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StarTimes programming review boosts entertainment offering


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Subscriber’s enrolled in the StarTimes pay television platform are set to enjoy enhanced content offerings following the broadcaster’s review of key programs available on the pay television platform. The changes will see the introduction of new local and international content while shifting ongoing popular shows to prime-time viewing slots.

Kupatana show – the unscripted reality show detailing Kenyans’ true life experiences of relationships gone wrong will now be airing every Saturday from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm on the broadcaster’s local content channel Rembo TV. Featuring BET Awards host comedian and TV personality Dr. Ofweneke and veteran actress Mama Kayani, the Kupatana show will be seeking to establish the genesis of bitter fallouts while making efforts to mend now broken relations between former close associates and relationships.

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StarTimes has also introduced Mr. Right Tanzania, a popular matchmaking reality show that endeavors to identify a partner from contestants every weekday will also be airing on Rembo TV every Sunday from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

“These are deliberate efforts towards spicing up our weekend local content offering where our subscribers will now enjoy increased fresh content hours. We are confident that this shift in programming complemented by our international content across diverse genres will enrich the television viewing experience for every household connected to the StarTimes pay television service,” noted the broadcaster’s Content Director Mr. Myke Mwai.

StarTimes has also rolled out two exciting dramas Philippine – La Vida Lena and Turkish – My Left Side. La Vida Lena, which will be airing on the broadcaster’s Novela E Plus channel from 9:40 pm details an intense business rivalry between an enterprising Magda against a Royal Wellness family, taking the viewers through a journey full of utmost determination, hard work, bullying, loss, and revenge.

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Turkish Dramas which have increasingly gained popularity among the subscribers have seen the pay television platform roll out more content of a similar genre with – My Left Side being the latest addition. The drama which will be airing daily on Novela E channel from 8 pm follows major obstacles facing two soul mates who have to overcome their diverse and difficult backgrounds to be together.

“We continue to make progressive efforts towards ensuring our content is highly rated based on audience reviews and subscriber feedback this as we also commit to providing access to this great content at the most affordable monthly subscription rates in the country,” concluded Mr. Mwai.


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