Namibian entrepreneur and social media influencer, Julia “Boss Lady” Kadhikwa, is making waves once again, this time in the realm of television.
Kadhikwa has recently executive produced a thrilling dating game show titled “Save My Ship,” promising audiences a rollercoaster of emotions, unexpected twists, and a captivating blend of romance, drama, and strategy.
In “Save My Ship,” ten charismatic and diverse contestants are brought together to live under one roof for two intense weeks. As hearts are put on the line, they must navigate a series of romantic challenges, compatibility tests, and, of course, the unexpected curveballs that love often brings. With alliances forming, rivalries igniting, and connections deepening, viewers are in for a front-row seat to the contestants’ journeys in pursuit of love.
As emotions run high and sparks fly, secrets emerge, and hearts are bound to break as the contestants compete for each other’s affections and the ultimate prize: finding true love. With each passing day, the contestants are faced with the difficult decision of whom to couple up with, all while juggling their personal desires and strategic gameplay.”I’ll love to ask the public to support our initiative and for them to understand, I had solely invested in this project with no corporate support or financial assistance,” shared Julia. She went on to express her dedication to delivering the show she had promised the public two years ago, even investing in reshooting an entirely new season without sponsors. “I ask the public to support this initiative and promise season 2 to be bigger and better,” she added.
The show is set to air on DStv, with its premiere just around the corner. Namibians and viewers across the region can catch “Save My Ship” on Diamond TV Channel 271 on DStv and Channel 20 on GOtv.
The series aims to provide entertainment, escapism, and relatability to its audience while sparking discussions and trends that influence popular culture.”This one will be different as it’s a dating show. There’s always romance, as long as Valentine’s Day doesn’t go, so will this show last. And we plan on expanding and franchising, for example, ‘Save My Ship Zambia,'” Julia revealed, hinting at future possibilities for the show.Julia expressed her gratitude towards her team, including producers, crew, and cast members, for believing in the project and making this journey possible.
The premiere is set for September 6th, offering audiences the chance to meet the cast and crew and show their support for this Namibian-produced endeavor that promises to redefine modern dating on the small screen.