Chiagoziem Nwakanma and Nick Mutuma also shared their experience working with the director, Dolapo Adeleke.
The series which tells the story of a young and clueless newlyweds, premiered with an episode titled "Honeymoon Crashers."
Lead stars of the web series, Chiagoziem Nwakanma and Nick Mutuma, were recently a guest at Pulse TV, where they spoke extensively on the series.
On core message of the show, Chiagoziem Nwakanma said, "This is It" is about relationships from different angles, and how to also work things out from within without going out." For Nick Mutuma, it's all about imperfect perfection. "It is also like a window into modern life relationships, and how they function," he added.
On how "This is It" has changed their mentality about marriage, Nwakanma, who looks forward to marriage, said, "It made it less complicated." "It just enlightened me about marriage. I think the secret to marriage is communication. It made me understand and respect the union of marriage." Mutuma, who isn't excited about marriage as his co-star, added.
The duo also spoke about the character most viewers would love, interpreting their roles, working with the director, Lowladee Dolapo Adeleke ("Brave," "A Place Called Happy"), their expectations, and the future of TV in Africa.
"This is It" follows the first year journey of the young clueless newlyweds Dede and Tomide, how they adjust living together, dealing with friends and a little drama.
Starring Kenyan actor Nick Mutuma (Tomide) and Nigerian actress, Dede (Chiagoziem Nwakanma), the first season focuses on the first six months of their marriage.
The romantic comedy also stars Stan Nze, Bimbo Ademoye, Bukola Oladipupo, Teni Aladese and Chisom Ofor, with Olumide Oworu, Joyce Maina, Linda Osifo, Ben Touitou, Kunle Coker, Tosan ugbeye, Asa’ah Samuel among others.