Check out the first episode of Hot Pepper, a new comedy series written by Bola Agbaje and directed by Destiny Ekaragha. The two previoulsy collaborated on 'Gone Too Far', the film adapatation of Agbaje's award-winning play.
In the first episode, we see how far one guy goes to get rid of his One Night Stand.
As promised, here is the first episode of Heels Off, a brand new online talk show hosted by Rita Balogun, Amina Habeeb, Mercedes Benson, Ashley Watt and Oloni. In episode 1, the ladies discuss who should initiate a relationship and Amina takes viewers on a bargain shopping hunt.
Enjoy! Let us know what you think over at @Scene_TV.
Heels Off is an online talk show hosted by five ladies Rita Balogun, Amina Habeeb, Mercedes Benson, Ashley Watt and Oloni. Through their unique perspectives on life, these five bold ladies will give their opinions and thoughts on a range of topics such as relationships, love, beauty, fashion and much more.
In the first season of the hit online drama created by Danielle Scott- Haughton (Wonderlondon Films), protagonist Mercedes lost her job, her best friend and her boyfriend all in one day and was forced to move home and work at her family’s Jamaican take-away, Cool Breeze. Three seasons on and Mercedes is in as much trouble as she always is and every episode begins the same- “Dear Jesus!”
Returning from New York after her dramatic departure at the end of season 3, Mercedes realizes that nothing is as she left it. The whole crew is back, along with some new faces, and together they learn the past always has a way of catching up with you no matter how far you run.
Watch the first episode of the series above and click here for more.
How Did We Get Here?, a collaboration between BWNG TV and Cardy Films, follows a complicated love affair between childhood sweethearts Dewale and Imani. Dewale, a talented musician, is in the honeymoon stage of a new relationship while Imani is in the corporate world and engaged. They stumble across each other 5 years after their relationship ended and very quickly discover their feelings have yet to subside.
Told in reverse order, the story explores the emotional and psychological effects of a lost love and the depths a person will go to experience true love again. In a unique scheduling move, all five episodes have been released at the same time on the BWNG TV channel. The drama stars Kamara Bacchus (Kerching, Special Delivery, Life Of Hers) as Imani, Stephan Boyce (For The Love Of The Game) as Dewale, Monique Sian Mundle (Murdered by My Boyfriend) as Dewale’s girlfriend Michelle and Michael Gyekye (A Beautiful Death) as Imani’s fiancé Damien.
Check out the trailer for How Did We Get Here? a new original series coming soon to BWNG TV. The series is from the director of ‘Life Of Hers’ & ‘London Heat’ (Olan Collardy) and the writer/co-creator of ‘Brothers With No Game’ & ‘A Day In The Life Of Daddy’ (Leon Mayne).
How Did We Get Here? follows a complicated love affair between childhood sweethearts Dewale and Imani. Dewale, a talented musician, is in the honeymoon stage of a new relationship while Imani is in the corporate world and engaged. They stumble across each other 5 years after their relationship ended and very quickly discover their feelings have yet to subside.
‘Adam & Eve’ is a London based, modern adaptation of the first love story found in the biblical Book of Genesis. Set in a time where the concept of an apple has evolved from fruit to technology, the temptation in the hand of the beholder remains the same. With one simple bite, we witness young love deflate to lust, the fall of man, the beginning of the end.
‘Adam & Eve’ is written and directed by Oliver Greaves and co-produced by Jeffrey Boateng & Natasha Rosetta Joseph under their collaborative production umbrella of Visions Inc.
Check out the powerful trailer for Beasts of No Nation starring Idris Elba and introducing Abraham Attah.
When civil war tears his family apart, a young West African boy is forced to join a unit of mercenary fighters and transform into a child soldier. The Netflix Original Film is available on the on demand platform and in select theatres on 16th October.
The multi-talented and award-winning Javone Prince has landed on BBC Two with a brand-new sketch series. The Javone Prince Show looks at all facets of contemporary multicultural Britain; it questions who we are, what our attitudes are and why we have them. Each week, self-professed original loverman, Javone (PhoneShop, Horrible Histories) and friends will dissect 21st century Britain with a series of comedic takes on everyday life.
The Javone Prince Show (4×30') is the first production for Phil Bowker (PhoneShop, Pulling, 15 Storeys High) and Lee Tucker's (Silver River, Avalon) indie 'Lovely Electricity' and will be made jointly with BBC In-house Comedy Production. Myfanwy Moore (Little Britain) will be the executive producer.
Click here to watch Ep1 on iPlayer and brand new episodes Sundays 10pm on BBC Two.