Netflix has unveiled the trailer of the sixth time of buddy comedy show Grace and Frankie.
This season, which begins streaming on 15 January, the titular duo will handle marriage, heavy drinking, and toilets.
From the trailer, Frankie reveals to the family Grace, and Nick has tied the knot. But, Frankie is not overly happy with her buddy’s decision to be betrothed to Nick. Grace, too, is not good at handling her new connection. At one point, she moves to the restroom of Nick’s swanky flat, only to fail in lifting the toilet seat. This toilet bowl incident galvanizes the duo to come up with a brand-new product – a contraption that can help lift senior citizens off the bowl.
Check out the trailer here.
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Grace and Frankie were launched in 2015, making it the longest-running series on Netflix, with 94 episodes.
In September 2019, the series was renewed for a seventh and final season. “We’re both thrilled and heartbroken that Grace & Frankie will probably be back for the seventh, though final, season. We’re so thankful that our show was able to take care of problems connected to our expansive generation. And their kids, and surprisingly, their children too! We will overlook these two older gals, Grace and Frankie, as far as many of their fans will, but we’ll still be about. We have outlasted so many things-hope we don’t outlast the entire world,” Fonda and Tomlin said in a joint statement, based on Variety.