A star is type of astronomical object consisting of a luminous spheroid of plasma held together by its own gravity. A star in our local setting is someone who stands out in their profession or skill.

Our superstars are human, just like you and I. How powerful will it be to have an open window to their weapons of survival?

Written in the Stars brings to you the leaders, pace setters, role models and mountain shakers in all walks of life.

Written in The Stars is a 30 minute chat show with various professionals ranging from musicians, lawyers, doctors, professors and many others who are setting an example for all and sundry to follow. The setting of the interview takes place in their comfort zone. Purpose of this to achieve the main objective of the show which is to uncover that other side of them they never talk about. Scars, wounds, troubling past, near death experiences and weakness which never weighs them down as they share their survival strategies. Not your regular one-on-one Interview session which will go off track to talk about third party’s and matters relating outside the scope of the star.

Society has a view that people in high places, famous and of prominence are super humans who have no flaws. You will be amazed with the revelations this show will be bringing as you spend time with host Alex Crassie as he asks the tough questions you may have never thought of.

Alex Kwesi Crassie is a seasoned Ghanaian entertainment presenter who has broken boundaries in the field of entertainment.  Based in South Africa, he was previously the host of Good Morning Africa on DSTV, as well as The Request show, also on DSTV and GoTV.

Premiering on Joy Prime on the 3rd of June, this show will be aired every Sunday from 5:00pm – 5:30pm.
Written in the Stars is produced by Ark House Productions.

So get on board, put on your seat belts and let us take you on that roller coaster trip with amazing stories which can only be ‘Written in the Stars.

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