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How “Far From Home” Cast is Giving Life to Their Characters On Twitter

The Story⚡

Far from Home the first Nigerian Netflix Young Adult Series dropped on Dec 16th 2022.

Since then, cast members, fans, shippers and Nigerian Twitter have formed together to give the wittiest and most positive comments about the Young Adult series created by Chinaza Onuzo and Dami Elebe.

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 The cast of Far from Home has taken Twitter by storm and now actively developing content that connects with audiences that have watched the show.

From captioning, to memes, to sharing BTS clips, to naming ships, and asking fans questions: this content has now flooded Twitter since the beginning of the show and fueling the FFH (Far From Home) Fandom.

As it stands, Far from Home seems to have delighted audiences such that the cast members living their characters on Twitter via content seems to easily go viral.

If you are on Twitter, you will be forced at one point to check out the show as a lot of context is needed to fully comprehend this dose of fandom.

Top 10 

Here is a curation of some of the best and most engaging tweets about the show so far.


In Summary 

From the streaming company that kicked off on a bashing note, this is surely a good way to end.

Far From Home has clearly connected with a domestic audience, debuted new stars and most importantly, developed into a franchise that Netflix can use to lockdown its growing local subscriber base.

How they move forward (Cancellation /Renewal) will be strategic to see how seriously they take the Nigerian market.

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