Nollywood actors Jim Iyke, Joseph Benjamin, Hollywood Robert Peters plus a host of other A-list personalities feature in the new season of Princess Halliday Show on Mnet.
Aimed to integrate Hollywood and African parity, the Princess Halliday Show is an Empower Africa Initiative that showcases people who have demonstrated positivity against all the odds. These are individuals who, through tenacity and determination have accomplished something great or have been a catalyst for others to do so.
Princess Halliday, a straight-talking Royalty and empathic lady with a warm sense of humour, has the ability to immediately put her guests at ease. In her company they talk freely, especially about difficult experiences they have encountered.
Shot in the United States, guests of the show have included political figures, business leaders, global players, popular stars and ordinary people who have done something extraordinary. And for Princess Halliday, it is these ordinary people doing extraordinary things who are the heart and soul of the show.
Through the provision of a platform for her guests to tell their stories, Princess Halliday inspires and educates the world. “The show has proven to be a treasure trove of wisdom, inspiration and life-affirming stories,” said Princess Halliday. “The mission of Empower Africa Initiative (EAI) is to positively enhance the mindset of the world by showcasing and engaging people, communities, while empowering to lead, innovate, and serve authentically.
“EAI builds the self-esteem and self-worth of people by changing their outlook on life, broadening horizons and providing tools for self-empowerment and efficacy. EAI advances the world by inspiring, preparing, empowering and connecting leaders to drive change,” she said.
The 2017 season of “Princess Halliday show” is directed by Robert Peters. The show is picked up by MNET to broadcast across 48 African countries with exclusivity for two years.
Sky network London also airs Every Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:30pm.