African Movie Channel Rolls Out Exclusive Originals Across Africa

15 January 2021

African Movie Channel (AMC) is airing its newest original and exclusive movies from its own production hub, AMCOP - AMC Original Productions, every Friday from January till December 2021, all in High Definition; African Movie Channel HD recently became the world's first HD Nollywood channel.

AMC is a premium 24-hour African movie channel, airing only the finest Nollywood movies. The movies comprising of AMC's own exclusive originals directly from its very own production division, AMCOP, and the biggest and latest cinema blockbusters, all in brilliant High Definition, for the entire family.

These are the exclusive AMCOP movies showing every Friday this January: Officer No. 7 (2021), Role Play (2021), Bella's Drift (2021), The Unforgotten (2021).

These exclusive originals, together with a very carefully curated selection of A-grade Nollywood movies and cinema blockbusters on African Movie Channel, are available in HD for viewers' enhanced viewing experience.

The Head of Productions of AMC, Anona Langa, said, "We pretty much carry on from where we left off over the Xmas holidays. As far as we are concerned, the holidays continue for our loyal viewers; 2021 is going to be Bigger, Brighter, Better, with more fantastic AMC original productions on both our channels, and all in brilliant HD! We will also very shortly commence shoot of our second AMC drama series, which will be entirely exclusive to our sister channel, AMC Series... "

African Movie Channel HD is accessible across Africa on Azam, Airtel TV, StarTimes, StarSat, TopStar and Zuku.

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