È arrivata la felicità is a series about love and family in all its shapes and forms told from an hilarious and contemporary angle. Written by Ivan Cotroneo, Monica Rametta and Stefano Bises and co-directed by Riccardo Milani and Francesco Vicario this series features two very different characters: Angelica (played by Claudia Pandolfi) and Orlando (Claudio Santamaria). They both live in Rome but come from totally different backgrounds: Orlando is an architect, son of sophisticated, left-wing intellectuals, who do volunteer work; Angelica manages a bookshop in the Testaccio neighbourhood, where her parents - slightly close-minded - also manage a legendary neighbourhood bar. When the two meet Angelica, widowed for a few years with two adolescent twin daughters Laura and Bea, is about to marry a sort of Prince Charming, Vittorio. Orlando however, is a very confused full-time father since his wife ran off with her German lover, leaving him to juggle house, job and his two sons: fifteen year old Umberto and Pigi, a mini-philosopher still in primary school.