Ghanaian actor and Kumawood star, Kwaku Manu will host the second season of the dating show Odo Fever on the Media General owned and operated television station Onua TV.
The station has announced that the much-awaited Season 2 of Odo Fever will take off from Saturday, October 16, 2021, at a launch that would feature some of the top celebrities and music artistes.
The show will see Kwaku Manu interacting with potential seekers of love on national television with the intention of creating a match for a date over the next 11 weeks.
“Imagine trying to pick someone you have not seen physically apart from hearing her voice and seeing her silhouette in a transparent box,” Kwaku Manu noted. “There will also be a lot of good music, dance galore and a lot of jokes to spice up your Saturday evenings," he added.
Kwaku Manu said he was very confident that the audience would love what would be his great performance as host of the new Odo Fever, but even more so they will love the new twist that has been added to make the show very exciting.
The first season of Odo Fever saw two men competing over a three-month period to eliminate each other to choose one out of 10 ladies eventually to go on a date and possibly get into a relationship.
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At the end, it was Kontomire who stayed to the end and chose Shattiah out of the remaining ladies in the competition to go on a trip and they received many prizes available for the winners.
“It was the first time the show was airing and it proved to be a good one for the channel that was barely one year old at the time,” said Francis Doku, General Manager of MGTV at Media General.
“This time we are adding a new twist to Odo Fever that will wow viewers of Onua TV. Can you imagine falling in love with just a voice, a silhouette or someone you cannot see but only had a conversation with? This and many other attractions are the twists and turns that will define the second season of Odo Fever," he noted.
"To make the show even more engaging, entertaining and exciting is the addition of the funny actor and comedian Kwaku Manu as the host of the show with the view of him bringing his prowess in the industry to drive up the entertainment value of the show.
“Everybody knows how good Kwaku Manu is and we are very hopeful that adding him to the show would ensure that he brings his very respectable experience in acting to bear on making the second season even more exciting,” Francis Doku added.
The launch of the new season of Odo Fever will take place from 8 p.m. on Saturday, October 16 and will air every Saturday from 9 p.m. with a repeat on Friday at 9 p.m. on Onua TV.