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‘The Johnsons’: Popular African Magic Family TV Show Takes A Bow After 13 Years



'The Johnsons': Popular African Magic Family TV Show Takes A Bow After 13 Years

Popular African Magic Television show, ‘The Johnsons’, has ended after airing for 13 years.

In a statement shared on his official Instagram account on Tuesday, popular Nollywood actor Charles Inojie announced the end of the family sitcom.

According to the veteran actor who played Lucky Johnson in the family drama, The Johnsons  has been airing on Africa Magic for the last 13 years and was Africa’s most-watched television show in those years.

Sharing photos of the programme while appreciating other team members, Inojie left many fans of the sitcom in pain over its discontinuation.

He also appreciated fans of the show and sponsors who have shown unwavering love and commitment to the programme since its inception.

His post partly reads, “Thank You, Africa. After 13 years of absolute magic,13 years of awesomeness, 13 years of being Africa’s most-watched show on television, 13 years of being every family’s favorite, The Johnsons is finally taking a bow.

“I thank my co-travelers, the wonderful team of cast and crew, without whom these past 13 years could not have been spectacularly outstanding as THE JOHNSONS made it. I am immensely grateful to our fans across the African continent for the love and support we got unconditionally.”

News About Nigeria recalls that, following the death of popular Nollywood actress Ada Ameh, the creators of the Africa Magic series had killed off Emu, which was the character played by the late actress in the series.

When the announcement of the discontinuation was made today, many fans linked it to Ada Ameh’s demise.