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Pulse List 5 Nigerian TV series you should be watching

What's your favourite Nigerian TV series? Check out five engaging series you should be watching now.

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"Tinsel?" Sure, everyone knows about the show that has aired over 2000 episodes.

There are lots of shows on TV that make it difficult to keep up, but, Pulse Movies has got you.

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Hush finale

From "Jemeji" to "Battleground," check out Nigerian TV series you should be seeing and talking about.


1. "Hush"

"Hush" ended its run with a one-hour episode on Friday, March 31, 2017, on Africa Magic Showcase.

Fortunately for those who missed the series, "Hush" is returning on Africa Magic Family.

"Hush" revolves around Bem and Arinola, power-players in fashion and politics respectively.


2. "Hotel Majestic"

The series, which officially ended in January 2016, is currently being repeated on Africa Magic Family.

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Jenifa's Diary

"Hotel Majestic" revolves around the quest to control an ancient family hotel and the consequences that follows with it.

3. "Jenifa's Diary"

Currently in its 9th season, the Funke Akindele produced show can be seen on AIT and ROK.

The hilarious series follows the adventures of Suliat, a.k.a Jenifa, who has gone from being a secondary school dropout to a  hairdresser.

She is, however, still on her hilarious journey to greatness.


4. "Jemeji"

The Africa Magic Showcase series follows the story of a young doctor, who returns to Nigeria for her NYSC.

She is pleasantly surprised to be posted to her father's village.

However, her dream-come-true event quickly becomes a nightmare.

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Battleground poster


5. "Battleground"

In "Battleground," the Badmus family’s love for one another is put to the test when an unfortunate series of events lead to greed and power struggles within their ranks.

The series made its debut on Africa Magic Showcase on Monday, May 1, 2017.

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