The Real Housewives of lagos season two returns with extra thrilling dramas.
Season two of The Real Housewives of Lagos is back with more controversy and drama.
After a first season that broke all previous records, the show is back for a second time with two fresh faces: fashion entrepreneur Tania Omotayo and former model and socialite Faith Morey.
In addition to the renowned Nollywood actor Iyabo Ojo, the original cast also included the socialites and businesswomen. Chioma Ikokwu, Laura Ikeji-Kanu, and Mariam Timmer, as well as the well-known stylist and designer Toyin Lawani Adebayo.
The upcoming season of the well-liked reality TV program will, like the previous, highlight their opulent lifestyles while. Disclosing their goals and individual successes.
Busola Tejumola, executive head of content and West Africa channels at MultiChoice, commented on the return of the new season, saying. “The Real Housewives of Lagos shattered records on our platform and dominated conversations on and off social media throughout its run, so it’s really a no-brainer that we’d bring it back. Beyond the show’s entertainment value, ‘RHOLagos” cultural impact can’t be ignored. The feedback from fans shows that in.
The Real Housewives of Lagos producers Darey Art-Alade said, “This season is as real as reality gets. In addition to showing some real-life issues faced by women – particularly African women – including balancing family and career, relationships, and societal pressures, we also delved into issues around health. But of course, the drama is still served a la carte.”
Beginning on September 29, 2023, new episodes of The Real Housewives of Lagos will air on Fridays.
Watch the season two teaser trailer: