About me

Seun Arowojolu’s career spans close to two decades. He has been responsible for creating fan-favourite TV series and impactful films. Seun is a Graduate of the Prestigious National Film Institute. His first short film, Helpless Fate was screened at the 2009 Durban International Film Festival.

He forged a carrier for himself in the Television industry with a passion to create contents that have mass appeal and reach. This made him create one of Africa’s top sitcoms, SQUATTERZ, a show that started airing in 2012 and has since been on the air. His core panache for creating, Producing, writing, directing and distributing contents has helped bring so many ideas from paper to the audience.

In 2020 he added another feather to his cap by founding ContentGram Studios, a one-of-a-kind, Hollywood-styled film Sound stage in Nigeria. A dream he has nurtured all his life. His business and creative leadership have helped sustain a creative tribe with the vision of building a sustainable film environment that can transcend generations.

He is currently the Executive Creative Director of ContentGram Studios, Africa.






Squatterz is a sitcom that revolves around adults Squatting in an apartment. Their hilarious experience living in the house serves the audience with a huge dose of laughter. SQUATTERZ was nominated for the best-written comedy series in 2014 by AMVCA.





Birds of a feather (BOAF) is a family sitcom centred around a family of Four. The Abiola’s family.  The drama, laughter and antics is something refreshing as we are reminded with each episode that we might not choose our family, but there is no replica for any family that sticks together despite the odds.





90 Gogoro, a first era TV based in the 1990s, focuses on the family of Patrick and Nike Igodomigodo as they relocate from Benin city to Lagos with their only daughter Pamela and Patrick’s brother, Daniel.

Their foray into running a bakery left behind by Nike’s father, a hilarious drama from their neighbours Tamara and Tara make 90gogoro a pure joy to watch. 





COLOUR ME is an emotional, inspiring and educational story based on real-life events. Kazeem failed SS2 twice. At the point of been asked to withdraw, a new teacher, Mr Uche asked for him to be given a last chance despite been caught fighting another student. This does not go down well with Mr Omotayo, a long-serving teacher in the school who has marked him as a total failure.
Could Kazeem be suffering from emotional trauma or he is unserious with his studies?
These questions will be answered when you watch the movie, COLOUR ME.





Centred on very sensitive issues known Human Trafficking and Irregular Migration, a very caustic reality that has plagued several regions of the world for many years. The play is set in sub-Saharan Africa as pivotal characters are on a journey to Europe. The spotlight is on a young girl, Ese. Driven by the ambition to go to school, become a medical doctor and provide for her mother, the only family she has. Her lack of prior knowledge coupled with her dreams of a brighter future were the catalysts in the process of which she became a victim of human trafficking.


Creative & dedication

With some globally acclaimed TV productions in his belt, celebrated Nigerian filmmaker, Seun Arowojolu is set to take things a notch higher with the launch of a worldclass outfit, ContentGram Studios Africa, which he says would rival any studio anywhere in the world.



Ovwe Medeme
Independent Newspapers Limited.

Seun is an avid reader and also ardent believer in self-development. He is keen on taking challenges that will push him to the next level.


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