“The Wedding Channel Africa” is one to watch

“The Wedding Channel Africa” launched a few months ago running as a block on Ebonylife TV and some terrestrial TV channels.

The channel airs carefully curated content on all things wedding as well as lifestyle shows. The content is fresh and engaging. Here’s a quick rundown of our top picks;

Weddings

Nigerian weddings have always been rich and colourful but they’re now more glamourous than ever. The Wedding Channel Africa brings some of these colourful weddings to your screens.

Clicks 

If you’re a romantic and sappy, you’ll definitely love this show. For the first time, photographers are in the spotlight as they share their top “click moments” from the weddings they’ve covered.

Wedding Playlist 

This show will make you nostalgic and mushy at the same time. Some guests have taken us way back to the days of Sunny Neji’s “Oruka” and Tosin Martin’s “Olomi” while others made us lovesick with Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud”.

5 Years After

Couples chat about their journey after having been married for over 5 years. They talk about how they met, why they married their spouses, sex after babies and their worst fears. This show is refreshing because very often we hear about the sad break-up stories.

The Wedding Police 

This one needs no introduction. Although not an original concept, the panel discuss the fashion hits and misses of much-talked about weddings in Africa. We don’t always agree with the panel but that’s part of what makes it fun.

Bar Room Therapy 

Media personality Oscar Oyinsan plays bartender as he chats to guests who share some of their most challenging life experiences, insecurities and more. We love this show but wish the background music would be toned-down a bit.

Other shows from this channel are “Wedding on a Budget,” “Link Up” and “Sisi Eko.” The Wedding Channel Africa plans to broadcast as a full 24-hour channel in the near future and it is one to watch.

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A lover of the arts who sees film and television through the eyes of the Nigerian viewer.