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Entertainment enthusiasts might have realized the sudden disappearance of Graphic Showbiz on TV.

Barely five (5) months after its existence on TV, Graphic Showbiz on TV is no more and no one knows why the entertainment programme which was gradually crawling into the hearts of many entertainment loving Ghanaians could be taken off with no reason.

After waiting patiently to have word from either Graphic Communications group limited, show owners and Ohene Media, content owners of the programme, no one seems to be saying anything on the sudden disappearance of the show on TV.

Reliable information gathered by www.nydjlive.com indicates that the all entertaining programme which took the nation by storm with a new twist to how entertainment shows run on TV might just not be back on Ghanaian TV screens. With internal wrangling (amongst Graphic Corporations) as to why Daily Graphic, one of the company’s oldest newspapers has had no TV programme over 50 years, some self seeking individuals believe there is no need for Graphic Showbiz on TV. Could this be the only reason for the programme’s disappearance? Read on.

Rumour also has it that although the concept for Graphic Showbiz on TV was conceived on the intent of being sponsored by the government since Graphic Communications group limited belonged to the government; however, it was increasingly getting difficult to continue the programme as funds had not been released since the commencement of the programme.

Could Graphic Showbiz on TV end with just a season or it might just come back under a different name?
Source: Ebenezer Donkoh

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