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Afolayan, Netflix, USC target Nigerian talent

The KAP Film & Television Academy, owned by Nigerian filmmaker and producer Kunle Afolayan, has partnered with Netflix and the School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) at the University of Southern California (USC) to host post-production workshops in Nigeria.

Kunle Afolayan

The talent-development initiative is aimed at nurturing professionals and upskilling the existing talent pool to master the new forms of post-production techniques, including picture editing.

The 10-week workshop will cover topics such as picture cropping, editing and sound post-production, led by world-renowned editors and SCA faculty members Douglas Blush, Stephen Flick and Richard Burton.

Allison Triegaardt, manager for Africa at Netflix’s Grow Creative initiative, said: “Africa is a hugely important region for Netflix and as we grow the number of productions, it’s important for African stories to be able to meet the growing demand for quality storytelling.

“Our Grow Creative partnerships like the one with USC and KAP in Nigeria will help bridge the skills gap, upskill experienced crew and improve diversity head-on. This will also ensure an even stronger diversity of voices, stories and points of view for our global audience.”

Afolayan added: “It has been amazing working with the Netflix team to produce dynamic Nigerian films, and it will only get better now that we are partnering with Netflix and USC to train the newest crop of film post-production experts. These editors and sound designers will go on to craft Nigerian stories on a world-class level.”

Rachel Gandin Mark, director of international programmes for the SCA, said: “For over 90 years, the USC School of Cinematic Arts has trained Hollywood’s top picture and sound editors. Now, thanks to this exciting partnership with Netflix and Kunle Afolayan’s KAP Studios in Lagos, our world-class and award-winning faculty, Douglas Blush, Stephen Flick and Richard Burton will bring their expertise in helping to train the next generation of Nigerian cinematic storytellers.”

Applications are open from now until January 31. The advanced editing workshop commences in March, while the Advanced Sound Post-Production Workshop begins in May.

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Netflix lines up Nollywood movie duo

A Naija Christmas

Global streaming service Netflix has lined up two more Nollywood films this festive season.

A Naija Christmas, which will debut on December 16, is the story of three brothers who scramble to find wives they can bring home by Christmas. Meanwhile, their mom sets out to host the most beautiful Christmas celebration ever. The movie stars Rachel Oniga, Kunle Remi and Segilola Ogidan.

Chief Daddy 2: Going for Broke, which is available from January 1, is the sequel to 2018 Nollywood comedy Chief Daddy, made by Mo Abudu’s EbonyLife Films.

Chief Daddy 2: Going for Broke

Directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, it stars Funke Akindele-Bello, Shaffy Bello, Kate Henshaw, Joke Silva, Rachael Oniga, Ini Edo, Patience Ozokwo, Nkem Owoh, Beverly Osu and Beverly Naya.

Abudu took to Instagram to announce the news, saying: “Come January 1, 2022, the Beecrofts are returning with more family drama, more secrets, more laughs and even more fun and entertainment.”

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Netflix sends in Triggerfish’s Seal Team

Seal Team

Global streamer Netflix will debut South Africa-produced animated movie Seal Team on December 31.

Produced by South Africa-based animation studio Triggerfish, Seal Team follows a group of seals who band together to take on the gang of sharks that have been terrorising their neighbourhood. However, the so-called Seal Team are not prepared for the mission on which they’re about to embark, and chaos ensues.

The movie is directed by Greig Cameron, and co-directed by Kane Croudace. The voice cast includes South African actors Sharlto Copley (District 9) and John Kani (Black Panther), plus Patrick Warburton, JK Simmons, Kristen Schaal and Dolph Lundgren.

“Just announced our third feature film Seal Team will be released on Netflix in most countries,” said Triggerfish on Instagram. “Well done to the fantastic crew and cast who worked on this crazy action-adventure film. Go Seal Team.”

Seal Team’s availability on Netflix will vary from region to region. Other projects coming to Netflix from Triggerfish include new Shondaland animated series Mama K’s Team 4.

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Netflix renews South Africa’s Family Feud

Gameshow Family Feud South Africa

Netflix has boarded the second season of the South African version of gameshow Family Feud and will make the format available across 44 new countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Family Feud South Africa was first commissioned by free-to-air channel eTV and was exclusively aired in South Africa. The second season will continue to run on eTV in addition to the global SVoD platform.

