5 Leading TV Sitcoms You Should Watch Every Week

There is a growing rise in the production of sitcoms for television audience and the reception has been great.
In 2018 alone, several sitcoms emerged from different production houses across Nigeria but five of these sitcoms have remained distinguished.

From humour to family, social and moral values, these sitcoms have become favourites of TV audience across the Nigeria and beyond.

Here are the five leading TV sitcoms you should watch every week.
1. Jenifa’s Diary
‘Jenifa’s Diary’ is one of the leading sitcoms on Nigerian television presently.


In 30 mins, the sitcom tells the daily activities of a school dropout, Jenifa, who struggles with life’s injustice to be a better person at all times.

The hilarious sitcom is produced by Funke Akindele’s SceneOne Production and airs on AIT and Africa Magic channels.

2. Hustle
‘Hustle’ is another hilarious sitcom on Nigerian television getting the nods of viewers.

‘Hustle’ tells the tale of Dayo, a gullible Lagos hustler, who continues to see the best in people, hopeful that his dreams of making it big in Lagos will come true.

Dayo, though gullible but optimistic quickly learns that it is never as it seems as he comes to terms with hilariously catastrophic neighbours, an antagonistic landlady and a shady yet loyal roommate, Acid.

Produced by Africa Magic, ‘Hustle’ airs for 30mins on only Africa Magic channels on week nights.

3. My Siblings and I
This family oriented sitcom is another project of long list of Africa Magic projects.

‘My Siblings and I’ tells the activities of each member of the Aberuagba family and their friends in 30mins.

The sitcom airs on Africa Magic Urban and has interesting episodes like other sitcoms on this list.

4. Awon Aladun De

‘Awon Aladun De’ is a family oriented sitcom rendered in Yoruba language.

The hilarious and educative sitcom is one of the commendable productions from leading production outfit, Rare Edge.

The sitcom has a breed of new faces on TV but has a storyline that keeps viewers glued to their seats for the duration of 30mins.

5. Family First
‘Family First’ is another family oriented production from Rare Edge productions.

The sitcom, which airs on Africa Magic for a duration of 30mins, tells the story of the family of a retired Army officer.

His children and wife try to live to his disciplinarian standard while they go mischievous in getting on with their lives.

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