7 March 2024

ENO S1-2

Ghanaian drama series ENO returns for a second season where Abena Baafi is saddled with the responsibility of saving her daughters Tessa and Safowaa from the harsh realities of her own advice, having pushed them to make life choices purely based on money. However, the loss of one daughter and the arrival of another puts a dizzy spin on all her plans, sending the entire family into an abyss of chaos. 

The second season picks up months after the events of Season 1 finale. Abena Baafi grapples with her authoritarian past and the repercussions it has had on her daughters. Pregnant and contemplative, her newfound peace is shattered when Nana Akua Sarpong, the estranged daughter of her ex-husband, Bessa, makes a dramatic entrance into their lives. In this emotionally charged season, while their younger sister Kendall has disappeared into the wild, Tessa and Safowaa welcome their new sister Nana and discover buried ambitions, forcing the girls to undergo transformative arcs, with grave consequences.

In the new season, AMVCA winner Gloria Osei-Sarfo (The Perfect Picture: Ten Years Later) returns as Abena, as well Emelia Asiedu (Errands) and Ghana Movies Awards nominee Esi Hammond (Roses and Daggers) as her daughters Tessa and Safowaa respectively. Africa Movie Academy Awards nominee and Ghana Movie Awards winner John Dumelo (The Agency), Michael Katahena (Sankofa), Godwin Namboh (Dede), Michelle Hammond (Roses and Daggers), Brian Angels (Inspector Bediako), Dela Seade (Famous), Kabutey Ocansey  also return, with Darlyn Adu-Gyamfi (Kotoka), Melvin D.K Asinyo (Terminus), politician and actor Kwame Dzokoto and TV and radio personality Amanda Jissih joining the cast.

Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Best Director winner at Africa Movie Academy Awards, Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards and Ghana Movie Awards among other awards, returns to helm ENO S2 with Sparrow Studio’s producing partner Ken Attoh.

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