Showmax has released the trailer for the upcoming second season of its Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA)-nominated drama series, Flawsome. Set to premiere on February 12, 2024, to coincide with the relaunch of the new Showmax app, the show follows the lives of four ambitious and dynamic friends – Ifeyinwa, Ramat, Ivie, and Dolapo – dedicated to their personal growth and unbreakable bond.
In season one, each character faced different challenges. Ifeyinwa, a tech executive, discovered she was not her father’s chosen successor after his death. Ramat faced the unravelling of her seemingly perfect marriage, Ivie experienced a breakthrough in her fashion career, and Dolapo grappled with a career crisis.
In season two, Flawsome promises to delve deeper into these women’s lives, exploring pressing questions such as whether Ramat will reconcile with Uduak or choose Godspower. Fans can also anticipate the resolution of Dolapo’s career challenges, Ifeyinwa’s journey to independence from her father’s company, and whether Ivie will learn valuable lessons from her personal and professional relationships.
Gabriel Afolayan, Shine Rosman, Eso Dike, Baaj Adebule, and many others are returning to the show, adding new dimensions to the storyline.
The show’s first season received five nominations at the 2023 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards, including Best Television Series. Ini-Dima Okojie and Enado Odigie were nominated for Best Actress in a Drama, Movie, or TV Series. Additionally, the series was nominated for Best Lighting Designer and Best Cinematographer.
Ogaga Sakpaide, the creator of Flawsome, said, “If I were to sum up this season in one word, it’s ‘better.’ The journey we’ve embarked on and the narrative we’re crafting is magical. We’re telling a story that resonates deeply, especially with women, and the ability to connect with our audience meaningfully is truly magical. We’re committed to maintaining the high standard of storytelling and hope to continue inspiring and connecting with our viewers through our work.”