Africa’s Biggest Weekly Television Show


AboutThe Show

The Legendary Show is a rich and high quality television content conceived to make history on African television, being the first of its kind in the media and entertainment industry in Africa. The show possesses certain exceptional elements that stand it out in such a way that makes it difficult for one to compare The Legendary Show with another weekly show on African television in terms of its content, and its quality. The uniqueness and grandeur of The Legendary Show is a praise that is being sung by the legends themselves and by many all around the media.

The Legendary Show was birthed to meet a need gap. It seeks to remember, celebrate and honour in a different and unique way, illustrious sons and daughters who have undeniably contributed to nation building, national unity, culture preservation, talent and economic development in Nigeria and Africa. Such personalities have, through their endeavours, encouraged good works and positive developmental values among the younger generations and have left their footprints on the sand of time for generations yet unborn.

The legends cut across all sectors of the society, some of which include music, literature, performing art, sports, politics, artistry and many others. They have also been grouped into five categories: Perennial Legends, All-Time Legends, Today’s Legends, Next Generation Legends and Kids’ Legends; which serves to reiterate the reason for the show- celebrating legends, making legends, and inspiring legends.

Some episodes of The Legendary Show have been filmed, featuring legends like Legendary Rashidi Yekini, Legendary Jimi Solanke, Legendary Innocent Idibia (aka Tubaba), Legendary Segun Odegbami, Legendary Ras Kimono, Legendary Orits Wiliki, Legendary Iya Awero, Legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt, Legendary Da Grin, Legendary Patrick Doyle, Kids’ Legends Amarachi and Ozzy Bosco. Miss Giving-you-what-you-need, Gloria Maduka is the host of The Legendary Show.

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