Kani plays specialist "Dr Sibu Mahlangu", who cherishes ladies,fast cars and all things high life. However, he is then compelled to forsake everything when his father, a farm owner, passes on. Out of his comfort zone Kani finds himself having to learn farming skills such as irrigation, planting mielies and milking cows.
"I think the script is nothing we've seen on our screens before."
He teased that all the characters "have a dark secret", which will result in a division in the middle of some, and bring others closer.
The show was shot in excess of six weeks and features a star-studded cast, which incorporates Kani's Generations partner Thato Molamu, Lumko Johnson, Thando Thabethe, Jo-Anne Reyneke, Wandile Molebatsi and Lali Dangazele.
Looking at exchanging to Dr Mahlangu from American partner graduate Samora Lembede on Generations and an insane specialist on Muvhango before that, he said: "This is why we studied, isn't it? So we can learn the tools. It should be challenging."
He said actors were relied upon to exceed expectations in any part they are given.
The child of legendary writer, John Kani, made his big appearance like a duck to water. "Theatre is always on my mind," he said, and the stage had not taken a rearward sitting arrangement to TV as he will begin rehearsals on another creation a month from now.
Credit Image:Facebook.Atandwa Kani