Netflix says in partnership with Peace Hyde they have created the first-ever African reality series “Young, Famous, and African” that features Khanyi Mbau and other African superstars.
Earlier this week The Bulrushes reported that Khanyi had ditched the Mzansi Magic drama Abomama series for Netflix.
On Wednesday Netflix said Peace Hyde, a British-Ghanaian, and well-known TV host and creator would be the executive producer of Africa’s biggest reality show.
The show promises to provide a fascinating entrée into the famous world of some of Africa’s best superstars that include Swanky Jerry from Nigeria,
The other stars are Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania, Annie Macaulay Idibia from Nigeria, South African superstars Mbau, Nadia Nakai, Andile Ncube, and Naked DJ.
Peace Hyde began her media career in Ghana as GH One’s Friday Night Live and MTN Hitmaker host.
CNN, Black Enterprise, Huffington Post, Ebony, Fox News, and many more have featured Hyde’s work.
Ghana’s media maven was named by CNN as one of the 100 most influential young people in Africa in 2018, 2019, and 2020.
Netflix says the reality series is set to be broadcast in 190 countries to an audience of more than 200 million subscribers.