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Don’t Miss the Premiere of TV Series “Duplicity” starring Ireti Doyle, Ufuoma McDermott & More | Saturday, June 4

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There’s a brand new TV series to look forward to every week on DSTV.

“Duplicity”, starring Ireti Doyle, Uti Nwachukwu, The multiaward winning Sadiq Daba, as well as Ufuoma McDermott, Tony Monjaro, Uru Eke, Funny Bone and Jide Kosoko, is set to air every Saturday at 8pm on DSTV’s premium channel 151, starting from Saturday the 4th of June 2016, and will run for 26weeks.

The Series, is a Political Drama set to take the African Television audience through a Maze of Power Play, Lust, betrayal, and dark secrets going back many generations. It explores Nigeria’s diverse cultures in a way no other TV series has, since the golden age of drama ended in the early 80’s. The story see’s some of Nigeria’s most talent actors deliver an elevated version of their craft through the apt delivery of their individual characters.

The TV series will be also premiered in grand style on Friday, 3rd of June, 2016 on the Fahrenheit Maison premises. This event will host A-list Celebrities, Industry power brokers and influencers, as well as entertainment professionals.

The red carpet will hold in the courtyard, to be followed by a viewing of an episode in the conference hall.

Date: Friday, 3rd June, 2016
Time: 5 PM
Venue: Maison Fahrenheit, Ademola Adetokunbo, Victoria Island, Lagos

Don’t forget to catch up with the series every Saturday at 8PM from Saturday the 4th of June 2016 on Africa Magic Showcase Channel 151, on DSTV.

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BellaNaija is a Media Partner for “Duplicity”

3 Comments

  1. Max

    May 23, 2016 at 10:40 am

    Is getting too much on dstv,there is the never ending tinsel,jumulukesu,hush and now duplicity.

  2. Niyoola

    May 23, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Can’t wait. Hush is such a fantastic show, I hope this series is as good or even better.

    @Max, I don’t think the series are too many. However, I’d rather they had a separate channel for other African Series like Isibaya, jikulmesu etc. I wonder if anyone watched those shows.

  3. dee

    May 23, 2016 at 5:42 pm

    why is everything on african showcase though… ah ah hush, now this … no drama series for EPIC and co… not everyone can afford full package na.. ah ah dstv.. how fa na…why na

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