Distributed internationally by Fremantle, the format pits families against each other as they compete to guess the most popular answers to survey questions in the hope of winning cash prizes.

The original US version of the format first aired on ABC in 1976 before switching to CBS in 1988 and then going into syndication from 1999.

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Netflix set to Ruin Christmas again

How to Ruin Christmas comes from Burnt Onion Productions

The second season of South African comedy series How to Ruin Christmas is set to premiere on Netflix on December 10.

The first season debuted on Netflix last year. It follows the story of a free-spirited woman who begrudgingly joins her dysfunctional family for Christmas for the first time in years. She ruins her younger sister’s Christmas wedding, which would have united the Sello and Twala families, and spends the next six days frantically trying to get things back on track.

The series is produced by siblings Katleho and Rethabile Ramaphakela through their Johannesburg-based company Burnt Onion Productions. Its stars include Busi Lurayi, Thando Thabethe, Yonda Thomas and Clementine Mosimane.

“The Sellos and Twalas are back, which means more drama, more laughter and more succulent food. How to Ruin Christmas premieres 10 December only on Netflix,” said the streamer.

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EbonyLife starts production on Netflix film

Death & The King’s Horseman

Nigeria’s EbonyLife has begun production on Death & The King’s Horseman, a Netflix film that comes under EbonyLife CEO Mo Abudu’s deal to develop original titles for the US-based streamer.

The feature is an adaptation of a play by Professor Wole Soyinka, which is based on a real incident that took place in Nigeria during the colonial era when the horseman of a Yoruba king was prevented from committing ritual suicide by the colonial authorities.

According to Abudu, one of the major challenges of the production has been finding locations that fit the 1940s setting. So far, scenes have been shot at the Muson Centre in Lagos and at the Lagos Colonial Secretariat.

“We are so excited to be making Death & The King’s Horseman,” Abudu said. “It’s been a lot of work bringing this particular project to life because it is a period piece set in Nigeria in the 1940s. I will be forever grateful to Professor Wole Soyinka for giving me the rights to this most important and treasured piece of literature. I cannot wait for the world to see this feature film – another Netflix exclusive.”

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Uzo Aduba to host Netflix Book Club

Uzo Aduba starred in Netflix original series Orange is the New Black

Nigerian-American actor Uzo Aduba has been revealed as the host of Netflix Book Club, a forthcoming series about books the streamer has adapted for the small screen.

Available via the Still Watching Netflix YouTube channel and the Netflix US Facebook channel, the show will introduce viewers to books that they will soon be able to watch as films and series on the streamer, as well as those that have been adapted for Netflix in the past.

It will begin with the stars and storytellers behind the latest book-to-screen adaptations sitting down for candid conversations while delving into the depths of how beloved characters, themes and stories are brought to life on the page and on screen.

Recent Netflix book adaptations that will be discussed include Bridgerton, The Queen’s Gambit, Orange is the New Black (which starred Aduba) and The Maid.

Forthcoming book adaptations being spotlighted include Nella Larsen’s Harlem Renaissance-era novel Passing, which has been adapted as a film directed by Rebecca Hall and will be released on Netflix next month.

Passing follows the story of two black women who can pass as white and choose to live on opposite sides of the coluor line in 1929 New York. Aduba will sit down with Hall and stars Ruth Negga and André Holland to discuss the adaptation on November 16.

Netflix chief marketing officer Bozoma Saint John said: “From Bridgerton, To All the Boys and Sweet Magnolias to Queen’s Gambit, Unorthodox, Virgin River and, of course, Orange is the New Black, Netflix loves bringing books to life on screen and creating conversation with passionate readers and fans. We’re thrilled that the incredible Uzo Aduba will be our host to discuss favourite books and what goes into writing, developing, casting and creating our beloved series and films.”

Aduba added: “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve asked friends, ‘But have you read the book?’ so I’m excited to host Netflix Book Club and bring together loyal book fans, TV and movie obsessives and the creators behind their favourite stories. I can’t wait to dive deep into the creative process and what it takes to bring a book to life.”

