EbonyLife TV has announced its newly acquired format rights to CBSSI’s 'Melrose Place' and 'Dynasty.'
EbonyLife TV, Africa’s entertainment and lifestyle network, has acquired from CBS Studios International, the format rights to classic blockbuster series 'Melrose Place and 'Dynasty.'
Commenting on the news, Executive Chairman and CEO of EbonyLife TV, Mo Abudu, says "We're highly pleased to have acquired the format rights for 'Melrose Place' and 'Dynasty', two of the most iconic and unforgettable series from CBSSI, the home of some of the world’s most amazing storylines and electrifying series!"
This news is coming on the heels of the network's latest production, 'Desperate Housewives Africa', based on the multiple award winning ABC Television drama hit series, 'Desperate Housewives.'
About 'Melrose Place.'
Set in and named after an apartment block in the West Hollywood district of Los Angeles, Melrose Place chronicles the lives and loves of a group of young adults, each with their own dreams and drives.
A doctor and a budding fashion designer, roommates who later fall in love and a man with no love life round out the first round of tenants in this tiny apartment complex that boasts a very interesting and spellbinding way of life.
Dynasty is an ‘80s American drama series about a wealthy but dysfunctional oil rich family and the conflict between two large corporations: Denver Carrington and Colby Co.
It is an irresistible and spellbinding story of passion, glamour, catfights and the biggest shoulder pads in Denver. Dynasty was the long-running primetime soap fueled by an all-star cast and 'sexsational' storylines.
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