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First-ever BBNaija documentary to premiere Saturday

BBNaija documentary
BBNaija documentary

The first-ever documentary on the television reality show, Big Brother Naija, is set to premiere Saturday, Aug 13, 2022.

Femi Falodun, Chief Executive Officer of ID Africa, the media consultant for the reality TV show, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.

Falodun said that the mini-documentary titled “BBNaija: the Fame, the Fans, the Frenzy”, produced by ID Africa’s The Bang Studio would premiere on Africa Magic Showcase.

“‘BBNaija: The Fame, the Fans, the Frenzy’ will take viewers behind the scenes of the biggest reality TV show in Africa and reveal some truths about the show’s production.

“It features some of the show’s most popular housemates, including Mercy Eke, Laycon, Nengi, Prince, Alex Asogwa, Bisola Aiyeola, Elozonam, and Ozo.

“‘BBN: The Fame, the Fans, the Frenzy’ tells the untold story of the show and examines its impact through the eyes of relevant stakeholders, with appearances from the host, crew and organisers of the show.

“This has grown to become the biggest Big Brother franchise in the world,” he said.

Falodun explained that the show was an African pop-culture phenomenon, so it was necessary to tell its story.

“At ID Africa, we love to tell untold stories, and what better story to tell than that of the biggest Big Brother instalment in the franchise’s history?

“In the recently-concluded season alone, the show recorded over a billion votes from millions of viewers.

“It was also watched in over 30 countries across the globe, I am thrilled that we get to share the backstory of how this show is made and how much it changes the participants’ lives,” he said.

Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice, also shared her excitement about the premiere of the documentary.

She said: “We have worked tirelessly behind the scenes for years to make Big Brother Naija a success, so, it is quite exciting to see the story of how the show comes together each year being told so brilliantly.

“The documentary will give fans an insight into how much work it takes to deliver the show each year”. (NAN)

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