Madea is back for her Netflix homecoming.
The streamer released the trailer for Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming on Wednesday showing the fast-talking character bringing her family together for her great grandson’s college graduation.
“There’s the legal way, and then there’s the Madea way,” her granddaughter says as they stand in the kitchen before unexpected guests join the celebration.
Fans of Irish actor Brendan O’Carroll and his Agnes Brown character from the sitcom Mrs. Brown’s Boys will be delighted to see him in the film. Viewers of the BBC series know Brown as a matriarch from Dublin who meddles in the lives of her family and friends, and A Madea Homecoming crossover will show her visiting Madea.
Joining O’Carroll’s guest appearance are the supporting cast of Tamela Mann (Cora), David Mann (Mr. Brown), and Cassi Davis Patton (Aunt Bam.)
Perry stars in the film in addition to being its screenwriter, director and executive producer. Michelle Sneed, current president of production & development at Tyler Perry Studios, serves as an executive producer alongside Perry. Will Areu and Mark Swinton are producers on the film, which was shot at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.
Perry previously said Madea was going into retirement but the multi-hyphenate announced last summer that his famous character, based off of his mother and aunt, was coming to Netflix for a feature film.
Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming starts streaming Feb. 25. Watch the trailer for the film below: