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Reality Show Featuring Ghanaian Family in Ohio to Premiere on Hulu May 15

The trailer of the show is a good indication that viewers should be ready for an enticing blend of truth, deception, extravagance, and adventure set within the culture of a Ghanaian family.

A new reality TV series that stars a Ghanaian family in Ohio is set to premiere on May 15, 2024, at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform, an American cable channel owned and operated by ABC.

With a focus on the lives of the Agyekum Sisters, Ghanaian descendants living in the United States,  new episodes of the anticipated show will be available for streaming the next day on Hulu.

The trailer of the show is a good indication that viewers are in for an enticing blend of truth, deception, extravagance, and adventure set within the culture of a Ghanaian family.

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The plot of the show revolves around the Agyekum family, comprising Thelma, Brenda, and Nana, along with their parents: Delali, also known as Mama Dollars, and Yaw, known as Akili Bobo. It follows the extravagant lives of the sisters, who are descendants of royal lineage from two affluent and influential Ghanaian kingdoms.

According to the official logline, “With privilege also comes great responsibility”, the show takes us behind closed doors to see the double lives of the sisters, which could put their family’s reputation at risk.

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The sisters are facing the challenges of maintaining their family’s social status. This leads to scrutiny in all aspects of their lives, including their nightlife and drinking habits.

“Royal Rules of Ohio” is produced by eOne’s unscripted business, a division of Lionsgate Alternative Television.

The new documentary series adds up to Freeform’s lineup of unscripted shows. Including “Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise,” and the upcoming reality series “Wayne Brady: The Family Remix.”

The shift to unscripted programming follows Freeform’s farewell to long-running favourites “Good Trouble,” which aired its series finale in March, and “grown-ish,” which is currently rolling out its final season.

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