8 February 2013

Zambia: Not My Family Series to Hit the Small Screen

WITH Zambia out of the prestigious 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament currently taking place in South Africa, many viewers will wish for the tournament to come to an end so that they can continue enjoying the normal programming on ZNBC TV.

It's not only the normal programming that the viewers of the national TV channel should look out for when the AFCON ends because ZNBC in partnership with Gradner Media will soon start showing a hilarious new comedy series dubbed 'Not My Family.'

Featuring the renowned and evergreen comedian Lee Nonde (Ba Robby) and seasoned actress and comedian Anna Katamanda, the comedy series is expected to keep the young and old glued to their TV sets when it hits the small screens after the AFCON.

Other hilarious actors to look out for are Linda Chimese and Nicholas Mwale.

Produced by Charmaine Zulu, Not My Family is an exhilarating situational comedy series that has been designed to engage Zambians in various social domestic issues that arise in a family setup. It is inspired by day to day experiences in a home.

Shot on set by a professional crew led by Richard M'simuko and experienced cast led by Lee Nonde, the sitcom has a great interplay between comedy and a bunch of thought-provoking social commentary on various issues.

Invited members of the public and the corporate world that included Zamtel marketing officers, D and C Saatchi, ZNBC, National Arts Council, media officers and top officials from Ministry of Arts and Tourism witnessed the preview of the sitcom at the Southern Sun hotel in Lusaka on Thursday last week and going by the smiles on their faces, there is no doubt that the distinguished guests enjoyed what they saw and so will the people at home.

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