Blood & Water was an instant smash on Netflix, and fans are already clamouring for a second season of the South African thriller. Blood & Water takes place in South Africa and depicts the compelling storey of Puleng Khumalo as well as the scandalous lifestyles of Cape Town’s elite. Puleng, a 16-year-old girl, transfers to Parkhurst College after meeting someone she thinks to be her abducted elder sister. Then there are six episodes of drama, debate, and unexpected narrative twists.
When will Blood and Water Season 2 release?
Yes! Blood & Water season 2 has been officially renewed for a second season by Netflix. The announcement was made in an endearing video in which showrunner and director Nosipho Dumisa presented the news to the cast members face-to-face, telling them that they had been picked up for a second season. Season 2 of Blood & Water will be released on Netflix on September 24, 2021.
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Who will be appearing for Blood and Water Season 2?
All of your favourite Blood & Water characters will return in Season 2. Returning cast members include Ama Qamata (Puleng), Khosi Ngema (Fikile), Thabang Molaba (KB), Dillon Windvogel (Wade), Arno Greef (Chris), Ryle de Morny (Chad), Natasha Tahane (Wendy), Mekaila Mathys (Tahira), Cindy Mahlangu (Zama), and Duane Williams (Mark).
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What to expect from the plotline for Blood and Water Season 2?
Blood & Water’s actors and crew have yet to say anything about what will happen in season 2. Because the first season closes with Puleng and Fikile discovering that they are sisters, we anticipate that season 2 will focus on how this impacts their relationship and the people that surround them. Not to mention if Fikile and Chad’s illegal romance has stopped for good, whether Puleng and KB will go the distance, and whether Mark and Zama agree to be in a throuple with Chris.
Is there any trailer revealed?
There is currently no Blood & Water season 2 trailer available. However, we will notify you as soon as there is one.