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TV series gets airplay

Namibian series Dreamers has finally landed on local television screens since its debut in 2018. The series, which premiered on NBC the past weekend, is a Desert Films production that follows the lives of a few characters trying to achieve and attain their goals. 

” Dreamers are ordinary young Namibians from different social backgrounds who have a common dream of being successful in life; an aspiration to be what they want, in a conflicting and competitive city of Windhoek. Dreams are challenged by reality within this series. We all dream of being somebody but what do we have to sacrifice or give up,” reads the series description. 

Speaking to Michael Basson one of the producers, the airplay means a lot to his production company which has been in existence since 2003. 

” It means a lot because it has always been a dream for us to produce quality films and TV series that the Namibian nation can relate to. It’s always been a passion for us ever since started way back in 2003,” he stated.

Basson further mentioned that the series currently has one season however they look forward to producing three more seasons. 

The series which had its production shooting phase stopped over three years ago features Karishma who plays the role of Yvonne, a talented lady trying to launch a musical career. Tjuna Kauapirura plays a character called Pamela, a nurse who is involved in an intimate relationship with her doctor. The doctor is portrayed by Tshoopara Chopsi Tshoopara as Tony. Dice is also in the series and portrays the character of a business mogul on the verge of losing his construction company. Not forgetting rapper Kadeen KK Kaoseb who plays the role of a close friend to Norman played by Dice. The series also features renowned actress Hazel Hinda to mention a few. 

OUT NOW: You can catch the series Dreamers NBC. 

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