XYZ Show Now Returns to Kiss TV, Will Be Available Online and on Mobile

The XYZ Show is coming back on national TV! The popular and often controversial political satire program returns on June 10th at 9pm on Kiss TV for its 6th season. The show will then air every Sunday at 8pm, and will be repeated on Mondays at 8pm.

“The XYZ Show Season 6 will be our boldest season ever,” says Gado, Creator and Producer of the show. “XYZ will continue to expose all political scoundrels and their shenanigans of course, but as the country prepares for the next elections, we will especially focus on the presidential candidates and their side kicks.”

Kiss TV went national in April, increasing its transmission capacity and installing new transmitters in Nyanza, Rift Valley, Coast and Western provinces. This means that viewers from across the country will now be able to enjoy The XYZ Show on television.

For fans across the country and in the diaspora, The XYZ Show will also be available for free on the new digital video platform Buni TV. Fans will be able to access new and old episodes of The XYZ Show online on and on their mobile phones at

Buni TV is a global platform that showcases the best pan-African video content. It was developed by Buni Media, the producers of The XYZ Show.

“Distribution of quality African content is a challenge on the continent, and we wanted to ensure that as many people as possible have access to The XYZ Show. With Buni TV, we are leveraging Africa’s mobile phone revolution to bring the show directly into the hands of our fans,” said Marie Lora-Mungai, Executive Producer of The XYZ Show and CEO of Buni TV.

Buni TV, which launched on April 18, has since received 90,000 page views and more than 1,500 hours of video watched on the platform.

Written by Robert

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