- Drama series Gomora still remains the most-watched show on DStv
- The popular show surpassed The Queen and has remained at the top with a massive 1.3 million viewers
- Mzansi social media users shared their thoughts about the incredible achievement
Gomora has retained its spot as the most-watched programme on DStv with a whopping 1,34 million viewers tuning in for its top episode in December 2020.
This is according to Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela.
Upon launching, the telenovela quickly managed to surpass The Queen to become DStv's most-watched soapie.
Gomora stars some of Mzansi's greatest acting talents, including Katlego Danke and Zolisa Xaluva.
The Queen regained its position only got Gomora to know it back off the top spot.
Social media users congratulated the show and cast for the incredible achievement. Twitter user stylecandiii said:
“This is really well deserved....the characters each play their roles so well...like Mam'Sonto no Zodwa kill me nge drama yabo because omg wow bathong ma baby”
“They might gain 1 more viewer if they stop draaaaaging storylines”
“I wish I could watch soapies like normal people”
The accomplishment is definitely well-deserved as the show continues to deliver original and creative content. Keep it up!
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Dawn Thandeka King is moving to a new set, new cast and new television show. The star has reportedly decided to leave Uzalo and been given a role in a new series titled Diepsloot.
The actress is reportedly leaving, or has already left, the cast of Uzalo, which she has been a part of for four seasons.
There have been rumours of Uzalo doing a new-and-improved angle on the show but reports from industry insiders have implied that King left before the latest season began filming.
In addition, when celebrity commentator Phil Mphela reported the news he referred to Dawn Thandeka King as a "former Uzalo star", which only fuelled rumours that she had already exited the show.
The new series that Dawn is reportedly joining is currently titled Diepsloot, although that may change before it airs, and is produced by Black Brain pictures.
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