Read this out loudly: In 2022, I will not be confused about shows to watch. In 2022, I refuse to stress myself over what to watch on Showmax.
Great! Now carry on…
It’s the weekend, or maybe you’re having a bonding time with bae, family or friends at home, and you just can’t figure out the best Ghanaian shows to keep you entertained as you munch on your favourite snacks. Not to worry, our list of Showmax recommendations is here to save you.
From the ever-popular Dede to the comedy drama – Ghana Jollof, here are some Akwaaba Magic hot picks to stream any day, anytime on Showmax.
You don’t have to be a lover of medical drama to love this series, and what makes it even more thrilling, is the explosive selection of cast and the beautiful display of the University of Ghana Medical Centre used as the location of this show. Love, drama, practical scenarios and so much more awaits you on Accra Medic.
Accra Medic is a medical drama that explores the lives of the staff at an Accra hospital. While also navigating the challenges in their personal lives, the series will follow them as they fight to save the lives of patients in a hospital that’s suffering from mismanagement in a country with an ailing healthcare system.
Sounds interesting? Stream here.
Not sure if moving in with your partner before marriage is a good idea? Follow Kudwoe and Lily’s story on Co-Habits to learn a thing or two while laughing your lungs out in every scene. This follows the story of an in-love young couple who decide to move in together before taking the leap and getting married. What ensues are funny situations and occurrences that threaten the foundation of their relationship. Will their love get stronger, or will they call it quits altogether?
Trust us, you’ll love it. Watch now on Showmax.
Date My Family Ghana
Finding love is not an easy chore, especially when it takes you through the road of meeting a potential partner through the eyes of their family. Date My Family Ghana – from the Date My Family franchise is a dating reality series that follows bachelors/bachelorettes as they attempt to find love with three potential dates. Be warned, it’s not your typical dating reality show as the singles’ friends and family are involved in the matchmaking and things can go from 100-0 real quick! Stream now.
We bet you want to know why Ghanaians are obsessed with this show and you can follow the Dede train by streaming now on Showmax. The drama is unending – with Tony trying to ruin Patrick’s life, Michael sacrificing his life to give a kidney to Rama, Lovia back at the Robertson’s to work as Rama’s spy and Belinda renewing her wicked ways in every episode.
Catch your faves – Joselyn Dumas, Lydia Forson, Adomaa Adjeman, Anita Erskine, Adjetey Anang and many more screen favourites in Dede on Showmax..
Ghana Jollof is the first Showmax Original comedy series in West Africa and is shot in Lagos and Accra. The show explores the uniqueness of being Nigerian and Ghanaian and is brought to life by a star-studded cast featuring seasoned Ghanaian actors and Nigerian comedy veterans. From Basket Mouth, to James Gardiner, Jacinta Ocansey, Joselyn Dumas, Mawili Gavor and many more stars, this show is a MUST-WATCH.
Want to know how Ghana and Nigerian Jollof tastes like? Stream Ghana Jollof here.
Season two may be over on Akwaaba Magic, but the InsideOut drama never ends on Showmax. After an explosive first season that saw Soraya battle two powerful families to help clear her mother’s name and stay out of jail, Ghana’s gripping drama Inside Out returns on Showmax with a second season.
In this new season, Soraya’s life is about to be even more complicated with the return of her sworn enemy, Maafio, who rises from the dead to claim her vengeance. Things get heated as Maafio forms an alliance with her partner in crime, Lucia, the woman who engineered Soraya’s mother’s death in prison. Missed out on this drama? Find out how season two ends here.
The hit 90s detective series and one of the most loved TV series ever produced in Ghana, gets a remake in a brand new Akwaaba Magic series, also available to stream here on Showmax.
Now with a fresh cast, and also the return of Oscar Provencal, this show follows the story of Inspector Bediako Jnr, a young detective who uses smart and creative means to investigate and solve domestic criminal cases, from kidnapping and corruption to murder and robberies, to protect the public from danger.
Which show are you bingeing on this weekend? Let us know on social media using #AkwaabaMagic and we promise not to drop any spoilers.