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A must watch Ghanaian series on Showmax for this Christmas

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A must watch Ghanaian series on Showmax for this Christmas

A must watch Ghanaian series on Showmax: Showmax an online subscription video-on-demand service launched in South Africa on 19 August 2015. Showmax is employing a localization strategy to take on established video-on-demand competitors with a focus on local content and partnerships with mobile telcos. Showmax has already partnered with Ghollywood to show local Ghanaian movies on the streaming platform. Indeed Showmax has given a new phase to the Ghanaian movie industry. Both English-speaking and local dialect productions all have space on the continent’s video-on-demand digital platform.

The platform subscription comes in two plans; a standard Showmax entertainment Starter plan and a Showmax Pro plan. With the Showmax Pro, you get access to all the entertainment you love plus live sports from SuperSport, news, and more.

The Showmax Entertainment Starter plan costs GHC16.99 per month in Ghana, whiles the Pro plan costs GHC59.99 monthly. All the plans give a free one-month view.

Currently, there are different Ghanaian series streaming on Showmax. We have taken time to list our top series you should enjoy with your family this festive season.

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1. Dede

A naïve rural teenage girl, Dede, is deceived by her stepmother to leave her family and life behind in order to work as a domestic help in the home of the Robertson’s, a complicated wealthy family, where she falls for the youngest Robertson son, Michael Robertson.

Dede - showmax series

This series currently showing season 1 with 190 episodes with approximately 25 minutes of playtime for each episode.

Main Casts:

This series is packed with top Ghanaian actors and actresses including;

  • Adomaa Adjeman – as Dede Ocansey
  • David Dontoh – as John Robertson
  • Joselyn Dumas – as Felicity
  • Adjetey Anang – as Nii Ocansey
  • Anita Erskine – as Rama Robertson
  • James Gardiner – as David Robertson
  • Jasmine Baroudi – as Belinder Robertson
  • Thandie Bako – as Mary-Ann Robertson
  • Jessica Larry – as Lilly
  • Andrew Tandoh-Adote – as Hanson
  • Lydia Forson – as Lovia
  • Gloria Sarfo –  as Adwoa
  • George Quaye – as Aryee
  • Dean Amegashie – as Michael Robertson

 

2. Ghana Jollof

Ghana Jollof is a comedy-drama series produced by comedian Basketmouth. In this hilarious Basketmouth’s friends, Romanus and Jasper leave Nigeria for Ghana to seek for greener pastures. But is the grass greener on the other side?

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This series is a blend of actors and actresses from Nigeria and Ghana.

Main Casts:

  • Akah Nnani – as Romanus
  • Funny Bone – as Jasper
  • Jacinta Ocansey – as Mabel
  • James Gardiner – as Kweku
  • Joselyn Dumas – as Abina
  • Albert Jackson-Davis –  as General
  • Portia Freelove – as Juliet
  • Mawuli Gavor – as Tony
  • Buchi Ojie – as Mambo
  • Basketmouth – as Boniface

 

3. To Have and To Hold

“To Have and To Hold” is a fun, fresh, and sexy drama series around the life of a trio; the ambitious Akosua, the ever-optimistic Enyonam, and the fun-loving Kuukua, as they deal with the challenges life throws at them.

To Have and To Hold

This captivating Ghanaian series brings together all the top actors and actresses to bless your Christmas.

Main casts:

  • Lydia Forson – as Akosua
  • Adjetey Anang – as Nii Tetteh
  • Zynell Zuh – as Kuukua
  • Ekow Blankson – as Asamoah
  • Kweku Elliot – as Sam
  • Elikem Kumodji – as Kudjoe
  • Prince David Osei – as Steve
  • Fiifi Coleman – as Quansah
  • Clemento Suarez – as Agbo
  • General Ntatia – as Dr. Lotto
  • Akorfa Edjeani – as Mama Kuuks
  • Bukom Bank – as Himself

 

4. Play Queens

When prostitution goes digital and diabolical, enriching those plying the trade and living a high-flying lifestyle, tears become scarce when it is needed the most.

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