Reality shows have become a source of inspiration to Nigerian youths as the audition spot for the Basement Reality TV show moved from the city of Warri to Port Harcourt, where thousands of Nollywood lovers and aspiring actors troop out to the audition spot of the show.
The CEO of Basement Africa Productions, and organisers of the Reality show, Engr Okemute Onovughakpo, said he is committed to investing and elevating the youths through creative works.
He said that the reality show is a thrilling adventure that has created a lot of opportunities for a new crop of personalities, adding that “the reality show basically, harnesses and amplifies young talents.”
He also added that the reality shows is a veritable empowerment tool that provides, aspire and achieve seemingly unreachable goals.
For fans and TV audience, the difference between scripted acting and reality shows is the raw and diluted emotion that makes them form support blocks for their favourite participants.
“It is on these two pillars that the new reality TV show ‘Basement SEARCH’ was launched. A game of talented Nigerian youths who joggle for a brand new car and N25 million worth of prizes.”