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HD Plus Creations eyes for Apongozi TV series season 2


Speaking on the sidelines of the season finale screening of Apongozi TV series season 1 which was held in Lilongwe recently, HD Plus Creations Director and Producer, Hastings Hago Golosi said that as a company they are impressed with how people have been following Apongozi TV series season 1 on Zodiak TV.

“The feedback from people concerning Apongozi season 1 has been so amazing, at first we thought that the series would be only liked by people who spend time watching Zodiak TV.

“However we were surprised to learn that people who even do not like watching Zodiak TV started to watch the TV just to follow up on our TV series and some of them were giving us feedback and which made us realize that people are really enjoying the TV series,” Golosi said.

Some members of HD Plus Creations team posing at the Apongozi TV series season 1 finale screening

He added that at the moment they are planning to produce Apongozi TV series season 2 which would be followed by more seasons of the TV series ahead.

“Now our idea is to proceed with season 2 of the TV series and thereafter would move on with season 3, 4 even up to 100,” he said.

He, therefore, appealed for support from well-wishers including; individuals, organizations, and companies towards further production of Apongozi TV series, saying that as HD Plus Creations, they cannot successfully manage to produce the TV series on their own.

In a separate interview, Lilongwe-based TV series enthusiast, Peter Chirwa applauded Apongozi TV series season 1.

“I really liked the production quality of the Apongozi TV series; its storyline was all that good and in overall it is a very good series and I am hoping that its season 2 will be powerful,” Chirwa explained. 

Apongozi TV series season 1 was being beamed on Zodiak TV every Sunday soon after its release in December last year.


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