[VIDEO] ‘Tyler Perry’s Sistas’ Season 4B: Is ‘Zatima’ Headed to Jail?

Things will get a lot worse for “Zatima” before they get better Tyler Perry’s Sistas – if a new Season 4B trailer is any indication.

TVLine gets an exclusive first look at the teaser, which can be seen above, and fans may be worried after seeing Fatima get arrested at work and Zac attacking Hayden. At the end of the teaser, Zac and Fatima, aka “Zatima”, are shown sitting in an interrogation room that looks like an interrogation room with Andi and an unnamed man. Soon after, the man said that one or both lovers could face a minimum of 15 years behind bars.

The preview is especially troublesome for Sisters fans because the storyline regarding child support charges brought against Zac by a mysterious woman named Heather remains unsolved. As you may recall, Heather was the one who said that Zac was the father of her child and owed her $40,000, which is why he was arrested in the first place.

To complicate matters further, Karen is also pretending that Zac is the father of her unborn child – although the teaser hints that the honor goes to Aaron. That means, Zatima The spinoff is on the horizon, so we all know the pair will be out of trouble. We just don’t know how yet.

Elsewhere in the trailer for Season 4B – which premieres Wednesday, June 1 – Gary tracks Andi through a telescope while she works on her new Robin (which is why she should not take the penthouse), and the girls enter Karen and Aaron become intimate.

Are you excited or nervous about what will happen next for “Zatima” on? Sisters? Check out the trailer above and drop your thoughts in the comments section.

https://tvline.com/2022/05/17/tyler-perry-sistas-season-4b-teaser-zatima-jail-zac-fatima/ [VIDEO] ‘Tyler Perry’s Sistas’ Season 4B: Is ‘Zatima’ Headed to Jail?

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