Director: Peter Se-Puma, Raymond Sargent, Bobby Heany
Writers: Craig Gardner, Geoff Newton
Cast: Martin Le Maitre, Desmond Dube, Seputia Sebogodi, Patrick Mynhardt, Motshabi Tyelele, Ruth Cele, Sue Pam-Grant, Sylvanie Strike
Country Origin: South Africa
One of the first Post Apartheid Sit-Coms in South Africa, this story focuses on the rocky relationship between a black and a white family, new neighbours in what was formerly an exclusively white neighbourhood. These two families are forever at each other’s throats – in the friendliest way possible, of course - as one misunderstanding after another arises out of ordinary day-to-day issues.
In Post-Apartheid South Africa many things are changing but for a white family in the suburbs the changes have come too fast. The Malois have just moved into a predominantly white neighbourhood and they get into some crazy adventures as they try to 'keep up with the jones'. In this season we see how best to love thy neighbour while trying not kill him.
After a rocky road, the families of Suburban Bliss welcome new challenges and new characters that are sure to make thinkgs interesting in this season.