Starring Dallas Buyers Club actress Jennifer Garner and The Undoing's Édgar Ramírez, the original's premise takes its cues from the 2008 comedy Yes Man (headlined by Jim Carrey), where the word 'no' is banished.
As well as reprising her character Allison Torres, Garner will produce the family movie's follow-up and several other projects for the streaming service.
"I had the most gratifying creative experience bringing Yes Day to life. Seeing Netflix's global reach as the Torres family wreaked havoc in homes all over the world makes me eager to dive in with another Day of Yes; I can't wait," she told The Hollywood Reporter.
Elsewhere, Netflix's head of global film Scott Stuber couldn't be happier to strike a partnership deal with Garner.
He commented: "As an actor, she's proven herself to be incredibly versatile in unforgettable roles spanning fast-paced action, heartfelt comedies and thought-provoking dramas.
"She approaches every aspect of her work with such detail and preparation, which makes her an extremely valuable partner and producer."
Yes Day is now streaming on Netflix.
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