EbonyLife is making a legal drama series, here’s everything you need to know

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EbonyLife TV is set to produce Nigeria’s first legal drama series titled “Castle and Castle,” starring Richard Mofe-Damijo and Dakore Egbuson-Akande.

Behind the scenes of legal drama series ‘Castle to Castle’

The series follows the story of a married couple, ‘Remi Castle’ and her husband ‘Tega’ – two lawyers who run a successful practice in Lagos. They met 20 years ago when he taught her in law school.

Richard Mofe Damijo and Dakore Akande on set of “Castle and Castle”

About legal drama series “Castle and Castle”

A former law professor, ‘Tega’ is passionate about human rights. However, as the years have gone by and the nature of the firm has changed, he has had to fight extra-hard to get such cases.

‘Remi’ is a beautiful, brilliant woman who loves her husband, but they have different legal interests – she prefers clients that have deep pockets and pay massive retainers.

Their marriage is put to the test, as a host of family issues crop up and affect their work.

“Castle and Castle” will take viewers through their lives and they band together against outsiders and fight each other when their individual desires clash.

Will their marriage survive or will it succumb to the pressures of their work environment?

Deyemi Okanlawon, Nedu and Blossom Chukwujekwu on set of “Castle and Castle”


Cast and Crew of legal drama series “Castle and Castle”

Produced by Isioma Osaje and Temidayo Abudu, “Castle and Castle” is directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, Tope Oshin and Kenneth Gyang.

The series also features Eku Edewor, Deyemi Okanlawon, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Dorcas Shola Fapson, Ade Laoye, Diipo Ayo-Adeusi, Anee Icha, Denola Grey among others.

The series will be exclusive to EbonyLife TV, which has been home to series such as “Desperate Housewives Africa,” “Fifty The Series,” “Dere,” “Sons of the Caliphate” and “The Governor.”

“Castle and Castle” is set for release later this year.