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Netflix, UNESCO unveil short-film contest

Global streaming service Netflix and UNESCO have collaborated to launch a groundbreaking short-film competition themed African Folktales, Reimagined across sub-Saharan Africa.

Audrey Azoulay

The aim is to discover new voices, give emerging filmmakers in sub-Saharan Africa visibility on a global scale and help them find the right resources to enable them to fully unleash their talents and develop their creative careers.

The competition will be administered by consulting firm Dalberg and, according to Netflix, the six winners will be trained and mentored by industry professionals. They will be provided with a US$75,000 production budget to create short films that will premiere on Netflix in 2022 as an Anthology of African folktales and they will also receive US$25,000.

Emerging filmmakers across sub-Saharan Africa can apply here. For the first round, applicants will be required to submit a synopsis of their concept in no more than 500 words as well as links to a recent CV and a portfolio or evidence of any past audiovisual work they have produced.

UNESCO and Netflix said they strongly believe in the importance of promoting diverse local stories and bringing them to the world, and that this partnership will help create sustainable employment and encourage economic growth, thereby contributing to the achievement of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. It will also help reduce inequalities by facilitating access to global markets and guaranteeing dignified working conditions.

Ben Amadasun, director of content in Africa for Netflix, added: “Africa has a rich storytelling heritage and a wealth of folktales that have been passed down for generations. When you marry these very local stories with Africa’s emerging talent, there’s no limit to fresh new stories to connect people with African cultures and bring the world that much closer to each other.”

Audrey Azoulay, director-general at UNESCO, said: “The film sector must ensure that the creativity of Africa is promoted by supporting young talents and making sure that African filmmakers contribute to the international film industry.”

“This competition puts a global spotlight on the emerging, homegrown talents of Africa while honouring the storytelling tradition of the continent,” added Ernesto Ottone assistant director-general for culture at UNESCO.

“By infusing new energy into the folktales, these young filmmakers enable these stories to transcend time, space and culture – from their communities, through a digital platform, into the hearts of audiences around the world.”

The competition is open until 13.59 CET on November 14.

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SA film Happiness Ever After set for Netflix

L-R: Khanyi Mbau, Mmabatho Montsho and Renate Stuurman starred in Happiness is a Four-Letter Word

South African romantic drama film Happiness Ever After, a sequel to 2016’s Happiness is a Four-Letter Word, is set to debut on global streaming platform Netflix.

The film was produced in Johannesburg by Bongiwe Selane and directed by Thabang Moleya. It follows the glittering lifestyles of a trio of Joburg-based professional women as they grapple with issues of relationship stress, parenting and family tension.

It features returning cast members from the original, including Khanyi Mbau, Renate Stuurman and Richard Lukunku, as well as newcomers Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, Yonda Thomas, Daniel Effiong and Loyiso MacDonald. The film also includes heavyweight South African stars Xolile Tshabalala and Nandi Nyembe.

Selane said: “I’m super-excited about Happiness Ever After, and being able to continue the uber-relatable story of sisterhood, friendship and love.

“Sequels are always difficult because the pressure is that much higher, but they also offer something different and exciting – and the opportunity to land the film on a global service like Netflix is its own reward. It is my sincere hope that the film resonates with audiences, and they fall back in love with their favourites and the new faces too.”

The release date of the movie has yet to be confirmed.

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Netflix signs Omar Sy to multi-year deal

Global streaming platform Netflix has partnered with Senegalese-French actor Omar Sy to develop original feature films.

Omar Sy

In the multi-year deal, Sy’s Paris- and LA-based production company will handle the development of the films while Sy will act as executive producer.

He said: “I have experienced Netflix’s collaboration with artists and their passion to bring unique and diverse stories to homes all over the world. I am very happy to have the opportunity to extend the relationship and look forward to this next step of our journey together.”

Gaelle Mareschi, director of international original films for Netflix in France, added: “We have been lucky enough to have worked closely with Omar for a number of years and are excited to now expand our partnership further to bring his creative vision to our global audiences. We look forward to working together with Omar and his team as he grows as a producer and brings more unique stories and voices to Netflix.”

