10 April, 2012
Onyeka Onwenu, Adewale Ayuba, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Tiwa Savage, others for Tyme Out with Tee A
Lagos| Nigeria The popular feel-good family TV show of famous master of ceremonies, Tunde Adewale also known as Tee A is back with an exciting new season.
Tyme Out with Tee A is a wholesome African variety comedy TV show that cuts across different strata of viewership. The programme is also a celebration of Africa's entertainment talents and can be enjoyed on any media platform anywhere in the world.
The third season of Tyme Out with Tee A promises to be very entertaining as the TV programme which usually consists of a mix of interactive stand-up comedy, drama sketches, interviews and musical performances is back with an exciting twist.
The much loved segment, "Rave of the moment" with Tee A and Prof. Abbey will also have new additions which will without doubt entertain matured adults who want to unwind with their families. The rib-cracking segment on the programme showcases serious issues in a light mannered and satirical way.
Tyme Out with Tee A returns to select channels around the continent this April. The channels include the pay-per-view Digital Satellite TV station, Africa Magic, GH1 Ghana, LTV, MITV, CRTV Calabar, ITV Benin, NTA Ibadan, STV, AIT Network and HITV UK.
According to Tee A, "The show has grown more than we even anticipated. We are in over 17 countries now and the show has grown in such a short time that I am amazed at the success. We also now have a lot of international viewers around the world."
He continues, "This new edition of Tyme Out with Tee A has been designed to give our audience more than what they saw in previous seasons as we have introduced new segments to the usual treat."
With the show's history of showcasing an innovative mix of interactive standup comedy, interviews, hilarious drama sketches, celebrity mimicry and musical performances filmed with a live audience, Tee A has created an engaging and entertaining content that will no doubt appeal to an audience that transcends Nigeria.