Netflix – World’s leading entertainment service, continues its investment in international streaming content with its recent announcement of First African Netflix Series and it will follow Queen Sono which is highly trained South African Spy, helping others to live a better life in Africa. Pearl Thusi playing the character of Queen Sono is the leading South African Actress.
Image: Pearl Thusi
Another Netflix Growing Slate content for Africa is the Mama K's Team 4 which is basically, sync with Strong Black Lead, an initiative company meant for ongoing conversation across film, TV, live events, social media and podcast.
Mama K's Team 4 is set in a futuristic version of Lusaka, capital of Zambia. The story is all about four teenage girls and a secret retired agent, who recruited four girls in order to save the world. This film is co-produced by Triggerfish Animated Studios in South Africa and CAKE, U.K family entertainment company. Malenga Mulendema is the Zambian Writer of "Mama K's Team 4" and the 8th winner in the Pan-African Talent Search from the Trigger Story Lab.
grew up watching all cartoons on TV and used to ask her parents, Why no heroes
looked like her? Why they didn't live in a world that felt like her own.
“In creating a superhero show set in Lusaka, I hope to introduce the world to four strong African Girls. Most importantly, I want to illustrate that anyone from anywhere can be a superhero," said Mulendema
Series the best potential that gives new African generation opportunity to see themselves on the screen in aspiration and aspiration characters they look, said Melissa Cobb, Netflix animated series vice president.
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