Sy has starred in a series of hit French films including 2011’s Intouchables, 2016’s Chocolat and Le Chant du Loup, which was released in 2019. He is set to partner with Lupin director Louis Leterrier on the upcoming action comedy film Tour de Force, launching on Netflix next year.

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Netflix to debut African design docuseries

Made by Design will profile 13 creatives

Made by Design, an original documentary series about African architecture, interior design and product design, is set to debut on Netflix this month.

The first season of Made by Design will profile 13 of today’s top Nigerian and Lagos-based creative talents, giving an insight into their lives, work and inspirations. They are Tosin Oshinowo, Demi Semande, Studio Lani, Seun Oduwole, Papa Omotayo, Theo Lawson, Osaru Alile, Diseye Tantua, Muni Shonibare, Jackie Aki, Tola Akerele, Dapo Akintunde and Julia Amadi Obi.

According to an announcement by the West African design event Design Week Lagos, which takes place later this month, the series will feature interviews with the creatives and highlights of their work, while exploring their creative process and examining the uniqueness of their designs.

The series was created and directed by Titi Ogufere, CEO of Lagos-based Essential Media Group, and coproduced with Texas-based Emmy-winning filmmaker Abiola Matesun (Fire & Ice, Inner Conflict). Last year, Essential and Matesun struck a strategic partnership to produce documentaries on African design.

The documentary has been made possible by Design Week Lagos, a festival established to create a recognisable design culture for Africa and to showcase the ingenuity of designers from various walks of life. This year’s edition will be held from October 21 to 31 in various locations in Lagos. Click here to register to attend a virtual watch party for the series on October 24.

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Netflix rolls out free plan in Kenya

Global streaming platform Netflix has launched a free plan in Kenya to enable audiences to view its content ad-free on their Android mobile phones.

The move comes as the US company looks to boost subscriptions in Africa, a market of 1.2 billion people that is rapidly embracing video-on-demand services.

Netflix has also been commissioning more African content, such as its first African original series Queen Sono and other shows such as movie Blood Sisters and reality show Young, Famous & African.

As well as these African originals and many acquired Nollywood titles, Kenyans will also be able to enjoy movies such as Blood & Water, Bridgerton, Army of the Dead and other popular films and series.

Netflix’s move comes as subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) is predicted to explode in Africa, with the number of people paying for SVoD subscriptions across the continent set to reach 15.06 million by 2026, according to new research from UK-based Digital TV Research.

Netflix’s subscribers are expected to double to 5.84 million by 2026 and it will still be the continent’s most popular SVoD service. However, its share of the African SVoD market is predicted to fall to 39% by that year as rival services gain popularity.

“If you’ve never watched Netflix before – and many people in Kenya haven’t — this is a great way to experience our service. And if you like what you see, it’s easy to upgrade to one of our paid plans so you can enjoy our full catalogue on your TV or laptop as well,” said the company in a statement.

“The free plan will start rolling out in Kenya over the next few weeks. We hope it’s a great match and that many of the people who try our free plan love Netflix so much that, over time, they upgrade to a full, paid subscription.”

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Netflix picks up Smart Money Woman show

Smart Money Woman

Smart Money Woman, the television series adaptation of the 2016 financial self-help book of the same name by Arese Ugwu, will debut on Netflix on September 16.

The series premiered on MultiChoice channel Africa Magic Showcase a year ago.

“Our stellar cast, we did it. 10 days to go, who’s counting?” said the Smart Money crew on Instagram.

The 13-episode series highlights the experiences, sacrifices, struggles and vigour of African women as they carry out their day-to-day activities despite gender inequality.

Ugwu added on Instagram: “It still blows my mind that this all started with a book I wrote in my pajamas!!!! And it’s even more incredible that you all watched it unfold from publishing the book, going on a pan-African book tour, the process of converting it into a TV series… I’m so grateful guys… thank you for riding with me…. WE have a Netflix show!!!!!! Cheers to everyone that worked on this with me.”

Actor Ini Dima-Okojie added: “I can never forget how I felt the first time I read The Smart Money Woman, and then a year later I was cast as Tami and now it’s available for the world to watch on Netflix.”

