Housemates is a dramatic and hilarious TV series revolving around the life of three classy young ladies living together under one roof.
Ruth Wacuka plays Ciku leader of the pack, working as a cabin crew in a reputable airline; she is the most sophisticated of the girls. She has played roles in various films including, Deceptions, Divine Intervention, The second honeymoon and the Senior pastor among others, she is also a lead actor in Maisha bure where she plays Petronila, a crazy woman constantly in conflict with everyone, but it is her role in Housemates that has become a milestone presenting a new platform for her. Not only that, her interest in cosmetics has advanced her skills as an excellent make-up artist, pursuing a degree in bachelor of arts and communications at St. Paul’s university. Wacuka’s star is bound to get even brighter and the sky is her only limit.
Caroline Wairimu plays Chebi she represents rational modesty, always ready to take one for the team and won’t let a bad tendency catch on. Working as a receptionist, Chebi is the most hospitable of the girls. For her this role has developed her spontaneity on set and advanced her prowess as a seasoned actress. Caroline is focused, precise and quite swift on her cues. She has taken major roles in various films including the senior pastor and Cross roads. She also plays Mona in the just premiered Maisha bure, her presence on set is quite reassuring and has demonstrated her importance as an ideal supporting cast.
Produced by Kikwetu productions and Directed by Kang’ethe Mungai, House mates is about Life in the fast lane, where the girls are sometimes forced to resort to unconventional strategies in order to keep up, an endeavor that seems almost impossible for them since their only hope is in their union which regrettably is impossible for them to maintain. With only five months on TV, House mates boasts of having the fasted growing viewership.
Watch House mates a tantalizing TV series every Thursday at 9:55pm on K24, and prepare to be baffled captivated, tickled and stunned by the level which Kenyan soaps have finally arrived at.