The first episode of reality television show, My Dream Wedding (MDW), premiered at the Grove Mall Cinema on Friday.
The show debut featured a couple from different Namibian tribes (OvaHerero and Damara) and their entire journey, leading up to their wedding day.
It covered the traditional wedding preparations and was filled with moments of surprise, joy and happiness.
Now that the show has come to life, it is a dream come true for the show’s chief executive producer, Julia Kadhikwa.
“I have faced all the challenges, so I am ready to risk my entire universe and make the second episode twice as good as the first. This is just the beginning,” said Kadhikwa confidently during the launch.
The premiere was also attended by the information deputy minister Emma Theofelus, South African television star SK Khoza and Namcor chief executive Imms Mulunga.
“I can’t wait… The presence of the honourable Emma Theofilus and other guests really fuels my passion for more episodes. I am empowered beyond words,” said Kadhikwa excitedly.
Without going into much detail, she announced major expansion of the MDW and unique innovations to come.
Kadhikwa said Namibians can expect 12 more episodes for a full season.
The show is anticipated to broadcast on national television on a date yet to be announced.
Despite Covid-19 regulations, the cinema was filled to capacity, which left Kadhikwa speechless.
“I had low expectations, but thanks to everyone for being present.”
The show is produced by Olive Entertainment Agency & African Nexus Digital Media.