EbonyLife Studios Working With Sony Pictures Television To Produce ‘The Dahomey Warriors’ TV Show

CEO Mo Abudu reveals her film studio is also working on an iteration of the Dahomey Amazons’ story.

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EbonyLife Studios’ CEO Mo Abudu has taken to her official Instagram account to reveal the next project the studio is cooking – a TV series based on the Dahomey Amazons of Benin.

The revered film boss broke the news following the recent release of the movie trailer for The Woman King, a Hollywood production based on the widely-acclaimed true life story starring Viola Davis.

“Hello beautiful people ❤️❤️❤️

“I am so excited to see the feature film WOMAN KING become a reality. A project by TRISTAR, a SONY company.

“We at EBONYLIFE STUDIOS are proud to be working in partnership with another SONY company, SONY PICTURES TELEVISION on the amazing series THE DAHOMEY WARRIORS, inspired by their untold true history from 1625 to 1894.

“I am pleased to inform you that we have made significant progress on the development of the first season and we are engaging with global broadcasters and streamers.

“I can’t wait till sharing it with you all becomes a reality.

“The SERIES is coming, so be ready 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿

“Meanwhile seeing this feature film WOMAN KING become a reality on a global level is heartwarming and inspiring for me as an African woman 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿.

“Please go out and watch this inspiring thrilling action adventure at a cinema near you, come September 16th🚀🚀🚀

There’s no word on the release date of the TV series yet, but The Woman King arrives at cinemas around the world on September 16, 2022.

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