5 ( Hilarious!) Nigerian TV Series To See

It's no news that movies and I have a special bond that we share.  Series however, have a special place in my heart and that's why I'm always looking for new tv series to get hooked on. Now if you remember correctly, my both posts on series here and here were "eurocentric", and I had said I was going to make a list of my Favorite Nigerian Tv series soon. Well today is that day!

I have five (5) Nigerian series that I think people should see because they're extremely relatable and very hilarious. You already know I'm all for humour anytime anyday!

Without further ado, here are my top 5 Nigerian Tv series:

1) Jenifa's Diary: I recently told my friend to check his head and sense of humour because he said jenifa's diary is not funny! I don't know about you but I can never get over how she comes up with the terrible English she speaksπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. You think you've heard it all and she throws another one! This is definitely one of my faves not only because of the humour but because there are also lessons to be learned so maybe next time give it a try, Yes?

2) Skinny Girl in Transit: All my #SGIT fam let me see your hands upπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ. This one is too real and I love it! Especially with Ngozi Nwosu showcasing how a typical Yoruba mother behaves, you can't help but love it. This series gives us a view into the life of an average Nigerian girl and how she deals with love, pressure and losing weight! If you're not watching this series, you're sleeping on a bicycle! Plus it has some really cute people in it too😊

3) Husbands of Lagos: This is another beautiful series from iroko tv.  (I hear they're starting another one soon titled "single ladies" ) Husbands of Lagos looks at the lives of different man and his they interpret their roles in their relationships. We have the mummy's boy, the local but rich igbo business man, 'the two-faced' husband and the classic player. I just started season 2 no spoilers pleaseπŸ˜‘

4) Life of a Nigerian Couple: I stumbled on the trailer of this series on YouTube sometime ago, and I just couldn't wait to get started. If you know @iambisola on instagram then you should know that you're in for a treat. She is the Yoruba wife who is married to an Igbo man (Okey Uzoeshi). As much as they love each other, they fight about everything from "Ofe Owerri" (Owerri Soup)  to "Efo Elemimeje" (Vegetable soup). It's actually downright hilarious, entertaining and educative. It airs on ebonylife tv on Mondays, but you can check YouTube or Google for more details.

5) This is it: I saw this one on instagram and I was patiently waiting for it to start. It centers around a newly wed young couple who are somewhat clueless on how the whole marriage thing works. So there are very hilarious moments as well as very serious moments. It puts you in the 'lovey-dovey-marriage' mood but at other times not so much. One thing is sure though, when you're married to your friend, you're good to go...ish.

That's it Ladies and Gents! I honestly have to say that the Nigerian film industry have really stepped it up a notch in recent times and they're doing a great work. So if you're not one for Nigerian movies and series, you should try these ones out and thank me later!

Over to You...

Which of these series do you watch? Which is your favourite? Which other ones would you recommend? I would love to know.


  1. Jenifa's Diary and SGIT are my faves. I should jump on Husbands of Lagos soon plus This is It sounds like a must watch.

    1. You know this! You should definitely start watching the others. Thanks for reading hun😚

  2. You mentioned all my favorites! I want to start the life of a Nigerian couple, do you know where I can find it?

    1. The first episode is on YouTube but it usually airs on ebonylife tv on weekdays.
      Thanks for reading hunπŸ’•πŸ’•


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