Last week, a first time collaboration between an American TV production studio and Nollywood was announced.
EbonyLife Limited and Sony Pictures Television have signed a 3-year deal on 3 exciting scripted TV projects set to be distributed internationally, yes!! To networks around the world, The 3-year project deal is the first of its kind, between Sony Pictures and a Nigerian/African company.
This is no doubt a big one for EL Tv and Mo Abudu is showing she is ready to take the world. She wrote on her Instagram page;
“Beautiful people, I am pleased to announce to you all, the good news that I promised to share with you. Our 3 projects will include a TV series inspired by The Dahomey Warriors. This action-packed series inspired by true events took place in the West African kingdom of Dahomey in 1890’s.”
Nigerian filmmaker Femi Odugbemi applauded the deal. He told CNN, “It’s the first time I think a global company, or a company with a global footprint, is coming to the table, not just to give crumbs but to actually to try to collaborate in a way that expands opportunity for creating (stories) of African descent.”
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Furthermore, the union will give room for the series to be scripted to match that of Game of Thrones, Outlanders, Marco Polo and the list goes on.
The deal comes after a boom in interest for African stories in TV and Film, Marvel’s “Black Panther,” set in a fictional African nation Wakanda, and has been major global hit smashing the $1 billion box office mark.
The announced TV show is inspired by the story of the Dahomey Warriors, an all-female West African military group who protect their nation.
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