Endemol, producers of Big Brother Africa and M-Net, the official broadcaster, will spoil Big Brother Africa All Stars fans with a programme which will feature the top five All Stars housemates.
For the first time in the history of Big Brother Africa, viewers will be able to watch the top five housemates once more, months after the show ended.
The top five undeniably played the game to the end and viewers will get the platform to know what their housemates have been up to since they left the house.
The show, which has been dubbed Big Brother Africa: The Journey, started showing on DStv’s M-Net East channel on Friday night.
It reunites housemates, Lerato Sengadi (South Africa), Munya Chidzonga (Zimbabwe), Mwisho Mwampamba (Tanzania), Sheila Kwamboka (Kenya) and series winner Uti Nwachukwu (Nigeria).
Nigeria’s IK Osakioduwa, the All Stars show presenter, is the series presenter of the special edition reunion show.
He visited each of the five housemates in their home countries to see what they had been doing since the show ended, and how life had changed for them since their appearance on the show.
In addition, the show sees the housemates joining IK in a studio in Johannesburg to talk about the show, its effect on their lives and their plans for the future.
The show will be re-screened on Sunday on M-Net East (17.00 CAT) and M-Net West (19.00 CAT).
The programme will also be screened on AfricaMagic (Monday January 17 at 20:00 CAT), AfricaMagic Plus (Tuesday January 18 at 21.45 CAT) and MagicWorld (Tuesday January 18 at 16.55 CAT).
After a total of 91 days of action, drama and entertainment last year from July 18 to October 17, housemates battled it out but only one was chosen as the ultimate winner.
Nigeria’s Nwachukwu won the competition and walked away with a cash prize of $200 000.
Zimbabwe’s representative in the game Munyaradzi Chidzonga came second.
Big Brother Africa is a reality show produced for M-Net by Endemol and filmed on location in Johannesburg each year.
The house was glamorously re-designed and had 53 cameras and 100 microphones ensuring that Big Brother always had his eyes on the housemates.