Currently in production in London with Bedroom Diaries, the series has a new spin-off blog show that engages and brings in the opinions and stories of the opposite sėx.
Hosted by the lead character and creator of the series, Benny Bonsu, and joined by Superstar Professional Basketball player and Great Britain forward British Ghanaian Dzaflo Larkai, the series is set to start a revolution of the battle of the sexes across Africa.
“The buzz around Bedroom Diaries Of A Black Woman season one was unprecedented, and the whole series phenomena is a testament to the enduring appeal of the Series, and the strength of its characters and storylines.
The spin-off online series ‘He Said, She Said’ is set to do the same in 2014”, says Benny Bonsu, Creator and Producer. All women and men can relate to the lives and experiences of the two hosts of the show and ‘He Said, She Said’ is the perfect way to celebrate the lives of two people who have a wide range of experiences, that reflect the myriad of challenges modern women and men face in the world, and we are excited to put it on a platform where everyone has access to it to engage and contribute.
Mobile phones and tablets are no longer optional. Real-time engagement and better integration of digital media with overall marketing activity are two of the biggest challenges that producers will face in the future.
This is why the show is online, to reach everyone. As producers of real and engaging content, we want to connect with our audiences wherever and however they spend their time.
We as creative producers, we are not only producing for TV but also for the digital world on the go,’ says Benny Bonsu.
Producers (Marlea Edwards, Cherrelle Redley-Murrain and Nkem Egbuchiri of Black Ink Media) of the series are sticking to the real talk by real men and women theme. Where they film Benny live from London and Dzaflo live from Japan, where he currently plays professional basketball.
“It is always exciting and pleasure to work with the beautiful and talented Benny Bonsu. I am excited for this series to take off and also visit Ghana later on in the year to launch Bedroom Diaries Of A Black Woman season two,” says Dzaflo Larkai.
The blog show “He Said, She Said” goes live every Thursday evening at 8pm on Youtube channel www.youtube.com/bbdiaries, supported by the “Room Service Show” with Agnes Ntow and DJ Snoop on Y 107.9 FM Ghana, Monday-Thursday 10pm-12am.
World Summit Award nominated Bedroom Diaries Of A Black Woman season two, produced and directed by JointSight Productions and Black Ink Media returns to your screens late summer 2014.