Good News: 'Family Reunion' Season 2, Part 4 Will Have Eight More New Episodes

Selena Barrientos
·2 min read

Family Reunion fans, we’re heading back to the Peach State.

That's right — the Netflix show is coming back for more! That means, we'll soon see what happens to Moz (Anthony Alabi) and Cocoa (Tia Mowry-Hardrict)'s family as they continue to adjust to small-town life in Columbus, Georgia and living so close to Moz's parents, M'Dear (Loretta Devine) and Grandpa (Richard Roundtree). Given that new episodes of Family Reunion just hit the streamer on April 5, we're sure viewers are already thinking about what’s ahead for the McKellans.

Here’s what we know about season 2, part 4 of Family Reunion:

When will Family Reunion season 2, part 4 premiere on Netflix?

A premiere date for Family Reunion season 2, part 4 has yet to be announced. If past Family Reunion premiere dates are any indication though, the next eight episodes could be released in fall 2021 or winter 2022.

Like other shows, production for Family Reunion season 2 was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was reported that the comedy was scheduled to begin filming in February 2020, but it was pushed back after COVID-19 impacted the U.S. entertainment industry last March. In December 2020, Deadline reported that Family Reunion was filming without its usual live audience.

Who is in the cast of Family Reunion season 2, part 4?

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Photo credit: Netflix

The multigenerational sitcom features a stellar cast with both celebrated Hollywood stars and newcomers. Right now, we predict the entire main cast will return for season 2, part 4:

  • Loretta Devine as M'Dear

  • Richard Roundtree as Grandpa

  • Tia Mowry-Hardrict as Cocoa

  • Anthony Alabi as Moz

  • Talia Jackson as Jade

  • Isaiah Russell-Bailey as Shaka

  • Cameron J. Wright as Mazzi

  • Jordyn Raya James as Ami

How can I watch and stream Family Reunion?

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Catch up on old episodes by heading to Netflix. If you like to watch shows on your mobile device, you can download the iPhone or Android Netflix app to start streaming all 28 episodes. In case you don’t have a Netflix account yet, you can sign up for a plan starting at $8.99 per month.

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