Ebony Life TV, the brainchild of dynamic African talk show star, Mo Abudu, debuts on DStv on 1 July and promises to deliver a fresh new energy and perspective to audiences across East, West and Central Africa. The TV will be transmitting from the Tinapa Studio in Calabar, the Cross River State capital
Fusing exclusive African original programming, featuring some of the continent’s biggest names, with relevant international urban movie and series programming, Ebony Life TV will be available on DStv channel 165 to DStv Premium, Compact Plus and Compact.
The daily entertainment magazine show will be featuring celebrity news, global black and happening individuals, African success stories and all things ‘Africanna cool’ in a sphere that encapsulates music, movies, TV, fashion, beauty, design and the arts.
The screen goddesses are set to highlight issues and fight against the scourges of domestic abuse, an issue prevalent in Africa, and indeed, Nigeria.
There will also be “The Sistaz”, a reality show about fashion, modelling and entertainment seen through the eyes of 3 gorgeous women whose sisterhood sustains them through the challenges of life as well as “The Fattening Room”, a show about 4 beautiful young women from different parts of Africa who embark on a journey of self- discovery in Calabar.
An age old Efik tradition is given a modern twist. These feisty modern women are molded into ideal partners and are taught the secrets to finding and keeping love.
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