The series is directed by Bunmi Ajakaiye, coproduced by Kemi Lala Akindoju, Akin Marinho and Arcadia TV Africa and also stars Osas Ighodaro, Toni Tones, Eby Eno, Eso Okolocha, Timini Egbuson, Karibi Fubara, Tope Tedela, Seun Ajayi and Temisan Emmanuel.

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EbonyLife wraps on Netflix’s Blood Sisters

Blood Sisters in production

Nigerian production company EbonyLife Studios has concluded production on thriller movie Blood Sisters, which will debut soon on global streaming platform Netflix.

EbonyLife chief executive Mo Abudu made the announcement on Instagram, saying: “Excited to share the official press release issued by Netflix on Blood Sisters. As the first and only African studio to sign a multiple-title deal with Netflix, our relationship with Netflix is based on a mutual vision: to bring authentic African stories, with superb production values, to both African and global audiences.

“Netflix’s commitment to growing the African film industry is unparalleled and we feel honoured to be part of this journey. We look forward to many more successful productions together. It’s been a busy year for us: Castle & Castle 2, Chief Daddy 2 and now Blood Sisters, yippee!!! And still more to come, trust me, we have a never-ending slate of films and series to roll out to keep you all glued.”

Blood Sisters follows the story of two friends, played by Ini Dima-Okojie and Nancy Isime, who try to cover up the death of one’s fiancé who was killed in self-defence by the other, leading to a catastrophic series of events.

As well as Dima-Okojie and Isime, the cast includes Ramsey Nouah, Uche Jombo, Kate Henshaw, Segun Arinze, Genoveva Umeh, Deyemi Okanlawon, Wale Ojo, Gabriel Afolayan, Toke Makinwa and Kehinde Bankole.

The release date of the movie is yet to be announced.

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Kunle Afolayan film set for Netflix debut

Nigerian filmmaker and producer Kunle Afolayan’s new thriller movie Swallow will debut on streamer Netflix on October 1, Nigeria’s Independence Day.

Kunle Afolayan

Swallow is an adaptation of Nigerian-American writer Sefi Atta’s best-selling novel about a woman and her roommate in Lagos during the burgeoning drug trade of the 1980s and follows their struggles to survive under austerity measures and the so-called War Against Indiscipline.

This is the first film from Afolayan’s multi-title Netflix deal.

Afolayan posted on Instagram: “This is the very first book I am making into a movie. Once I read the book, I had to decide on what aspect of the book I wanted to focus on and whose perspective I wanted to share based on the story. Once that was sorted every other thing was put in place.”

The cast include musician Eniola ‘Niyola’ Akinbo, Ijeoma Grace Agu, Deyemi Okanlanwon, Eniola Badmus, Chioma Akpotha, Kevin Ikeduba, Offiong Anthony Edet and veteran Olusegun Remi.

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African SVoD subs to triple by 2026

Subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) is predicted to explode in Africa, with the number of people paying for SVoD subscriptions across the continent set to reach 15.06 million by 2026, according to new research.

UK-based Digital TV Research said this figure is almost triple the 5.11 million SVoD subscribers expected at the end of 2021. South Africa and Nigeria will each contribute 2.3 million out of the 10 million new additions and will be the only countries with more than one million subs in 2026.

Simon Murray

Netflix’s subscribers are expected to double to 5.84 million by 2026 and it will still be the continent’s most popular SVoD service. However, its share of the African SVoD market is predicted to fall to 39% by that year as rival services gain popularity.

US-based Netflix will account for 2.6 million (51%) of the continent’s 5.11 million SVoD subscribers by the end of 2021. Second-place Showmax, part of South Africa’s MultiChoice, is expected to hit 861,000 (17%) by the end of this year. Third-place Amazon Prime Video is expected to hit 575,000 (11%) by the end of this year.

Netflix’s subscribers are expected to double to 5.84 million by 2026 and it will still be the continent’s most popular SVoD service. However, its share of the African SVoD market is predicted to fall to 39% by that year as rival services gain popularity.

Late-to-market Disney+, for example, will start in Africa in 2022 and only in an expected 12 countries but is forecast to amass 2.17 million subscribers by 2026. Amazon Prime Video will see subscriptions grow to 1.9 million in 2026 but it will drop behind Disney+ and Showmax (on 2.1 million) in popularity in 2026.

