Nigeria: New Series Coming to Africa Magic in October

24 September 2021

Two new telenovelas, 'Dilemma' and 'Venge' are set for an October premiere on Africa Magic.

'Dilemma' follows the lives of two estranged lovers - Kaineto and Kanan. After years of separation, they find their way back to each other and have to deal with a history they would both rather forget. It stars some of the finest talents in Nollywood like Shan George and Bob Manuel-Udokwu, and new faces like Treasure Obasi and Vine Ogulu. It also features BBNaija stars, Neo Akpofure and Daniel 'Sir Dee' Atteh.

On the other hand, 'Venge' tells a scandalous story of secrets, lies, and betrayals. Viewers will get to go on a journey with Bibi as she unravels several conspiracies trailed by murder and fear on her quest for justice and revenge. The telenovela stars Michelle Dede, Uzoamaka Aniunoh, Obehi Aburime, Uche Mac-Auley, and Ian Wordi.

"We are excited to premiere these telenovelas on our Africa Magic channels as it once again underscores our positioning as Africa's most loved storyteller," said Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice Nigeria, Busola Tejumola.

"'Venge' and 'Dilemma' explore modern-day themes that viewers will connect to at different levels. Each plot, twist and suspense will keep viewers from across Africa on the edge of their seats as they follow the drama and connect with the characters."

Tejumola also disclosed that DStv and GOtv customers should look forward to other exciting new and returning shows towards the end of the year on Africa Magic.

Both series will premiere exclusively on Africa Magic Showcase (DStv Channel 151) on October 4, and will also be available on the online streaming service, Showmax.

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