Peace Hyde makes history as Netflix’s first creator of Africa Reality TV Series

Peace Hyde has inked a historic deal with Netflix with a new TV series that will feature African stars.

Peace Hyde

The multiple award-winning Ghanaian Media icon, Peace Hyde, can now brag as the Creator and Executive Producer of the first-ever African Reality series that will be exclusive to the globally known movie streaming platform.

The reality series, Young, Famous and African, will feature Pan African superstars such as Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania, Annie Macaulay Idibia from Nigeria, Swanky Jerry from Nigeria, south African superstars Nadia Nakai, Khanyi Mbau, Andile Ncube and Naked DJ alongside other entertainment heavyweights on the continent.

The British/Ghanaian TV Host cum entrepreneur has been credited as the executive producer on the reality TV show which is considered to be the biggest to hit the African continent.


According to the stars who revealed their series tagline in Instagram posts today, the show promises to be exciting rare access into the popular world of some of Africa’s top celebrities.

"From Tandale to the world....Go behind the scenes of what it takes to be African Icon to the world with @netflixsa and @naijaonnetflix's first African reality TV show, featuring your one and only SIMBA 🦁....! You don't want to miss this. #YoungFamousAndAfrican #wasafi #SwahiliNation #WCB4LIFE," Diamond Platnumz wrote.

Peace Hyde started her media career in Ghana with a show on GH One before hosting MTN Hitmaker but has quickly risen to become one of Africa’s most popular media icons after she landed a job with Forbes Africa.


Peace Hyde is known on the continent for flagship talk shows like 'Forbes Africa’s My Worst Day with Peace Hyde' a show that speaks to Africa’s billionaires and Forbes Woman Africa’s Against the Odds on the CNBC Africa channel on DSTV.


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