That’s why Chicken and Chips Is making a comeback on your television screens for a second season
It will have 16 episodes for 30 minutes every Sunday and the repeated every Friday at 01:30Pm
Initially it aired between October 2016 to January 2017 on NTV and we are proud to announce that your favourite show is resuming in February 2018 only on NTV.
First forward Chicken and chips is a novelty pop culture magazine that focuses on relationships and combines music, journalism, puppetry, animation and reality TV to create the freshest blend of edutainment for young people in Uganda. Programming is research-driven and dynamic, fine-tuned based on audience feedback.
Show segments will include:
Katwe Corner: Recordings of unscripted and uncensored live discussions among peers are brought to life with puppets!
Popcorn Video: Trivia, humor and useful factoids ‘pop up’ in your favorite Ugandan hit videos
Talk on the Town: People in the streets answer personal questions and reveal their love life secrets
Social Experiment: Using hidden cameras, we observe and comment on how ordinary people behave when they are confronted with dilemmas that require them to reveal their attitudes and make difficult choices.
Kiki Love: The female puppet host (who in this season has a NAME and a fun PERSONALITY!) engages the audience and introduces different segments. The character has been created by Muppet Show veteran puppeteers in New York and is voiced by celebrity comedian (Fun Factory) and radio presenter, Tindi.
Adungu Life: A Ugandan 5 piece band who play home-made electrified traditional instruments (adungu harp and thump piano), scored the theme song for Season 2, “Looking for Love” and perform it in every episode. Rap vocals by MC Yallah, UG Hip-Hop Awards Winner.
Have you been looking for something to put a smile on your face after a heavy week well look no further because this will make you crack your ribs for the next three months