‘Days Like Dese’ — a new sitcom aired on local television channels, was initially launched with a pilot episode in May 2017. Episodes one to six in Season One were aired from June to November 2017.At a red carpet event on June 29, 2017, at the National Cultural Centre preceded the airing of episode one.Season two consists of six episodes, which began airing on September 7 and will continue until the end of November. Two episodes will be aired per month on eight channels.The new airtimes will be Fridays at 20:00h on Atlantic Cable, Fresh Channel 1; Saturdays at 20:00h on NTN-69 and 20:30h on TVG-28; Sundays at 19:00h on HBTV-9 and 20:30h on HGPTV-67 and Mondays at 18:30h on Cable26/Ch77 (Berbice). It will also air at 19:00h on MTV-65.Because of the ongoing Caribbean Premier League cricket tournament being aired on NCN 11, the programme will be aired on Saturday, September 15 at 20:05h instead of September 16 as per schedule.“Days Like Dese” is produced by GEMS Theatre Productions, written by Randolph Critchlow and directed by Randolph Critchlow and Gem Madhoo-Nascimento.The actors in episode one are Nuriyyih Gerrard, Mark Kazim, Simone Dowding, Kirk Jardine, Rajan Tiwari, and Simone Persaud. Joining them in the second episodes are Ron Robinson, Lavonne George, Makayah Smith, Safira Abrahim-William, Mark Luke-Edwards, Brian Goodman, Olivia Rodrigues, Paul Budnah and Joel Ghansham.“Days Like Dese” is a 30-minute sitcom that delves deep into the daily lives of a diverse ‘socially responsible’ middle class Guyanese family — the Rupauls. The sitcom inspects and highlights the intricacies of family and community interactions through blurred racial and social lens.The sitcom through its intentionally diverse and mixed casting intends to remind us of how connected we really are as Guyanese. The Rupaul family exists not only in a racial blender but a social and generational one; as we get to see how the youth and the older folks try and sometimes struggle to bridge the generational and social gaps.Viewers will feel connected with this family as they journey with them, traversing terrains that may sometimes be considered controversial but always palatable. It is family oriented with a lot of educational information mixed with the comedy.