Best Nollywood TV Series to binge on

Highlighted below is a list of Nigeria tv shows that not only took the hearts of the people who watched but also shook the time they came out. These tv shows have shown more potentials to go beyond the African tv screen to be accepted and love over the globe. Indeed, the scripting and screenplays were made to perfection with top-notch quality, and television shows couldn’t just get any better. We took out time to look out for good rankings from different reputable entertainment info providers, from the likes of Vanguard, Pulse and Zikoto. here are a few;


CAST: Victor Olaotan, Funlolan Aofiyebi-Raimi, Ireti Doyle, Damilola Adegbite, Chris Attoh.

Tinsel is a Nigerian tv show series written and created by Yinka Ogun that tells the tale of rivalry that exists between two competitive film producing companies; the Odyssey Pictures and Reel Studio. Tinsel is one of Africa’s longest tv show series that began in August 2008. The show is currently on its 13th season and it’s showing no sign it will be ending any soon.


CAST: Charles Inojie, Chinedu Ikedieze, Ada Ameh, Seun Adebajo Osigbesan, Kunle Bamtefa

The Johnsons is rated one of the funniest Nigerian tv show series that keeps the family together whenever the show is on. The show has more writers than lots of other tv show series and is directed by Charles Inojie.


CAST: Lola Adamson, Ifeanyi Akogo, Ozzy Agu, Harriet Akinola, Victoria Akomas, Hauwa Allahbura, Nonso Bassey

Battleground is definitely one of the most thrilling and exciting tv shows of the decade. The show tells an intriguing story of a wealthy family bound by love and tested by fate. Fate seems to be stronger than the will of their fate and only time can reveal what true love really means in this series. Stay tuned.


CAST: Sola Sobowale, Seyi Law, Segun Ajayi, Afeez Oyetoro, Uzo Osimkpa, Tobi Bakare.

Hustle tells the story of a Nigerian young man trying to get his life together but living with two of his unserious friends and lots of weird neighbors. The story brings out the hardship faced by upcoming bachelors before they find stability in a society like Nigeria.


CAST: Funke Akindele Bello, Folarin Falana, Juliana Olayode, Lota Chukwu, Paschaline Alex okoli

Jenifa’s diary is a Nigerian TV series created by one of Nollywood’s most talented movie stars Funke Akindele Bello. The show is pure comedy with and tint of family life and values on good friendship. The show holds lots of moral lessons for the young adults trying to make things work fast in life.

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