A huge show will replace Rhythm City on e.tv next month.
The e.tv channel promised a spectacular show when they announced the new show that will replace; Rhythm City; which ends next month.
The channel's management have been keeping the names of the cast members close to their chests for now.
The e.tv channel said for now they will not reveal the names of the actors; who will be seen on this show.
They did reveal that the show has renowned actors who have won acting awards locally; new faces will also appear on the show.
BABY Cele; one of the actors who will be seen in the new telenovela; House of Zwide; which will start on 19 July; replacing Rhythm City. Picture: TWITTER
A local newspaper once reported about the production of this show and that some of the actors are Baby Cele and Lindani Nkosi; who will have leading roles.
The show that will start on 19 July; is expected to introduce the Zwide family to local audiences. The family is focused on fashion; though there are things that come in their way in the fashion fraternity.
Desiree Markgraaff from Bomb Productions said; they hope that the viewers will welcome the Zwide family with warm hands.
"We are humbled to step in the shoes of Rhythm City; which did very well over the past years. Covid-19 made it difficult for all of us; so we want to tell a story that no matter what happens; no matter what difficulties we are faced with in life; we should not let go of our dreams." Said Desiree.
Anant Singh from VideoVision Entertainment; said this show will be loved by many because it relates an amazing story in the fashion fraternity.
"It's a very encouraging show but it changes a lot which will keep its viewers not wanting to miss anything." Said Anant.
"We are very happy to work with our industry colleagues; Bomb Productions in this telenovela. This is the second show we have produced for this channel." Said Anant.
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