This March on ShowMax: Nairobi Half Life, Younger, War & Peace, Q-Hits and more




As always, ShowMax has been busy throughout the past month, working in partnership with production houses to source new shows, movies and more for its subscribers this March. Take a look below for highlights of what’s on offer this month on ShowMax starting with local content:

As well as loads of new international series and movies on ShowMax this month, our Kenyan subscribers can look forward to these new shows and movies:

​Nairobi Half Life
This award-winning crime drama by director David “Tosh” Gitonga is coming to ShowMax. When a young actor from upcountry Kenya heads to Nairobi to follow his dreams, he has no idea what he’s in for. The brilliant and highly acclaimed film will be available from March 30.

Q-HITS
Viral clips and awesome hits! Settle in for 30 minutes of the funniest and craziest video clips with former Miss World Kenya, Rachel Mbuki, as one of the presenters. Has been running from March 1.

​CLASSMATES S1 
In season one of this hit comedy about a back-street business college, we meet 13 students from all over Kenya who are packed together in a classroom with hilarious results. You can catch the group of rib-crackers from March 6.

​STAY S 1 & 2
Shane and Nubia are used to compromising in their interracial relationship – but they’re not prepared for Shane’s mother arriving in Kenya with her own marriage plans for her son. Stay tuned from March 13.

The international hits are:

Younger S3 – 99% on Rotten Tomatoes

Season 3 is hotter than ever. Don’t miss this lighthearted and fun show about a 40-something pretending she’s 26. From the creators of Sex and The City.

War and Peace S1 – 83% on Rotten Tomatoes

This Emmy-nominated six-part BBC adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic is breath-taking in its scope, sets and costumes. Three young aristocrats search for love and meaning, but their lives are about to change forever.

For the complete list of the content on offer, check the ShowMax blog.

ShowMax is an internet TV service. For a single monthly fee, one gets a huge online catalogue of TV shows, movies, kids’ shows and documentaries. Subscribers can stream ShowMax using apps for smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, computers and media players. ShowMax also works with Chromecast and AirPlay. Users are advised to manage their data consumption using the bandwidth capping feature. Those with no permanent internet connection can download up to 25 shows to smartphones and tablets to watch later offline.




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