Ghanaians, like any other group of people across the world, have been massively infected with the mania that comes with some of the world's most popular TV shows such as Game of Thrones and Empire.
Ghanaians love their TV series and it is not difficult to find young people going all over their place with their pen drives and laptops looking to download episodes of their favourite.
Unlike most parts of the world where millions have access to the cable channels that show these series, many Ghanaians have to resort to downloading, both legally and illegally.
Notwithstanding, there is a massive fan base for each of the TV shows that make our list. Here are the top seven according to an observation by YEN.com.gh.
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1. Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones enters its final season in 2019. It is by far the biggest TV show in the world and Ghana has caught the fever too.
The intrigue and family politics of Empire were something that Ghanaians were always going to like with Empire. The story is very relatable to Ghanaian society.
Power has the romance and grass-to-grace vibes with which young Ghanaians can easily identify. In some ways too, it is a story that portrays how most Ghanaians see Americans.
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4. The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory is popular among Ghanaians who view themselves as nerds or geeks. It is for people who have an "intellectual" sense of humour, so to speak.
Suits has the mix of intrigue and the layman's expectations of professional life. Just like Power, Suits seems like how Ghanaians usually think of America.
Scandal is also popular among highly educated Ghanaians. It is probably the case that they can understand the nuance of personal ambition and politics of the modern woman in this world.
7. How To Get Away With Murder
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How To Get Away With Murder is a strong story of emotions and reason. It combines both human elements pretty well and that might be the reason Ghanaians love it.
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