Bukas & Joints returns for Season Three
Following its successful outing with the first and second season of food/travel docu-series, Bukas & Joints, Biola Alabi Media is thrilled to announce the premiere of the third season of the show, with OAP Olisa Adibua retaining his job as host. The programme airs on AIT this February in Nigeria.
The past two seasons of Bukas and Joints left audiences licking their lips in anticipation and salivating at mouthwatering African dishes. And according to producers, “this third season promises to be a sensational hit with even more locations, even more variety of cuisines and more businesses determined to take African cuisine to the next level. Season 3 will definitely have audiences clamoring for more.”
Olisa Adibua, the show’s delightful host returns again this season and this time around he is taking on street food and local joints within our African borders, sharing the uniqueness of authentic African cuisine. The show encourages the audience to explore the wide range and diversity of the African cuisine.
“Here at Biola Alabi Media, we are committed to telling authentic African stories and showcasing the richness of Africa’s cultural heritage to the world,” said Biola Alabi, the creator and executive producer of the show.
While assuring that the new season will have a wider reach than the first two seasons, Alabi said, “the third season of Bukas and Joints is expanding its reach by exploring African cuisine within Africa. There are a lot of untold stories behind the evolution of our cuisines over time, and we are looking to share these stories and the imprints our cuisines have made over different cultures.”
She thanked partners and sponsors of the show for their support and commitment. This season’s sponsors are Heritage Bank and Grand Cereals makers of Grand Pure Soya Oil and Kilamanjaro Restaurant.
In the new season, which features celebrity guests such as Seyi Shay, Cohbams Asuquo, Osas Ajibade and others, Olisa continues his exhilarating journey of unraveling the mysteries behind our traditional cuisines, the unconditional ties that keep us connected to our cultural heritage.
Meanwhile, the new season, which comes with a brand new original theme song, was filmed in two new locations, the Coal City of Enugu and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja. The episode count has also been extended to 15 episodes, bringing the total number of Bukas and Joints episodes to an impressive 42.
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