“Finally taking a bow” – Charles Inojie declares the end of ‘The Johnsons’ comedy series

The Johnsons
  • Charles Inojie, a renowned Nollywood icon, announced on social media that the Nigerian comedy series, “The Johnsons,” has concluded.
  • The Nigerian series, known for its heartfelt moments and witty characters, has captivated fans with its unique humor and emotional journey.
  • Inojie, known for his role as Lucky Johnson on the show “The Johnsons,” announced on his official Instagram page that the show will soon cease airing.

Charles Inojie, a well-known figure in Nollywood, recently revealed on social media that the popular Nigerian comedy series “The Johnsons” has come to an end.

Over the years, viewers of this famous Nigerian series—known for its heartwarming moments and rib-tickling humor—have become close to the show’s unique characters, sharing many happy and sad times with them.

The announcement that “The Johnsons” would soon be ending was announced on Inojie’s official Instagram profile. Inojie is well-known for playing Lucky Johnson on the show.

The seasoned actor posted some behind-the-scenes photos from the film set on his Instagram feed, giving fans a nostalgic trip down memory lane.

With an emotional farewell message to fans, he highlighted that “The Johnsons” had adorned screens for an impressive 13 years, to go along with these captivating photographs.

Charles Inojie expressed his sincere thanks and admiration to all of the people who had supported them during the incredible 13-year trip, as well as to the show’s steadfast followers.

Sharing a video, he wrote;


After 13 years of absolute magic,13 years of awesomeness,13 years of being Africa’s most-watched show on television,13 years of being every family’s favorite,

THE JOHNSONS is finally taking a bow.

I thank my co-travelers, the wonderful team of cast and crew, without whom these past 13 years could not have been spectacularly outstanding as THE JOHNSONS made it.

I am immensely grateful to our fans across the African continent for the love and support we got unconditionally.

Indeed, while it is the beginning of greater exploits from every individual member of the team, like every good thing that must have a terminal point, it is the end of the road for THE JOHNSONS.