Simon Murray, principal analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “The selective launch plans from some global platforms work in favour of regional players such as Showmax and MyCanal.”

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Netflix takes Akindele’s Omo Ghetto sequel

Omo Ghetto: The Saga

Global streaming service Netflix will screen Omo Ghetto: The Saga, a Nigerian movie directed and produced by Nollywood actors Funke Akindele and JJC Skillz, from September 10.

The film follows the story of twin sisters leading separate lives but who are reunited by a series of dramatic twists. It is the sequel to 2020’s Omo Ghetto.

Also known as Omo Ghetto 2, the film is a gangster comedy that was released in Nigerian cinemas last Christmas and became the highest growing Nigerian film of 2020

Distributed by Lagos-based Film One Entertainment, the film’s cast includes Funke Akindele-Bello, Chioma Akpotha, Eniola Badmus, Bimbo Thomas, Akah Nnani, Alex Ekubo and Zubby Michael.

“Omo Ghetto: The Saga is coming to Netflix this September. Get ready to experience the Saga all over again,” Akindele announced on Instagram.

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King of Boys returns as limited series

Sola Sobowale (right) stars in the film and the series

Netflix is set to release an original series following on from 2018 African crime thriller movie King of Boys, which was written, produced and directed by Nigerian filmmaker Kemi Adetiba.

Due to premiere on Netfilx on August 27, the seven part miniseries is a sequel to Adetiba’s hit movie, which follows a businesswoman and crime boss who is drawn into a power struggle that threatens all she holds dear.

Originally titled King of Boys 2, the show is now called King of Boys: The Return of the King. Like the film, it is produced by Adetiba’s production company, Kemi Adetiba Visuals.

Original star Sola Sobowale returns for the series, with many other original cast members also reprising their roles. Toni Tones, Osas Ighodaro, Keppy Ekpeyoung, Nse Ikpe Etim, Charly Boy and Richard Mofe Damijo are among the other stars.

As well as King of Boys, Adetiba’s credits include 2016 film The Wedding Party and the King Women series on Accelerate TV.

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Netflix bags FilmOne’s 76 & Sanitation Day

Historical drama 76

Global streaming service Netflix has acquired two more Nigerian films through a deal with Nigerian distributor FilmOne Entertainment.

The streamer has picked up 76, which debuts next month, and Sanitation Day, which began streaming this week.

76 is a 2016 Nigerian historical drama directed by Izu Ojukwu and produced by Adonaijah Owiriwa and Izu Ojukwu. It is about history, valour, friendship, betrayal, loyalty and true love and stars Ramsey Nouah, Chidi Mokeme, Rita Dominic and Ibinabo Fiberesima.

Sanitation Day is a 2021 Nigerian crime thriller that follows two police officers who have to identify four perpetrators of a brutal murder on the eve of Sanitation Day. It is produced, written and directed by Seyi Babatope and the cast includes Blossom Chukwujekwu, Elozanam Ogbolu, Charles Inojie and Nse Ikpe-Etim.

Both movies are distributed by television studio FilmOne Entertainment.

“Something to look forward to this week. Sanitation Day is coming to Netflix. Get hyped. We are excited about this Netflix title coming to Netflix this August. Get ready,” said the TV studio on its Instagram page.

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Peace Hyde preps Netflix African series

British-Ghanaian education activist, media entrepreneur and motivational speaker Peace Hyde is set to create and executive produce an unscripted TV series for Netflix titled Young, Famous & African.

Peace Hyde

The series will feature superstars from Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania, including Diamond Platnumz, Annie Macaulay Idibia, Swanky Jerry, Nadia Nakai, Khanyi Mbau, Andile Ncube and Naked DJ.

Netflix said of the show: “This reality series follows a group of famed, affluent young media stars in Johannesburg as they build careers, look for love and rekindle old flames.”

Hyde took to Instagram to say: “We are making African history, telling our stories and I am so honoured, excited and ready. It’s been a lot of sleepless nights and early mornings but the dream has finally paid off.

“Excited to finally share that I am a creator and executive producer of the first ever Netflix Original African reality TV series, Young, Famous & African, starring this phenomenal superstar cast. Get ready world, the Africans are coming.”

The series is set for release on the streaming platform in early 2022.

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