In celebration of Valentine’s Day and the month of love, BWNG TV (the creators of web-to-TV hit Brothers With No Game) host a panel show delving into the mind of the single male. In the five-part YouTube series, four British guys candidly discuss their honest (and controversial!) thoughts on dating, sex, women, relationships and marriage.
Hosted by presenter Claire Clottey, the So He Says panel includes:
Aaron Roach Bridgeman – presenter and host
Chris Enti – author and founder of website What He Really Thinks
Jimmy – founder of Gee (Gentleman’s Encyclopedia of Excellence)
Reuben Christian – presenter, comic and co-creator of style site Individualism
Check out episode 1 of A Day in the Life of Daddy, the new series from the creators of web-to-TV hit Brothers With No Game. The series follows the life of Kwame – a single male Londoner, as he attempts to improve his relationship with his 6 year-old daughter, following the emergence of another man in the her mother’s life.
In episode 1, before jetting off to Thailand with her new boyfriend Lee, Makaila drops off Tiffany to her father Kwame. Kwame, irresponsibly unaware of Tiffany's early arrival after hosting a house party last night, does his best to put on a sober face. It doesn't last very long when Makaila reveals to Kwame that Lee wants her and Tiffany to move in with him.
Welcome to a Status London, a brand new reality based series. Filmed in London, the exciting show follows the lives of 8 entrepreneurs from the UK's Black entertainment scene; each with their own ideal of success and 'living the dream', but all with one common goal: to make it happen.
In episode 1, Play plans his next venture while Siobhan is unsure about attending an event.
Check out the first epiosde of YOMO, from content creators Ment2Excel Digital.
Yonah & Moshana (Yo & Mo) are two ladies living and loving in London. Both are fast approaching thirty, and the reality of being left on the shelf — is becoming just that — a reality. Determined not to grow old as lonely spinsters with just themselves and a cat for company, they decide to go on an all out assault to find their future husbands. For Yo & Mo marriage is for life, therefore they are determined to make sure its with the right guy, even if it means meeting all the wrong ones!
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Take a look at the trailer for Life of Hers, an upcoming web series from Cardy Films.
Life of Hers, written by Samantha Chioma, is a drama series reflecting the lives and friendships of four millennial women in a cosmopolitan city. It explores the complexities of life as a first generation Black British young woman and some of the unique conflicts that can arise between inherited traditions and assimilated new cultures.
The award-winning web series Dear Jesus returned in March for a third series. Created and produced by Wonderlondon Films, the show revolves around youg fashion journalist Mercedes whose life falls apart so writes prayers to Jesus on her laptop to make sense of it all. Catch up on the series so far below and tune in to youtube.com/dearjesustv every Sunday at 8pm for fresh new episodes.
Check out this new web series from the US featuring Brit actress Gabrielle Ryan.
No drunk chicks, no ho's, and they can't be from Staten Island (it's a long story). These are a few of the rules Quinton has for one night stands. He's no Romeo and he's far from an Adonis. He's just a guy committed to being the perfect boyfriend — for one night. Each webisode we meet a new woman and they're as diverse as the city in which this adult comedy is set — New York. But beware. Quinton may look like he's living a life most men dream about, but one never knows what lurks behind a woman's bedroom door.
Adots Apprentice is an upcoming 4 part web series from writers director Sebastian Thiel, Dionne Reid and Babatunde Aleshe. Coming out of Thiel's Its Upshot production company and powered by Elevation Networks, the web series spoofs the ever so popular The Apprentice reality show franchise but sees the hilarious Adot take over the hiring and firing. The cast includes Afolabi Dasaolu, Kevin Gary, Michael Salami, Andrew Apraku, Sophie Miller, Melissa Perry, Marlon Kameka, Ben Fawcett, and more.
Check out the trailer above and we'll keep you up to date with info about when it all goes live!