ScreenTime with Nicky Greenwall is a South African celebrity talk show produced by Greenwall Productions and hosted by journalist and producer Nicky Greenwall in which she interviews prominent celebrities and gets them to give a take on current affairs and stories making the news.
Nicky interviews high profile local stars who, aside from talking about their latest projects and personal lives, also comment on the week's most talked about local and international entertainment news stories.
In the first season, Kelly Khumalo apologised for hitting Khanyi Mbau, Bonang Matheba admitted that she posed for a mens' magazine to get the attention of "white" audiences and rapper Slikour attacked a well-known journalist for mis-quoting him.
Among the celebrities to appear in Season 2 are rappers AKA, Khuli Chana and Spoek Mathambo, comedians David Kau and Loyiso Gola, model Lerato Moloi, rocker Kahn Morbee and TV presenters Pearl Thusi, Minnie Dlamini and Boity Thulo.
Season 3 features DJ Lulo Cafe; singer-songwriters Jimmy Nevis and Jesse Clegg; singer Nandi Mngoma; rapper Jack Parow; actors Lesley-Anne Brandt, Hlomla Dandala and Amanda Du-Pont; comedians Siv Ngesi, Stuart Taylor and Kurt Schoonraad; and TV personalities Dineo Moeketsi, Lerato Kganyago, Phat Joe, 'Khabodacious' and Nonhle Thema.
The first guests in Season 4 are television personality and former prima ballerina Lorna Maseko, and model/television personality Maps Maponyane.
The series is directed by Tinet Crous.