1 – OutDaughtered
Who doesn’t love a good reality TV series? *OutDaughtered* follows the lives of Adam and Danielle, proud parents of quintuplet girls. That’s five little girls if you’re wondering! As you can expect, the family goes through quite a lot of challenges, but their strong family values and love for each other gets them through the toughest of times. Catch the series on *17 August on TLC, DStv Channel 135 at 06:30 CAT.
2 – The Karate Kid
This iconic film is still a childhood favourite – even after 36 years! *The Karate Kid* follows Daniel LaRusso, who is taught Gōjū-ryū karate by Mr Miyagi so that he can defend himself and compete in a tournament against his bullies. It’s the perfect movie for martial arts fans and even teaches you how to find inner strength when you’re trapped in a sticky situation.
Tune in to watch on *11 August on TNT Africa, DSTV Channel 137 at 08:35 CAT and GOtv Channel 16 (Channel 116 Ghana and Channel 316 Uganda) at 06:35 CAT.
3 – Date my family Tanzania
The lengths these families will go to ensure their sons’ and daughters’ happiness is astonishing – and quite hilarious. The show helps singletons find their love interest by setting them on dates with their potential partner’s closest friends and family. While many go out of their way to portray their friend or family member as the perfect candidate, others don’t hold back and say it exactly how it is. Find out just how close these family members are on *15 August on Maisha Magic Bongo, DStv Channel 160 at 17:30 CAT and GOtv Channel 5 at 04:00 CAT.
4 – The Lukkas
This series is full of twist and turns as the Lukka siblings find out about their father’s illegitimate son after his passing. As it turns out, this new kid is now entitled to their father’s legacy! The show teaches the importance of strong family bonds, staying truthful and having a transparent relationship with your kids. If this is right up your alley, tune in on *15 August on Pearl Magic, DStv Channel 161 at 19:00 CAT and GOtv Channel 304 Uganda and Channel 8 Kenya at 19:30 CAT.
5 – The Johnsons.
Rogers Ofime just got it right! This Nigerian TV series features an average Nigerian family in Lagos, Nigeria, and the ups and downs they experience together as a family. It teaches strong family values and how a family will always have your back. Settle in and discover your new favourite sitcom on *16 August on Africa Magic Family, DStv Channel 154 at 10:30 CAT and GOtv Channel 2 (Channel 102 Ghana and Channel 302 Uganda).