‘Home Sweet Home’ Makes Debut On Viasat 1

Viasat 1 has acquired broadcast rights to air two Ghanaian series ‘Home Sweet Home’ and ‘Living with Trisha’ this month.

Starting from Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 8pm, Viasat 1 will premiere one of Ghana’s most popular television series ‘Home Sweet Home’. Season 9 of ‘Home Sweet Home’, shot on location in London, follows the life of Enoch Sarpong Junior, the eldest child of the Sarpong clan, as he comes to terms with living as a Ghanaian in the United Kingdom.

“We firmly believe that the acquisition of ‘Home Sweet Home’ will improve Viasat 1’s positioning on the ratings tables, as well as reinforce in the minds and hearts of people our mantra of being the number 1 entertainer in quality local content!” said Charlotte Gustavsson, CEO of Viasat 1.

Season 9 of ‘Home Sweet Home’ centers round Junior navigating his way out of bad economic transactions (reminiscent of the Kweku Adoboli case) that he made, whilst working as an investment banker for a recently defunct financial services group.

Nina is in her final year of high school and having turned eighteen, she is a young woman with an attitude! Jessica is about to graduate and has gone to Canada for her final year.

In the latter part of the season, the plot centers on Junior and his girlfriend arriving in Ghana with both the black and white side of her family, in order to plan their upcoming nuptials. TV audience will be introduced to more of the extended family of the Sarpongs with dramatic and hilarious storylines.

‘Home Sweet Home’ premieres Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 8pm and airs every Tuesday thereafter at 8:00pm, replacing ‘Tinsel’ at that time slot. The show is produced by Revel Film Productions in London.

Other new programmes set to make premieres on the channel include ‘Living with Trisha’ on Wednesday 9 May 2012 at 8pm; Season 3 of the ‘Men In Black’ animated series on Friday May 11 2012 at 6am; season 12 of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ on Friday May 18 2012; and ‘I’m in love with Bomaye’ on Monday May 28th 2012 at 4pm.

 

source:  peacefmonline

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