CARIBBEAN ROOTS - a myKEEtv original drama series
Coming to myKEEtv Channel 153 in Jamaica. The Caribbean meets Hollywood in an eclectic blend of characters and culture in the Caribbean Roots series. A ritzy Hollywood dining establishment serves as the backdrop for this epic “dramedy” production. Characters are constantly confronted with the challenges of balancing innate Caribbean customs with a glamorous Hollywood lifestyle. It’s a daily roller coaster ride infused with tear jerking stories of love, defeat, triumph, tragedy and humor. Stay tuned for air dates & times.
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CARIBBEAN ROOTS 'DRAMEDY" SERIES
The Caribbean meets Hollywood in an eclectic blend of characters and culture in the Caribbean Roots series. A ritzy Hollywood dining establishment serves as the backdrop for this epic “dramedy” production. The myKEEtv original series debuts on myKEEtv Jamaica this season.
Coming this season. We have the youngest TV president in Caribbean showbiz! Join Mia and her team of super talented kids as they explore Cali and kid life in LA. Plus, we have homework club to help you battle the take-home blues.
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2017 CHO Honorees on stage at the Caribbean Heritage Awards gala in Hollywood. In photo L-R, Dr. Claire Nelson, Institute of Caribbean Studies: Shane Morgan (Life Yard); Consul General of Belize, Hon. Roland Yorke; Jasmine Turner, wealth management executive; Anna Maria Horsford, actress; Rosie Hodge Adams & Julien Adams, Children of the Caribbean Foundation and Romaine Allen (Life Yard). Photo by Damian Christie (myKEEtv).