Generations: The Legacy is a South African soap opera created and produced by Mfundi Vundla[1]. It is a remake of the original soap opera “Generations,” also created and produced by Vundla, with many new and different characters, settings, and tones[1]. The show first aired in 2014 and has a rating of 7.3/10 on IMDb[2]. Set against the backdrop of the advertising industry, “Generations: The Legacy” celebrates the hopes and dreams of South Africans who aspire to a better future[2]. The show stars Connie Ferguson, Rapulana Seiphemo, and Junior Singo[2].

“Generations: The Legacy” is the second most viewed television show in South Africa[3]. It is a rebrand of the popular South African soap opera “Generations,” which started in 1993[3]. The show is broadcast on SABC1 from Monday to Friday at 8 PM, and its official Twitter account provides updates and news related to the series[5].