The Real Housewives of Nairobi Takes the Crown at 2024 Kalasha Awards

The glitz and glamour of the entertainment world converged at the prestigious Kalasha Awards ceremony where outstanding achievements in Kenyan television were celebrated. Season 1 of The Real Housewives of Nairobi emerged as the shining star of the night which managed to clinch the title of Best TV Show. Alongside it, the gripping crime drama Pepeta secured multiple accolades that including Best TV Drama and Best Viewers’ Choice. Here is full details of the event.

Quick Summary:

  • The Real Housewives of Nairobi triumphs as Best TV Show at the 2024 Kalasha Awards.
  • Pepeta wins big, securing awards for Best TV Drama and Best Viewers’ Choice.
  • The ceremony celebrates excellence in Kenyan television that honored standout performances and captivating storytelling.

A Night of Triumph:

The first season of The Real Housewives of Nairobi captivated audiences and critics alike and managed to be the undisputed standout winner at the Kalasha Awards. The reality series which has been produced by Showmax as original production, soared to new heights of popularity, setting streaming records upon its release in February 2023. Its recognition as the Best TV Show cemented its cultural impact and audience appeal ending up solidifying its status as a must-watch program in Kenya’s television landscape.

Crime Drama Excellence:

Joining The Real Housewives of Nairobi in the winner’s circle was the riveting crime drama Pepeta. The Showmax Original production took home prestigious awards for Best TV Drama and Best Viewers’ Choice which reaffirmed its position as a compelling and beloved series. Set against the backdrop of real-life events, Pepeta intricately weaves together the stories of its characters offering viewers a gripping narrative experience. It received accolades at the Kalasha Awards reflecting on its quality craftsmanship as well as widespread acclaim.

Celebrating Talent and Creativity:

The Kalasha Awards ceremony showcased the diverse talents and creative brilliance within Kenya’s television industry. Standout performances and exceptional storytelling were recognized across various categories and notable winners who included Roast House, produced by D&R, earned accolades for Best Performance in a TV Comedy. On the other hand, Salem saw Charles Ouma crowned as Best Lead Actor in a TV Drama. Additionally, The Caller and The Last Door were honored for their contributions to documentary filmmaking, while Kina celebrated Ndugi Kithuku’s stellar performance as Best Supporting Actor in a TV Drama.


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