Real-life, drama and more. There's never a dull moment on this genre of TV programming.
If there’s one thing we love about reality television, it’s the fact that it’s real, unscripted and unpredictable. As a viewer you can only hope and wish things go the way you want for your favourite character on whatever show, but you never really know.
Check out this list of Nigerian reality TV shows we can't seem to get enough of.
The quest for the best dancer in Nigeria is on! The reality TV series by Peter Okoye of P-Square made its debut TV on 25 September, 2015. On this first season, professional dancers Kaffy and Don Flexx also come on-board the show as judges.
Gulder Ultimate Search
Hosted by Chidi Mokeme, the show requires the contestants to engage in physical and mental activities. Auditions for season 12 are set to kick off later this year.
I Love Naija
‘I Love Naija’ is a game show hosted by Stephanie Coker. The show is currently in its first season. On the show, Nigerian celebrities are put in two different teams and both teams go head to head to prove just how much they know about our country and her culture.
The show features media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and comedian Tee A who head the two teams.
Maltina Dance All
This is probably one of the hottest dance shows on TV right now. The show brings dance groups made up of nuclear families to compete for amazing prizes.
The Next Titan
This is an entrepreneurial reality show, produced by Ficomms International Group. The second season of the show is about to kick off with auditions in Lagos, Abuja, and Port Harcourt
'Project Fame' is a music talent show hosted by Joseph Benjamin and Bolanle Olukanni. The show is currently in its eighth season.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' is one show that always has us holding our breaths, cursing family members out and hugging cushions. On the show hosted by Frank Edoho, contestants have to answer a series of questions and if they get the answers correctly, they stand the possibility of winning cash.