WWTBAM reveals new made-in-Nigeria set as it premieres first episode of Series 2 – The Rebirth

Tonight, March 20, 2022 will unveil the first-ever episode, in a brand new series of the award-winning and ace Nigerian game show based on the original British format — ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Series 2: The Rebirth’

Shimmering in brand new set designs and decor initially specified in the United Kingdom, designed in South Africa and fully made in Nigeria with the help of South African technical partners, the signature of the rebirth show is a masterpiece to view and a work of art to reckon with.

According to the CEO of show producers, Blk Hut, a Boutique Consultancy and Agency firm that offers a range of services in Media Production and Entertainment Business in Nigeria, Hakeem Condotti, “There are three main types of sets for ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. The best one is used in the UK, the other in Israel and the middle east and the third, in South America and Africa. We were given the option of using any of them but decided to go for the same one as the UK. I’m excited about our new set as Three Nigerian companies came together to make sure the set was built to the required specifications — a testament to what can be produced here in Nigeria.”

Hosting a private premiere party of the return of this number 1 TV game show in Nigeria, in a gathering that will bring together in audience, a profusion of HNIs, celebrities, influencers and social butterflies, this event is guaranteed to ensure that the 300 carefully selected guests experience the ‘hot seat’ and beyond. With a cinematic view and feel at IMAX Cinema, Lekki, Lagos, which lines the event’s black carpet for 6 pm and the main event, 8.30 pm, this epochal event is already primed to be truly unforgettable.

‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ Series 2 — The Rebirth hosted by seasoned, charismatic and inimitable broadcaster, Frank Edoho, and whose production is under license from Sony Pictures Television with a new staggering prize money of N20,000,000, is set to revolutionise the history of television production in Nigeria, Africa and the world.

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