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Desprate Housewives gets African adaptation

27 April 2015, 18:39

Lagos - ABC's hit TV series 'Desperate  Housewives', moves closer to Africa with an adaptation of the series for the continent, reports Pulse.ng

Ebonylife TV, ABC studio and Disney Channel combined forces to bring this TV drama series to life.

'Desperate Housewives Africa' premiers on  EbonyLife TV  on April 30.

Desperate Housewives is an American television comedy-drama-mystery series created by Marc Cherry and produced by ABC Studios and Cherry Productions.

 It aired from October 3, 2004, until May 13, 2012.

Desperate Housewives casts include
Michelle Dede : Tari Gambadia the African version of Susan Mayer
Nini Wacera : Ese De Souza the African version of Bree Van De Kamp
Kehinde Bankole : Kiki Obi the African version of Gabrielle Solis
Omotu Bissong : Funke Lawal the African Version of Lynette Scavo
Mercy Dolapo Oni :  Rume Bello the African version of Mary Alice Young
Linda Osifo : Rhetta Moore the African version of Edie Britt
Joseph Benjamin : Chuka Obi the African version of Carlos Solis
Jason Nwoga : Larry Izama the African version of Mike Delphino
Femi Branch : Plays Deji Bello the African version of Paul Young
Nonso Odogwu : Kayode De Souza the African version of Rex Van De Kamp
Ozzy Agu : Sina Lawal the African version of Tom Scavo
Ben Touitou: Tai Etim the African version of John Rowland

Read more at Pulse.ng

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