Popular family entertainment show “Thank God It’s Friday” will no longer be shown on Metro TV.
Kwaku Sintim-Misa announced this on his tweeter handle saying “Sorry folks, TGIF is not longer on Metro: But stay tuned – CHANGE IS COMING. Watch this SPACE”.
Kwaku Sintim-Misa “KSM” created what has become one Ghana’s most popular talk show: Thank God It’s Friday (TGIF).
TGIF was the first broadcast of its kind to fuse serious talk, education and humour. Since its inception, the show has featured gripping stories from entrepreneurs, street vendors, dancing presidents, pioneering scientists, leading artists and many more exciting characters.
“KSM” recently won the Radio and Television Personality Television Entertainment Show Host of the Year (2011) for his work with TGIF.
This announcement confirms rumours that Sapphire Entertainment, KSM’s company that produces the show would be pulling the plugs on the longest running television program of its kind in Ghana.
The show has been running for nearly ten years.
The reason for this decision still remains unclear.