View Full Version : Flexy’s Talk Showbiz On ETV Returns

16th January 2012, 05:07 PM
Ghana’s prime time entertainment analysis and discussion platform on television, Talk Showbiz returns on ETV this and every Tuesdays at exactly 10pm.

After a three week break, the show is back and promises to be extra exciting, fun and informative as it solely aims at raising the standards and making the Ghanaian entertainment arena a fruitful and successful one for its players and the numerous Ghanaian showbiz fanatics.

Together with his team of experts, host of Talk Showbiz, Nana Yaw Owusu Mante known in Showbiz circles as Flexy Incredible will dispassionately and without prejudice take a bite on all sensitive topical industry issues without fear or favor for anyone.

The second season hopes to give ample time for viewers in contributing to the show via sms, facebook and tweeter and will at times activate phone lines for their contribution as well.

The show will maintain its two major hallmarks. The first being a segment to educate, entertain as well as find answers and solutions to topical industry issues through a strict proof interview with knowledgeable industry persons based on what is being discussed and the second will be a time in engaging critics and industry players in a review of some major issues that pop up by way of news headlines from the various entertainment newspapers , websites and the show’s production team.

Make a date this and every Tuesday with Flexy and his team on ETV at 10pm wit repeat on Wednesdays 10am as they dare to talk about the no go areas and issues making headlines and do the Review, the discussions and the analysis of Ghanaian entertainment all for the good of the industry.

The show as part of its objectives will this year roll out a series of Quarterly Breakfast Meetings which will be addressed by a Panel of Key Executive Knowledgeable Personalities specially chosen based on the theme for the particular meeting for industry players as well as “to be players” to share ideas and bring them a up to date on current trends and practices elsewhere

By: Flexynald Owusu