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One would think only a few weeks after very heated presidential elections, which saw President Macky Sall re-elected, Senegalese would be spending their time reflecting about issues like the chronic youth unemployment, a failed education system, precarious healthcare, and the ever-present violence against women and children. But no, not really. The main conversation topic on TV, online and socially, is the new drama series Maitresse d’un homme marié (Mistress of a Married Man) produced by Marodi TV, which airs on the private channel 2STV. Only in its fifteenth episode, Maitresse has garnered millions of views on YouTube and Senegalese social media buzz with debates about whether the series should continue or not.

Maitresse follows the lives of five women in Dakar, some married, others not. Played by rising star Khalima Gadji, the lead character, Marème, is the mistress of Cheikh, a married man and father of one with whom she has sex.

Though the title of the series focuses on the mistress, the content is equally divided across the lives of the four other female characters who in their own right are multifaceted representations of contemporary urban…

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