Medical dramedy, Clinically Speaking, berths
Known for providing entertaining films and series, Accelerate Plus, powered by Access Bank, has released a medical dramedy series, tagged, Clinically Speaking.
With the plethora of storylines that could emerge from the hospital setting, Clinically Speaking is a celebration of medical professionals being everyday superheroes.
From steamy romances to epic tragedies, to watching doctors fight valiantly to preserve lives, the series is about Dr. Peju Coker’s journey as an intern going through day-to-day life at a government hospital in Lagos.
She’s often at the centre of many dramatic moments, with a mix of slapstick humour, monologues, relatable characters, and insight into areas of the medical field rarely seen on television – the good and evil of medical ethics.
The series may have, worked its way into the hearts of viewers and become a long-time favourite.
On the launch of the series, Accelerate’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Colette Otusheso, said the team was happy to unveil the series.
“We are delighted to unveil another interesting series from the stable of Accelerate Plus. It is important that people see their lives reflected in storytelling and that is what we have done with Clinically Speaking,” she said.
According to her, the show explores realistic real-life circumstances reflecting the story’s theme, which would keep the viewers talking for days.
“With the overwhelming reception of past series, we are presenting this new relatable series that tells an authentic African story for a global audience,” she enthused.
More so, the creator of the series, Temilola Akinmuda, said she was also excited to be partnering with Accelerate Plus to bring such dream into reality.
“I had a fantastic experience working with the Accelerate Plus team and I am sure this series would elicit a lot of laughter for the viewers as they watch the series on the premier subscription video-on-demand platform,” she said.
Clinically Speaking is an Accelerate Plus Original, created by Temilola Akinmuda, produced by Esse Akwawa and directed by Michael Akinrogunde.
The series has various a-list actors such as Gbemi Akinlade, Omotunde “Lolo1” David, Enioluwa Adeoluwa, Eso Dike, Maurice Sam, Paul Utomi, and many seasoned actors.
For your fix of hospital drama, stay tuned as new episodes of Clinically Speaking streams every Thursday on Accelerate Plus.
Watch all 13 episodes on Accelerate Plus, a Streaming Video-on-Demand (SVOD) platform, which gives subscribers access to quality African movies and series for a fee of N100 monthly for Access bank account holders and N500 for subscribers within Nigeria.