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Sadau Sisters Returns To Showmax With Chilling Experience

By Eniola Daniel
31 January 2024   |   8:18 am
Showmax is back with another Nigerian original reality television series, Sadau Sisters, starring celebrated Nigerian actress Rahama Sadau alongside her three sisters, Aisha, Fatima and Zainab.

Showmax is back with another Nigerian original reality television series, Sadau Sisters, starring celebrated Nigerian actress Rahama Sadau alongside her three sisters, Aisha, Fatima and Zainab.

The 13-part series is set to premiere on Showmax on February 12, 2024.

Sadau Sisters follows the lives of Rahama, an award-winning actress and star of the family, who is no stranger to controversy; Zainab, a baker, restaurateur and rising star; Aisha, a make-up artist and the peace-maker of the family; and Fatima, a fashion model and the baby of the house. As they navigate the intricacies of sisterhood, not only do they discover gripping facts about each other, but they also deal with family traumas and controversies, in the hopes of finding healing.

Set against the background of strong religious and cultural beliefs, the debut season will see the sisters reunite in a new home and city a move that uncovers many secrets about their family. Each episode will take viewers on a captivating journey of the personal lives of these young, northern Nigerian women as they juggle the demands of fame, family and everything in between.

Sadau Sisters is part of the exciting content slate Showmax is set to release for the relaunch of the Showmax app on February 9, 2024. Other titles set for release include the highly anticipated second season of AMVCA-nominated Flawsome, romcom The Counsellor, and Freemen, a documentary on the celebrated Igbo Apprenticeship System.

Rahama Sadau is an award-winning Nigerian actress, model, producer, and media personality who gained prominence when she joined Kannywood, the Hausa-language movie industry, in 2013, starring in her debut film, Gani Ga Wane. She has since appeared in a number of Hausa-language and English-language films and series, including Sons of the Caliphate and its sequel War: Wrath and Revenge, MTV Shuga, Chief Daddy 2 and Up North.

Speaking on the series, Rahama who is also the executive producer of the series, said: “I am thrilled to be doing this show, and even more so with my sisters who are simply my favourite people in the world.”

“This show presents a unique opportunity for me to share a more personal side of my life with viewers and my fans. I am grateful to Showmax for providing a platform to tell our stories, and I can’t wait for everyone to join us on this incredible adventure.”

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