Zone 222: New Comic Series Hits TV Screens


Zone 222, a TV comedy series produced by Native Media Limited, the producers of Hotel Majestic, Hush and The Johnsons was premiered on Africa Magic Urban on the 1st of last month. Scheduled to air at8:30pm daily, the comic series is billed for repeat broadcast by 9:00am daily.

Starring faces such as legendary actor, Kunle Bamtefa, Anthony Igwe, Patrick Diabuah, Papa Sam, Tomiwa Kukoyi, Muyiwa Donald, Eden Attai, and Vanessa Ogboru, among several others, Zone 222 is a comedy series based on the adventures and youthful exuberance of five male university students and their two female friends all with different personalities and interests.

The story emphasises the perception of each student to success and how their unique approaches to life and school issues produce similar results.

This carefully and creatively produced series was shot on the campus of one of Africa’s most prestigious universities, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and has the potential of rapt attention. The comedy series combines dishing out rib-cracking humour, educating the youth on the culture of hard work and showcasing the beauty of the Nigerian scenery.

Speaking on the new series, popular arts enthusiast, filmmaker cum producer, Rogers Ofime, who is the head of Native Media, disclosed that “Zone 222 has been produced to capture the interest of the audience by satisfying the hearts and minds of viewers with raw comedy every time it is on.”

Native Media is in the business of producing rich and interesting media contents for the satisfaction of both local and international audience.

Apart from striving to build the most valuable media brand in Africa, the brand’s aim and aspiration is to impact human society positively.  Native Media’s success over the years can be attributed to the clarity of the set vision and the understanding of it by everyone attached to the dream.

 “Native Media Limited is positioned for greatness and we are ready to constantly and consistently satisfy the audience with interesting and thought provoking films and series.”