Kenyan reality series, Kyallo Kulture,has returned for a second season on Showmax.
The show brings out the personal lives of Betty Kyallo and her sisters, Mercy and Gloria Kyallo.
According to Betty Season one of their reality series was a hit becoming one of the top 10 most-watched shows on Showmax in Kenya in 2022.
Last year the show was also nominated for Best TV Show at the Kalasha Awards.
As opposed to season one where the show highlighted in bloc the live’s of the 3 sisters season two gives a glimpse of their lives individually and also as sisters.
As they try to answer the question what is my next move Betty, who is excited to be back for a new season, promises viewers a different side of the Kyallo sisters, with more growth and maturity
‘ it’s super super exciting to be back for a new season,” says Betty. “The fact that we are doing season two means that season one was something great for people to watch, and that viewers appreciated the work that I did together with my sisters.” she added
Just a spoiler :Mercy, who recently turned 30, plans to embrace adulthood and live life to the fullest. Meanwhile, Gloria, the youngest of the sisters, will share her colorful journey into youth, what she describes as the experiences of the not-so-average millennial girl. “Expect the good, the bad and the ugly, as well as the breakups and the makeups,” excited Betty added.
In season one, viewers got a glimpse into the joys and pains of sisterhood and the importance of family in joyous and difficult situations. The sisters shared their stories, from Betty’s daughter Ivanna to the risks they took to build their different brands. with Betty as the CEO and founder of Flair By Betty, After Shave, and BK Closet a cloth line she launched in 2021 ,Mercy kyallo who is a young spirited entrepreneur and marketing enthusiast is the CEO and founder of Yallo Leather Limited , And Gloria Kyallo the youngest of the three, is a mental health activist ,a psychologist, and an animal activist .