Viewers ‘not impressed’ by Uyanda’s reality show
TshisaLIVE | 2017-04-06 10:22:22.0
Uyanda’s show missed the mark for most fans last night.
Image by: Uyanda/Instagram
Twitter users reacted with mixed emotions after the first episode of Uyanda Mbuli’s reality show aired on Wednesday night, with many viewers saying it did not live up to the hype.
Fans took to Twitter to express how they were not impressed with the show, while others said they did not want to be hasty in their judgement, deciding to wait for the second episode to judge.
Uyanda took to Trending SA to explain why her show might not have done so well on it’s premier day, saying that she used the first episode to show her fans where she comes from so they understand her better.
“There are mixed feelings about it. Other people asking if [the show] is a documentary or reality show, but I had to put perspective and context. You won’t be able to understand the person if there’s no context,” she said.
Here are some of the reactions:
#UyandaItsOn is basically a bunch of Instagram stories put together and then broadcast on sabc 3? pic.twitter.com/jGyu0LjDVS
— KARABO (@Karabo_Stoux) April 5, 2017
#UyandaItsOn is a perfect example that if its not on mzansi magic, it’s not worth watching
— BOITUMELO (@Boitumelo_o) April 5, 2017
K, I’ll wait for the second episode! I don’t wanna be called a hater… Let’s wait and see #UyandaItsOn pic.twitter.com/tbEKlUrAg2
— Arnold Phiri (@arnold_phiri1) April 5, 2017
We all starts somewhere guys. Yes there’s always room for some improvements, but tearing something down ain’t helping #UyandaItsOn
— Lizelle Tabane (@lizelleta) April 5, 2017
@SABC3 why you playing wit’ us , Uyanda was in Dubai #UyandaItsOn 21:00 & 22:10 she’s in JHB .#tsaon3 pic.twitter.com/q18Ta8bAcs
— DARTH VADER (@Iam_Narcho) April 5, 2017
10 seconds in and I already can tell that I am not the target market for #UyandaItsOn pic.twitter.com/qORVPz8kyJ
— Keabetswe (@_keabe) April 5, 2017
#UyandaItsOn Eish Twitter not giving this show love . . . or at least a chance nyana
— Epyk Living (@Epykliving) April 6, 2017