Weeks after it introduced that it was ending its service on DSTV, EbonyLife TV has lastly pulled the plug on the pay-TV platform to start life as a video streaming service.
A search by BusinessDay of the channels the place EbonyLife used to air on Friday confirmed that it was not there. The corporate’s web site was below building at press time.
Mo Abudu, the founding father of the platform had made the exit announcement on her social media deal with. The brand new streaming platform generally known as EbonyLife On will henceforth host all exhibits and films produced by the leisure firm.
“Keep in mind after we used to attend an entire week to look at our favourite exhibits? Properly, these days are gone perpetually. Now we will binge on the entire collection if we wish to. Subsequently, now we have determined that EbonyLife TV will not be out there on DSTV from 31st July 2020,” Mo Abudu wrote in an Instagram publish.
The Nollywood leisure outfit had in June sealed a cope with Netflix, a video-on-demand platform. The deal requires EbonyLife to adapt two literary works by authors Lola Shoneyin (The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives) and Wole Soyinka (Loss of life and the King’s Horseman) right into a collection and movie respectively. Netflix additionally introduced that Abudu’s firm will produce two but unnamed authentic exhibits, licensed movies and one other collection.
In 2018, EbonyLife additionally struck a three-series cope with Sony Footage Tv, with the primary undertaking set to inform the story of the feminine warriors of the traditional West African kingdom of Dahomey.