M-Net is keeping its promise to increase its local content offering and to add a variety of brand new local scripted stories to its popular slate of blockbuster reality shows. The channel has now confirmed another new series aimed at boosting its Thursday night line-up called Inconceivable. Said to be a must-see female-driven local drama series, Inconceivable joins other recently confirmed titles that include Qiniso van Damme as its first Bachelorette; the daily drama Legacy; and the start date of The Single Wives, based on a popular Australian dating show.
Inconceivable, featuring a fresh mix of brilliant local stars, will launch on Thursday, 3 September at 20:00, after The Single Wives, which starts on the same evening at 19:00.
Created, written, and produced by brothers Luke and Josh Rous and Meren Reddy from the award-winning Rous House Productions, Inconceivable poses a question we can all relate to; What is the price of parenting? But then it takes it one step further; Is there any force stronger than a mother’s love?
Inconceivable tells the story of two women who have been best friends since high school and now find themselves at the centre of a circle of friends, all women in their mid-thirties. Together, these working professionals face the challenges of demanding careers and the first years of pregnancy and child-rearing – a balancing act that requires all the super-powers they can muster.
“With such an amazing cast, well-defined but complex characters, and unique story twists, Inconceivable is bound to pack a punch,” says M-Net’s Head of Publicity, Lani Lombard. “It deals head-on with social issues that we believe are important to our M-Net 101 audience and we are thrilled to present the series in the Thursday night time slot previously occupied by touching dramas such as Still Breathing and Council of Dads.”