Nana Ama Mcbrown, a celebrated Ghanaian actress and television presenter, has announced the victorious comeback of her beloved cookery show, McBrown's Kitchen, on both Onua TV and TV3.
On her ‘Onua Showtime with Mcbrown' show on Sunday September 18, the versatile actress stated that the new version will begin airing on October 1, 2023.
According to her, the new edition of the cooking show will be a delightful blend of culinary knowledge, celebrity and non-celebrity interviews, amongst other things.
When Mcbrown was a member of Despite Media's United Television (UTV), the cookery show aired. Unfortunately, the show was canceled when she moved from Despite Media as the host of United Showbiz to Media General's Onua TV.
‘'Upon all the things I do, I still shoot Mcbrown's Kitchen. I went on a break for some time. You know It used to air on a different TV station, but things change when you are moving forward. Mcbrown's Kitchen will now show on both TV3 and Onua Tv starting from Saturday October 1,2023. It is going to be back-to-back and the meals that will be prepared this time around is going to be extra special. Also, everyone can appear on the show but on a condition.,'' she stated.
Responding to Berla Mundi earlier this year during an interview as to whether she was going to move the show to the Media General Network, the award-winning actress said she wanted to do right by all parties hence she was doing due diligence.
“I want to do the right thing. I pay for my show at UTV. It's not free. They consider me too sometimes when I'm not well they do some repetitions for me. That's the bond you have people you work with but automatically there's a contract where I pay,” she revealed.
She further thanked the UTV family for their support but reiterated that she was building her brand separately from her personal life hence she was keen on differentiating the two.