The second part of blood and water is coming soon


The second part of blood and water is coming soon

The second part of blood and water is coming soon
The first season of Blood and Water stole the hearts of the many people across the planet, with its intriguing storyline and cliff-hangers, which constantly left fans interested in what might unfold within the next episode.

The teen series tells a tale of Puleng Khumalo, who is investigating the cold case of her older sister, Fikile Bhele who was abducted at birth. Puleng believes that a Parkhurst student, Fikile, is her sister and she or he gets herself transferred thereto school to research the case.

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In the last episode of the show, Puleng tells Fikile that she thinks she is her sister, and season 2 will probably reveal whether or not they are related or not. The Director of the series Nosipho Duma, recently confirmed through Netflix’s social media that a second season of the series is coming.

One of the most characters of the series Thabang Molaba who plays KB, recently posted a series of Instagram stories, touching down in Cape Town and Ama Qamata screaming “Its Blood and Water season 2 baby.

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Blood and Water features a star-studded cast that incorporates Natasha Thahane, Ama Qamata, Gail Mabalane, and Sello Maake-Ka Ncube.

Speaking about working with the likes of Nasty C and Natasha Thahane, Thabang recently said. “It was an excellent experience, I desire during this journey of acting i’m still learning, I’m not really a professional fessional yet even once I do become a pro I will be able to still be learning, so I always devour from everyone that i buy to act with, in whatever show that I do, so it had been an excellent experience learning wisely.”

Since Blood and Water were released, many are praising it, and Ama said they’re very humbled by the rave reviews.


“The reactions are very overwhelming during a great way, i feel we are all also humbled by them, Blood and Water of we are very grateful that folks genuinely love the show, we worked so hard on the projects. All those long days on set it had been all worthwhile, but we also enjoyed making the show, so it’s been humbling and that we are grateful,” she told ZAlebs.

The series was directed by Nosipho and Ama Qamata praised her work ethic.

“Nosipho really held our hands throughout the whole process, especially with the scenes that were emotionally draining and challenging. She really gave us time to possess that moment before she would call the action. We could invite time, to collect ourselves s and she or he would take us through the scenes so we were really under good guidance also.