US-based Ghanaian preteen’s TV show continues to inspire   


U.S.-based Ghanaian preteen, Nicholas Buamah continues to inspire youth and teenagers alike with his breakthrough TV show that is captivating the viewers.

The 12-year-old boy who first got the internet ablaze when he was a year younger with his pilot episode, has once again attracted global attention with the premiere of his new TV show titled ‘Nick’s House’.

At the age of 11, Buamah’s anticipated pilot episode lived up to expectations delivering both a blend of humor and wholesomeness, and he has continued to grow in strength and creativity.

Buamah, whose father hails from Ghana, infused elements of the Ghanaian culture into the TV sitcom, evident in the incorporation of the Twi language.

Hollywood actor Som Aidoo, portraying Nicholas’s father on the show and a native of Ashanti, seamlessly embraced the Ghanaian dialect, contributing to the authenticity of Nick’s House.

The preteen’s journey into the world of storytelling began at the age of seven when he published his first book, Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day. This marked the inception of a passion that led him to publish two additional books. As his love for writing blossomed, he envisioned creating a scripted show.

Collaborating with his mother- Danielle, he enlisted the expertise of professional writers and producers to bring this remarkable project to life.

Although presented with offers from different media platforms to feature Nick’s House, Nicholas and his mother opted to release it independently, ensuring accessibility to a global audience. The team is looking forward to filming an episode or two of the show in Ghana in 2024.

The 12-year-old is credited as the creator, writer, and star of the show. Episodes of the show are available for public viewing on the Mother Hubbard TV channel or

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