YOLO, which is inspired by popular Tv series 'Things We Do For Love' features popular actor, Adjetey Anang (as Pusher), beautiful Jackie Appiah (as Enyonam), and other cast from the old series. It also features young and promising actors namely Aaron Adatsi (Cyril- Pusher and Enyonam's son) who is in love with beatiful Queenstar Anaafi (as Emily), J.B Peasah (as Drogba a.k.a Bro Charles), Makafui Fela (as Serwaa-the bread seller) and others.
Season one ended at episode thirteen where Cyril and his friends; Drogba and George got into trouble in the village, menawhile, Pusher and his old time friend are on a journey to rescure and fetch them from the village.
Cyril was sent to the village by his mother, Enyonam as a punishment for visiting his new found love Emily and bringing girls to spend the night in their house whiles she was away. Drogba in an attempt to pay back George for all the troubles he has caused him deceived him that they were going to the village for a funeral and persuaded him to join them after he Drogba offered to go with Cyril.
In season two, viewers will be looking forward to the return of of cyril and friends, and answers to the following questions:
Is Serwaa knowledgeable enough of appropriate quarters she can report to, in relation to the guy who drunk her?
Will Emily get to know that Cyril had an affair with Antoinette? how will she react to the news and will she accept Cyril as her boyfriend?
What next for Enyonam and Pusher?
And what becomes of Drogba and Jane, the lady who got pregnant for him?
The season two premiere also offers the opportunity for all those who want to be part of this educative series to be auditioned.
YOLO is a television series that seeks to increase young people's access to appropriate health information and health services by enhancing the social, legal and cultural environment for the improvement of young people's reproductive health.