Uche Jombo has announced her first small screen production titled "Boys are not Smiling."
The filmmaker who has produced movies like "Damaged," "Holding Hope" and "Lagos Cougars" is making her small screen debut with "Boys Are Not Smiling."
Jombo has announced her debut TV series which is created by her and produced by her brother Nelson Jombo, for Uche Jombo Studios.
She is also giving aspiring actors the opportunity to feature in the production, which is casting five lead actors and 10 sub-leads.
Jombo took to Instagram to announce auditions for actors between 19 to 25 years old. She also shared monologues that should be used to partake in the online auditions.
Currently in pre-production, "Boys Are Not Smiling" was conceived in 2012, and in the same year, she obtained an acknowledgement of copyright notification from the Nigerian Copyright Commission.
Uche Jombo made her acting debut in 1999 with the movie "Visa to Hell." In 2016, she made her directorial debut with "Lost in Us."
The actress will next be seen on the small screen in the anticipated "Wives on Strike" TV series, which is an adaptation of the box office record breaking movie by Omoni Oboli.
No further details have been disclosed about the plot of the upcoming "Boys are not Smiling."