Nothing screams month of love quite like binge-worthy romantic dramas that will have you invested in finding out who ends up together and who will be alone. Throw in some popcorn and someone to watch the cringe-worthy drama with, and you’ve got your evening’s entertainment set.
Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a cynical critic, GOtv has a selection of shows that are sure to help you stay true to your views on the mushiness that is love.
5 dramatically romantic shows to binge this February
Road to MAMAs 2021: The Kampala Tour
With the 2021 MAMAs Kampala around the corner, three African superstars arrive in the Pearl of Africa. During their time in Uganda, they will be exposed to the extraordinary culture and rediscover the beauty of the African continent. Sure, it’s not a romantic show in the conventional sense, but they do fall in love with a country.
Follow their journey on 6 February at 15:00 CAT on MTV Base, GOtv Channel 72, 158 in Ghana and 360 in Uganda.
The Best Man Holiday
After 15 years of not seeing each other or bothering to make plans, a group of college friends are finally reunited during the Christmas holidays. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for starters, romances are rekindled and bad blood is rediscovered…
Interested in finding out more? The movie airs on 14 February at 22:00 CAT on TNT Africa, GOtv Channel 16, 106 in Ghana and 316 in Uganda.
Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese
A blended family learns to live together, regardless of how different they are. Well, when your sister is a cat and your brother a mouse, you need to figure out the situation pretty quickly! While they are an odd bunch, they certainly do care for one another.
Discover the weirdness Monday to Friday at 16:30 CAT on Cartoon Network, GOtv Channel 67, 154 in Ghana and 356 in Uganda.
What’s that? You need some drama in your life? Well, then hold onto your hats because we’ve got just the thing for you. After failing to reunite her parents, Reginah decides that a fake marriage to Edu is the only logical next step. If it seems insane, it’s because that’s exactly what it is!
Keep up with the drama Monday to Friday at 18:30 CAT on Maisha Magic Bongo, GOtv Channel 5.
To escape a toxic relationship, Ángela and her son move to Chile. Although she’s a doctor, she doesn’t have a license to practice medicine in the country. Adding to her battle is the fact that her community isn’t fond of foreigners and she’s constantly discriminated against.
Will she make it in Chile? Find out weekdays (starting 12 February) at 15:00 CAT on Eva, GOtv Channel 13, 113 in Ghana and 313 in Uganda.