African Time is a sitcom about a family of Nigerian immigrants and their struggle to balance wanting a better life for their son with wanting him to maintain their traditional values and cultural identity. The show was created by Damilare Sonoiki, a writer whose credits include ABC’s black-ish. The show has been featured on Buzzfeed, Essence, Blavity and OkayAfrica.



Despite the overwhelming response, several producers have passed on the show -- it's too specific, too niche, too African. So Instead of waiting for a network to pick us up, we are starting our own network made up of our fans! We have four monthly subscription levels: Basic ($1.99), Premium ($9.99), Deluxe ($74.99) and Producer ($249.99).

Each subscriber will receive a private viewing portal for future episodes. Premium and Deluxe subscribers will receive additional content and rewards. The subscription revenue will cover production costs. Producer subscribers will receive Co-Producer credit. Sign up!

You can also order an annual subscription for a full season of episodes: Basic ($19.99), Premium ($99.99), Deluxe ($750.00) and Producer ($2,500).


"Hilarious New Series Basically Sums Up the Immigrant Experience" - Essence

"This New Show About First Generation Nigerians Is So On Point" - Buzzfeed

"A Hilarious New Sitcom About The Immigrant Experience In America" - OkayAfrica


How many episodes will I get?

Our aim is to produce ten to twelve episodes this season, so about one episode per month.

Do I get a new episode when I sign up?

No, the pilot episode will be available on YouTube for promotional purposes. Going forward, we plan for new episodes to be available exclusively on the platform

Where does the money go?

Check out the graph below.