Spartacus & Magic City coming to

‘Netflix of Nollywood’ today announces that it has licensed two of the top award-winning Hollywood dramatic TV series from Starz, Spartacus and Magic City. The acquisitions come as part of the leading African Internet TV platform’s move into international content distribution, as part of its English Speaking Africa package, launched earlier this month.

Jason Njoku, CEO and Co-Founder of comments: “Licensing Spartacus and Magic City onto as part of our international catalogue for ESA is a great coup for us. Awesome, amazingly produced content that brings the best storytelling to the screen – no matter where it’s from in the world – is what we are all about and these TV series are perfect specimens of that. Both series have proved massively popular with audiences in the US and Europe and we hope that our audiences in Africa will love them too.”


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