HomeArtWatch Senselet Drama Season 1 Episode 02 (Senselet Part 2) Support the Ethiopian film industry. Watch up to 6 new movies for $4.99. Watch Senselet Drama Season 1 Episode 02 (Senselet Part 2) **** Senselet TV Series on EBS Genre: Drama Starring: Temesgen Afework, Tewodros Legesse Bezu, Yodit Mengistu (Judi), Tigist Milkessa, Ayalkbet Teshome, Maru Abebe, Melese Weldu, Mestwet Aragaw, Abraham Maru, Fikru Teshome, Rahel Tekle, Zemariam Nigussie, Mekbib Wado Roza, Tadele Daba, Simon Demissie, Hana Goitom, Meskelu Temesgen, and others Theme music composer:Dawit Bosco (Bosco Studio) Country: United States Language: Amharic Writer: Temesgen Afework Executive producer(s): Mela Productionand Hollyland Pictures Directors: Temesgen Afework and Tewodros Legesse Bezu Assistant director: Ejigayehu Kassa Editors: Nebyou Zelalem Teklu, Temesgen Afework Director of photography: Meskelu Temesgen Running time: ~42 minutes Production company: Mela Production, in association with Hollyland Pictures Original channel: Ethiopian Broadcasting Service (EBS)* —————————————————————— You can also watch Senselet Drama Season 1 Episode 01 (Senselet Part 1) Betoch Part 182 – “Lijitua” Betoch Part 181 – “Mena” Welafen 16 (Welafen S04E16) Welafen 15 (Welafen S03E15) Ketezegaw Dose Part 30: “Altegib Bay” Ketezegaw Dose Part 29: “Yemelekiaw Dibebekosh Chewata” Mogachoch Drama Part 121 (S05E121) Mogachoch Drama Part 120 (S05E120) Wazema Drama Part 37 Wazema Drama Part 36 Meleket Drama Season 2 Episode 75 (Meleket Part 75) Meleket Drama Season 2 Episode 74 (Meleket Part 74) Betoch Part 180 – “Shilmat” Yema’ebel Wanategnoch 10 Yema’ebel Wanategnoch 9 Dana Drama S04E70 (Dana Part 70) – Season Finale Dana Drama S04E69 (Dana Part 69) ————————————————————— Ethiopian Broadcasting Service (EBS) is a privately held media company established in 2008 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA to provide a niche transmission programming that targets the booming Ethiopian market globally. EBS aims to promote Ethiopian and other African countries’ values, cultures and traditions on a global scale. The much-needed information provided by EBS would help bridge the cultural divide and narrow the communication gap for Ethiopians residing in North America and around the world. EBS prides itself on providing quality programs pertaining to the rich cultural heritage of Ethiopia, its history, tradition, socio-economic development, business, tourism and current affairs. EBS’s mission is to be the leader in entertainment and infotainment mass media, serving Ethiopians residing around the world. The television platform will play a great role as a tool for businesses and various organizations to reach the Ethiopian community globally. Add to favorites Subscribers log in to access your favourite list and rented movies. New customers visit our website SodereOnDemand.com to subscribe or rent movies.