What is the film about?

With the third film in the series releasing in September 2023, it’s the perfect time for Netflix to add something My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 to its list of available films to stream on the platform. And it is! The film will be released on Netflix on Saturday, September 16, 2023. If you haven’t read it yet, you might be wondering what it’s about.

In the 2016 sequel, returning cast members Nia Vardalos play Toula; John Corbett as Ian, Michael Constantine as Gus; Lainie Kazan as Maria; Andrea Martin as Aunt Voula; and Ian Gomez as Mike. He and Vardalos were actually married at the time. The two were together from 1993 to 2018. Elena Kampouris was a new cast member as Toula and Ian’s daughter Paris.

While the first film was all about Toula and Ian’s wedding, the second film focused on a different couple. And it’s not what you might expect. So what’s the deal with the second time? We have the answer for you below!

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Summary: What is the movie about?

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 sees Toula and Ian going through a bit of a crisis. The couple’s relationship has “lost some of its spark,” and their teenage daughter is rebellious and struggling to cope with her loving but suffocating Greek family, the synopsis says. When her parents Gus and Maria find out that their marriage license was never signed by the priest, effectively invalidating their marriage, their current priest agrees to a new ceremony since he can’t just sign the original ceremony.

After 50 years together, the two are getting married again and Maria wants the wedding she never had the first time. She does her best, hires a wedding planner and so on. And of course the whole family is there too!

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 begins streaming on Saturday, September 16, 2023 on Netflix.

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