New reality TV show Thrivors looks to 'uplift' communities
A new docu-series is heading to our TV screens next month, and its creators are promising it is unlike anything we've seen before.
Thrivors is described as a TV show that "fuels you with hope" - helping local good-doers achieve their dreams.
The Survivors show is old school and we're quite boldly saying let's adapt the story and actually become _Thrivors _together.Nicola Jackman, Actress/Co-creator
The first 21 days are set to start on the 8th October in Swellendam.
We will look at how everyone is transformed in that 21-day period.Nicola Jackman, Actress/Co-creator
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