This July, Africa Magic viewers will enjoy movies starring one of Nollywood’s most loved actors, Desmond Elliot, every Saturday night. Desmond takes on a number of roles portraying the romantic, the adventurous, and the wild and foolish.
The Saturday nights line-up include:
Return of the Boys Cot Part 1-2: Three young men become con artists as a means to living the good life. DStv audiences can tune into Africa Magic on Saturday 2 July at 20:00 CAT to watch as things get complicated when they realise that they are dating the same ladies they are conning. Cast: Nonso Diobi, Jim Iyke, Desmond Elliot, Uche Jumbo and Mike Ezuruonye.
Dangerous Emotion Part 1-2: A woman is unhappy after the man she falls for and helps out of the slums takes a fancy to her daughter. DStv audiences can tune into Africa Magic on Saturday 9 July at 20:00 CAT to find out whether she will let go and allow him to move on with her daughter. Also, will her daughter truly be able to accept the fact that she is marrying her mother’s ex? Cast: Silvia Eguakhide, Desmond Elliot and Clarion Chukwura.
Hidden Eyes Part 1-2: Gina, a medical consultant, has had a successful practice for 11 years until patients inexplicably start dying on her operating table. DStv audiences can tune into Africa Magic on Saturday 16 July at 20:00 CAT to watch how Gina’s career and destiny unfold. Cast: Monalisa Chinda, Desmond Elliot and Kalu Ikeagwu.
Mamush Part 1-2: Mamush is in love with and wants to marry a man who may not be good for her. DStv audiences can tune into Africa Magic on Saturday 23 July at 20:00 CAT to watch as she rejects the help of the people around her who try to help her realise the truth. Cast: Katae Henshaw Nuttal, Desmond Elliot and Bimbo Akintola.
Kingpin Part 1-2: An empty throne creates a power tussle between two half-brothers. They are willing to go to extreme lengths to be king and subsequently employ two rival gangs as hit men for their dastardly deeds. DStv audiences can tune into Africa Magic on Saturday 30 July at 20:00 CAT to discover how far they would go. Cast: Zulul Adigwe, Segun Arinze and Desmond Elliot.