Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea’s Family Reunion, Meet the Browns, Madea Goes to Jail, I Can Do Bad All By Myself, Madea’s Big Happy Family, Madea’s Witness Protection, A Madea Christmas, Boo! were the films in the Madea series that were released in that sequence.
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween! A Madea Family Funeral and a Madea Halloween. A Madea Family Funeral will be the final Madea film, according to its creator Tyler Perry. According to Perry, who spoke to the Hollywood Reporter, it was time to move on from the role that helped make him famous because he had other projects he wanted to focus on.
Perry had a difficult childhood, but he was able to change his circumstances when he started writing plays in the 1990s and staging them in Atlanta theatres. I Can Do Bad All by Myself, his first play with Madea, debuted in 2000 and was adapted into a movie in 2009.
Madea, according to Perry, who portrays the role as an elderly woman dressed in costume, is a cross between his mother and aunt.
Diary of a Mad Black Woman, the first Madea film, was originally a play written by Perry. The plot revolves around a wealthy couple who are getting ready to commemorate their 18th wedding anniversary when the husband decides to separate from his wife. She flees to her grandma Madea’s home to deal with the unexpected news. It was made public in 2005.
The Mad Black Woman’s Diary
Family Reunion of Madea
Madea’s Family Reunion, which came out in 2006, was also based on one of Perry’s plays. In the film, Madea takes on guardianship of disobedient teenagers, has to assist her nieces in resolving marital issues, and simultaneously prepares a family reunion.
The Browns, please
The play by Perry served as the inspiration for the 2008 movie Meet the Browns. The narrative centres on a single mother from Chicago who travels to Atlanta for her father’s funeral and encounters a strange family she was unaware she had. In the movie, Madea makes a brief appearance.
Madea enters prison
Like his earlier movies, Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail started as a play before becoming a big-budget movie in 2009. After a fast-paced chase, Madea ends herself in jail, and the movie depicts how her family comes together to support her and work to get her released.
I am capable of doing harm by myself.
I Can Do Bad All By Myself, another film from 2009 that was adapted from a play, opens with three teens attempting to rob Madea of her home. They all gain life lessons while living with an aunt who has her own troubles when she takes the delinquent kids in.
Big Happy Family of Madea
The 2011 film Madea’s Big Happy Family centres on Madea’s niece, who has a health issue and wants to inform her three children. Madea tries to get the three kids together because they are too busy with their own activities to pay their mother much attention. Additionally, this movie was based on a Perry play.
Witness Protection for Madea
Madea’s nephew, a bank’s top financial officer, learns that he has been set up in a Ponzi scheme involving the mob in the 2012 film Madea’s Witness Protection. The nephew’s only chance of surviving it is to enrol in the witness protection programme and relocate to Atlanta to live with his aunt.
A Madea Holiday
A Madea Christmas, a 2013 movie, features Madea enjoying the holidays. In the film, Madea and her friend visit the friend’s daughter in a little village in the country, but what they find there is more than they expected.
Boo! Halloween Madea style
Boo! A Madea Halloween, the first of two Madea Halloween films, aired in 2016. The film depicts Madea caring for a gang of rebellious teens and fending against ghosts, zombies, and other spooky critters that emerge around Halloween.
A Madea Halloween with Boo2!
2017 saw the release of the second Madea Halloween film, which blends humour and horror elements. In the movie Boo2! A Madea Halloween, Madea and a few friends go to a spooky campground.
Funeral for the Madea family
The character’s final appearance on the big screen will be in the 2019 film A Madea Family Funeral, according to Perry. When one half of the couple celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary passes away while having an affair, Madea and her usual crew travel to the party. Madea and her group are required to remain silent about the death’s cause for the duration of the film.