YOLO premieres season 3 at Silverbird Cinemas..
All is set for the season three premiere of Ghana’s most popular adolescent-based television drama series, YOLO; You Only Live Once.
The two-day premiere starts today Friday, August 19 and ends on Saturday, August 20 at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra.
Ivan Quarshigah’s Farmhouse Productions will lead the entire cast of the popular televison seris to meet, interact and take photos with persons who will be turning up for the premiere.
Organisers have announced that the red carpet is at 3:00pm, while the viewing will be done at 4:00pm, 6:00pm and 8:00pm.
Then on Saturday, August 27, there will be a second premiere at the West Hills Mall, where the cast of YOLO will avail themselves to interact and take photos with their fans who will turn up for the premieres.
Season three, according to the producers of YOLO, will be the most exciting series so far, and it is no wonder that even before the premiere, there is a wild frenzy on social media over which actors are likely to be featured.
location shots of Yolo
YOLO is a professionally pieced television drama series from the stables of Ivan Quarshigah’s Farmhouse Productions and themed on the practical real life challenges of adolescent reproductive health issues which confront the contemporary youth.
It is a sequel to Things We Do For Love, the popular television drama that held the nation spellbound during the late 90s and early 2000s.
Yolo, directed and produced by Ivan, has the original cast of Things We Do For Love, including Jackie Appiah, Majid Michel and Adjetey Anang, blending with an entirely new cast of specially gifted teenagers.
Just like Things We Do For Love, Yolo addresses adolescent reproductive health issues in a plot that centres on the day-to-day challenges faced by youths.
Yolo tells a suspense-filled story about the teenage children of Adjetey Anang (aka Pusher), Jackie Appiah and Majid entangled in a never-ending drama centred on relationship issues, peer pressure, the quest for survival and the contrast between children from affluent homes and those from deprived homes.
Meanwhile, their parents attempt in vain to caution them against peer pressure, promiscuity and pre-marital and unprotected sex.
It’s a lot of fun to watch the teenage son of Jackie Appiah fall in love with the daughter of Pusher, while the two parents attempt desperately to throw spanners into the love relationship of the teenagers.
Yolo has the tag line, ‘You Only Live Once’ and is sponsored by UK-AID, USAID and the National Population Council.
Source: Daily Guide