vazquez Morales. Considering the stellar cast of the Mexican film industry, the series is expected to gain a wide appreciation and make an instant connection with the audience as it narrates the story from the perspective of today's generation.
The series is created by actor, producer and writer Diego Luna after a five-year-long hiatus. He is known for his performance in the critically acclaimed 2001 film Y Tu Mamá También. The film is about two teenagers and best friends who find new meaning in their lives when they live on a carefree cross-country escapade with a beautiful older woman. The road film was well-received by the audience. Diego continued to make a mark in the American market by starring alongside Bon Jovi in Vampires: Los Muertos and the Oscar-winning film Frida. Directed by Julie Taymor, the biopic depicted the controversial life of Frida Kahlo, an artist in Mexico, who is known as a passionate woman with forward-thinking artistic, political and sexual attitudes.