BET Africa has said the first 100 episodes of its first original African drama series, Isono, has tackled social Vices such as gender-based violence, drug and alcohol abuse as well as mental health issues.
This was contained in a statement by BET Africa in celebration of the first 100 episodes of the intriguing authentic African story of love, betrayal and human dual nature, Isono.
The drama series, has since its launch in September 2020 revealed the twists and turns of the dual nature of human personalities which has got the community of viewers asking, “What are you hiding?”
The first 100 episodes of the series have also witness large viewers across the African continent and featured seasoned actors and actress across the continent, like Nthati Moshesh, Anthony Oseyemi, Christine Osifuye and Chioma Umeala.
Commenting on the celebration, Monde Twala, Senior Vice President and General Manager at ViacomCBS Networks Africa and BET International Peer Lead commented,
“BET Africa is proud to celebrate this significant milestone, the 100th episode of ISONO. Our intent at BET is to take African storytelling and talent to the world. The daily drama is testament to our commitment to educating global audiences on the richness and nuances of African culture and storytelling. This is a big thank you to our audiences who have inspired us to bring innovative home-grown content production to life.”