The 2010s have been an incredible decade for Nigerian TV programs. From the scripting to the nature of generation, Nigerian TV has made considerable progress since the times of New Masquerade.
As we say goodbye to the decade that gave us exceptional characters like Achelonu and Spiff, we shed the focus on Nigerian TV programs that conveyed on quality as well as had web based life humming.
Here are five arrangement that held us entranced this decade and are for the most part as of now accessible for gushing on Showmax.
Affectionately named Nigeria’s Game of Thrones by aficionados of the show, Ajoche broadcast on Africa Magic Showcase from April 2018 to May 2019.
Ajoche is set in 1918 when the Idoma rose up out of the center belt of Nigeria when culture and convention were commended. The hit show is a story of war and obligation, retribution and respect, love and desire as the individuals of Ocholuje grasp their fate, revealing some unpleasant certainties and cruel substances as they battle for endurance.
Ajoche earned a City People Movie Award selection for Best TV Series of the Year (English) and as often as possible made it to the highest point of Twitter in Nigeria while it circulated.
Delivered by James Omokwe, the show stars any semblance of Hilda Dokubo, Femi Branch, William Benson, Lota Chukwu, Akah Nani, Efa Iwara,Tokunbo Idowu (T-Boss), Lilian Afegbai and Big Brother graduated class Bassey Ekpenyong.
Battleground is a family dramatization arrangement revolved around the Badmus’, a well off Nigerian family, and the frequently faulty lengths its patriarch goes to clutch influence, riches and even family.
The show gave us one of the most exceptional crossroads in Nigerian TV history – Adaora lashing Onajite – and had online networking humming while it publicized. From the plot to the acting and even outfits, Battleground held its crowd entranced from start to finish.It even included a hybrid scene with another Africa Magic arrangement, Hush, suggestive of the How To Get Away With Murder/Scandal hybrid.
The show stars Gbenga Titiloye, Shaffy Bello, Kunle Coker, Joke Silva, Okey Uzoeshi, Ini Dima-Okojie, Ozzy Agu, and Yinka Davies
Hush denoted the arrival of Nollywood legend Richard Mofe-Damijo to the little screen, exciting watchers with the conveyance of show and tension.
Design, legislative issues and power is the focal topic of the show. A governorship applicant’s honorable crucial polluted by the aspirations of a restrictive men’s club and her own life.
The show earned a Best Drama selection in the 2017 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) and stars Thelma Okoduwa, Mawuli Gavor, Ade Laoye, Chris Okagbue and Baaj Adebule, among others.
In the wake of the show’s finale, fans hailed the closure, depicting it via web-based networking media as outstanding amongst other Nigerian TV programs at any point composed.
Family dramatization The Johnsons narratives the lives of a normal Nigerian family and the regular difficulties they explore, told from the point of view of their unique 15-year old child, Efe Johnson.
Appearing since 2014 on Africa Magic, the show immediately turned into a commonly recognized name because of the jokes of the characters. The Johnsons has earned a few honors, including the 2017 City People Movie Award for Best TV Series of the Year (English) and 2017 AMVCA for Best Comedy.
The Johnsons stars Charles Inojie, Chinedu Ihedieze, Ada Ameh, and Olumide Owuru, among others.
Featuring Sola Sobowale, Seyi Law, Seun Ajayi, Afeez Ayetoro otherwise known as Saka, Uzo Osimkpa and most as of late Tobi Bakre from Big Brother Naija, Hustle recounts to the narrative of Dayo, a simple however idealistic youngster who moves to Lagos with fantasies about becoming famous.
The show earned Deborah Anugwa a 2017 AMVCA Best Actress In A Comedy Award and habitually develops as one of the most-watched Nigerian shows on Showmax.