In its quest to provide viewers with the ultimate TV viewing experience, Joy Prime will today, Sunday August 21, 2022, unveil two new reality shows – Big Chef Season 2 and Step Up Game Show.

The shows are tailored to offer viewers not just quality TV content but an experience to relish for a very long time.

At 4pm, 14 children will be unveiled at the launch of the Big Chef Reality Show in Accra.

The competition will groom and unearth the innate potential of the participants while providing them with the culinary skills needed for the world of work.

Big Chef Season 2 promises to be very competitive and entertaining, not only for kids but adults too.

The show is proudly sponsored by Frytol Sunflower Oil, Fortune Rice, Indomie, Top Choco, Flora Tissues, Low Price Master, Karen Mouthwash, Perk Biscuit and City Blood Tonic.

Also tonight, the second dose of fun will be served at exactly 7:30, as the all-new game show, Step Up, will premiere on the Joy Prime channel.

Step Up is a game show designed to test the knowledge, agility, or luck of selected individuals.

The game show, hosted by George Quaye, features four individuals in each episode. They will compete to win over GHS5,000 in cash and a trip to Dubai.

Step Up Game Show explained in 2 minutes

The show also combines music and dance from one of the hottest DJs, Merqury Quaye, host of Hotpicks on Joy Prime and Cruise Control on Hitz FM, to provide the ultimate edutainment show to viewers across platforms.

Step Up Game Show is sponsored by Glovo – Order anything, we deliver in minutes, and Adansi Travels – Feel life’s beauty.

Step Up and Big Chef Season 2 will also be streamed on Joy Prime social media platforms – @JoyPrimeTV

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