Trinity TV’s ‘Happiness’ to debut on Trinity Broadcasting Network, with new series and specials

Trinity TV has announced a new variety series, “Happiness,” for Trinity Broadcasting.

The new series will be based on the movie, which stars Ellen DeGeneres.

Trinity TV said it will air the series at 8 p.m.

Sundays on Trinity’s channel, Trinity Broadcasting Networks, in the U.S. and Canada.

The series is described as an “epic romance” with a twist, with two young couples who have been separated for five years and reunite to live happily ever after.

Trinity said it’s been in the works for nearly three years, and is expected to air in 2018.

Trinity Broadcasting has the first-ever streaming service for original programming from Trinity’s content, including “Happily Ever After,” which premiered in March.

Trinity’s original programming includes “The Life and Times of Neil Armstrong” and “The Power of Love.”

Trinity’s streaming service also offers “Bridal Chores” and its “Honeymooners” series.

Trinity also launched its first-year series “Hangin’ with a Unicorn” in March, and Trinity Broadcasting will air episodes of “Harmony,” “Hap and Leonard,” “The Moth,” “Cats vs. Dogs” and the new “Ladies in Black.”