Uzalo does not shed any interaction between the fans and noticeably backs down
As the country’s most-watched telenovela, Uzalo is usually faced with the pressure of being on top of their game.
If anything, their storyline has got to be very exciting to stay their many viewers and also rope during a newer audience. many of us have expressed how disappointed they’re with Uzalo’s constant repetition of storylines making it less exciting.
Following the SABC’s cautionary advice to the assembly team, they need to be decided to tug their socks up. The drama series was skating on thin ice with the broadcaster after losing quite 2.6 million viewers during a short space of your time. After the broadcaster’s intervention, they need to be upped their game and viewers can expect hotter content for the subsequent season.
One of the most actors who has been with the show for 4 seasons Masoja Msiza who plays Nkunzebomvu Mhlongo, told Daily Sun that the show’s storyline has been tweaked for season 5. The cast has returned to figure and filming has resumed, so once they got handed their scripts, a way of joy was instilled in them.
The show business is extremely cut-throat and with the present pandemic, actors always cross their fingers hoping to possess their contracts renewed yearly. Uzalo’s dwindling numbers instilled fear and therefore the cast and crew members were crossing their fingers. They were also apparently underpaid which resulted in their poor performance.
In their investigation, the broadcaster found that there was an immediate correlation between the 2 factors and their immediate intervention was imminent.
“Yes, there are issues with Uzalo due to its dwindling numbers and therefore the complaints we received from viewers who said the storyline was now boring. We urged the producers to return up with creative storylines to rescue the soapie because it had been important to the SABC. Another thing we emphasized was that actors got to be paid decent salaries for their work,” an executive told Sunday World.
Much to their surprise, SABC decided to offer Uzalo another shot by keeping them in production for 3 more years. SABC 1 had announced a 3-year agreement with glass, which produces Uzalo.
“Uzalo has earned it and its performance speaks for itself. The property has broken a group of records within the industry for a soapie or a long-running drama series. It’s the youngest entry within the SABC stable and it’s phenomenal what the property has managed to realize despite the challenges this year has shown not only within the broadcasting landscape but the country as an entire . ” says Sane Zondi – SABC 1’s Programmes Manager.