Blood & Water has shared the official trailer of the upcoming second season, which teases the expected storylines of the show.
Netflix South Africa took to Twitter on Monday, 13 September 2021, to share the official trailer of the second season of Blood & Water. On Monday, 23 August 2021, Netflix SA shared the first promotional teaser for the imminent return of the coming-of-age drama series. Moreover, the supporting statement confirmed that the show will continue with Puleng, played by Ama Qamata, revealing her suspicions to Fikile, played by Khosi Ngema.
The latest trailer also discloses more details and provides clarity on the addition of the new cast members, like Leroy Siyafa. Siyafa is set to play the character of Sam Nkosana, who will seemingly be Fikile’s love interest in the upcoming season. Moreover, the trailer also suggests that this season, Puleng and Fikile will conduct the DNA test to prove whether or not they are sisters.
The second season of Blood & Water is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on Friday, 24 September 2021.
See the post below.
— NetflixSA (@NetflixSA) September 13, 2021
Is Blood & Water season two out?
Season two of Blood & Water is currently not out. However, Netflix South Africa has confirmed that the second season of the show is expected for release on Friday, 24 September 2021. The date is auspicious as it coincides with a national public holiday, Heritage Day, meaning that South Africans can binge-watch the new season on the day.
Is Blood & Water based on a true story?
Blood & Water is not based on a true story, however, the series has been perceived as South Africa’s contemporary take on a coming-of-age drama series. A series that focuses on the lives of teenagers has not been done in years, with previous examples such as 2017’s Is’thunzi. More examples include Soul Buddies and Dynamite Diepkloof Dudes; both shows aired from the 1990s into the early 2000s.
How many Blood & Water episodes are there?
The first season of Blood & Water has six episodes. The running order of the episodes includes Fiksation, The Interview, Propaganda, Payback’s a B*tch, Frenemy No. 1 and Trippin’, respectively. Many fans of the show initially believed that the number of episodes suggested a mid-season break, rather than a complete season.
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