“An ode to all women in their forties plus who choose not to be molded by the status quo.”
Los Angeles, CA, 17th Nov 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Season 2 of “Forties AF” dramedy podcast drops Friday, November 12, 2021. A sexy, sassy, and funny fiction drama podcast about three forty-something single friends who laugh, love and cry together; as they pick up the pieces their thirties left behind.
Season 2 will welcome back our leading ladies Chanise, Hope and Brianna as the pick up the pieces Season 1 left behind. In our season opener, Brianna confronts Hope about sleeping with her ex and clashes with her bossy mother and business partner, Jamie. Hope hires a life coach to guide her into her new life. Newly single Chanise has given up on love and tries to avoid her ex- boyfriend Mikal.
Forties AF, Season 1 garnered more than 35,0000 downloads without any major advertising or marketing and we continue to attract listeners on all platforms. During Season 1, the podcast ranked on the following:
- #62 Trending Fiction List on Apple Podcast
- #58 on Amazon Music Trending Fiction List
- #54 on Top Drama Apple Podcast Chart
- #75 on Top Fiction Chart on Apple Podcast
“Forties AF is more than the normal day to day podcast. It is a podcast filled with drama and comedy and meant to teach women in their forties and up how to manage their lives without putting unnecessary societal pressure on themselves,” said the Producer and Director of Forties AF, Tanisha Quilter-Williams. “Society makes us feel we ought to have everything in life figured out by the age forty but life sometimes offer something different. There is a life after forty where we can learn, grow, re-invent ourselves, and live the life of our dream,” she added.
ABOUT TANGIBLE FILMS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Written, produced and directed by Tanisha Quilter-Williams of Tangible Films and Entertainment. Tangible Films and Entertainment is an entertainment firm located in California. It is founded by Tanisha Quilter-Williams who is a renowned professional in journalism, Screenwriting, and entertainment. Her childhood experience and upbringing shaped her into a woman of multifaceted character and also develop her quest for self-discovery. She once worked with CM, WMA, Inside Edition, E! Entertainment, and US Weekly where she had the opportunity to have a red-carpet interview with celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Denzel Washington, and Kelsey Grammar. Tanisha played a significant part in bringing one of the major headline news stories to US Weekly magazine, covering the Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin engagement. She left journalism in 2013 to pursue her passion for Screenwriting and went back to school to obtain her MFA in Creative Writing and hasn’t looked back. Today, she has completed Season 2 of her successful podcast Forties AF, which has opened doors for her to pitch ideas at Amazon, Wondry, Netflix and more. Currently, she is finishing up Season 2 of Forties AF podcast. In the process of developing an original television dramedy, “Little Black Catholic School Girl,” and seeking to start pre- production on her first short drama film “James” in the Winter of 2021.