No matter how unpredictable life gets, one thing that will always remain constant is the amazing lineup of programmes GOtv offers every time, and this June is no different. This month will see the return of the widely acclaimed Yoruba drama series Irora Iya, the reboot of Zeb Ejiro’s ‘Ripples’, and much more. Here are some must-watch programmes showing this month on GOtv:
This local drama series has been described by viewers as a captivating blend of drama, suspense, and cultural richness. Irora Iya reflects societal realities regarding teenage pregnancies. It follows the life of Morayo, a teenage girl who gets pregnant after secondary school, runs away from home, tries to abort her baby but falls into the hands of a child trafficker who detains her against her will. It starts on June 3rd at 4.30 pm on Africa Magic Yoruba (ch. 2) and will air every Saturday and Sunday at the same time on the same channel.
Epic drama meets high society intrigue in this suspense-filled drama series. Antar Laniyan, Clarion Chukwura, Funsho Adeolu, Shaffy Bello, and others bring their best interpretations to the characters they play. Covenant tells the story of three strangers on a perilous journey that will lead to life-altering consequences they never could have predicted. Follow the intrigue every weekday at 6.00 pm on Africa Magic Urban (ch 8). Exclusive to GOtv Supa.
Starring some of the finest talents in Nollywood such as Yemi Solade, Itura is a captivating drama that tells the story of forbidden love and deadly ambitions. A kingdom fears its survival when its king’s desire for a kingdom based on equality, love, justice, prosperity, and peace comes under threat. Follow the exploits of King Jagungbade and the villagers weekdays at 6.30 pm on Africa Magic Urban (ch 8). Exclusive to GOtv Supa.
The old meets the new in this reboot of the 1990s longest-running drama series produced by Zeb Ejiro. Several years later, Doris Dehinde-Phillips is mourning the death of her grandmother. She is the heir to the DP Oil dynasty, a legacy she doesn’t want. Legendary on-screen villain Talab Abass and his daughter Freda, create havoc while pretending to be peacekeepers. Ripples will premiere and air on Africa Magic Urban (ch 8) this June. Watch this space for more information.
Also showing this June is the movie Found Daddy at 7.00 pm on the 3rd of June on Africa Magic Urban (ch 8). Found Daddy follows the emotional rollercoaster of a young man who learns that the father he had known his entire life isn’t his biological father. Another movie to look out for this month is School of Misfits, showing at 8.30 pm on Sunday, 4th June, on Africa Magic Urban (ch 8). This movie follows the struggle of a UK returnee who takes a teaching job to make ends meet, only to be frustrated by her students.
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