MultiChoice Kenya Launches Two Brand New Local Shows, Zari & Ka-Siri, on Maisha Magic Plus


MultiChoice Kenya MD Nzola Miranda and other guests pop up confetti during the launch of Maisha Magic’s two new programs at Windsor Hotel in Nairobi.

Nairobi, 18 September 2023: MultiChoice Kenya, the country’s leading pay tv and entertainment provider, has today launched two brand new local shows for television enthusiasts in Kenya.  The two shows will be accessible on Maisha Magic Plus which is now available on DStv Access and GOtv Plus and up in a campaign dubbed “Tumefungulia Magic”.

“Ka-Siri”, a telenovela explores the proverbial theme of “the rich also cry”. The gripping story unfolds around an extremely wealthy man, Zula, who is killed in a home invasion, leaving behind a home that is wrapped in passion, lies, discoveries, secrets and shocking revelations. Viewers will embark on a rollercoaster of drama to uncover who ultimately claims victory in the end. Ka-Siri” boasts an impressive lineup of over 100 episodes, promising a long-lasting and captivating journey for its audience. Episodes will air every Monday to Wednesday at 19:30 EAT from Monday 9 October 2023,”.

Zari is a modern Cinderella story which follows the story of Nina, a young woman whose rightful family – and fortune are hidden from her. Will Nina and her true biological father, Dylan ever be reunited and will her adopted family pay for their duplicity? Zari premieres on Monday 23 October 2023,and will air every Monday to Friday at 20:30 EAT.

Key casts that will feature in Zari include renowned local actors like Brenda Wairimu and Sara Hassan while Ka-Siri will feature Janet Torome, Saada Fateh and Philip Munyao.

The launch of these new local shows underscores MultiChoice unwavering commitment to delivering family-friendly exceptional entertainment experiences to its viewers with content that resonates with them.

Noted Nzola Miranda, Managing Director, MultiChoice Kenya.

The producer of both shows, Rashid Abdullah expressed his appreciation to MultiChoice Kenya for the support to local productions in Kenya.

Film production is very expensive and as filmmakers, investing and putting money behind productions is not easy, access to finance and capital too has many barriers.

Concluded Rashid.

Reporting by JAMES MUTUA

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