The second season of the Netflix SA Original debuted in 2021.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
FNetflix’s blockbuster teen drama series ‘Blood and Water’ now have a fresh cause to rejoice, as the streaming giant has announced that a second season will be produced.
Principal photography for the show’s third season began on Wednesday, according to Netflix’s Nigerian and South African social media accounts. In what seems to be a behind-the-scenes image, Ama Qamata (Puleng), Khosi Ngema (Fikile Bhele), Thabang Molaba (KB), and Dillon Windvogel (Wade) appear.
The announcement of a new season comes roughly six months after the show’s second season launched to a rapturous response from fans.
Puleng’s attempt to understand the events behind Fikile’s kidnapping led to the discovery of a deadly human trafficking syndicate in the new season. With the emergence of what may be a new villain, the season concluded on a cliffhanger.
‘Blood and Water,’ regarded as one of the most worldwide popular African originals, depicts a 16-year-old high school girl who goes on an inquiry into the circumstances behind her sister’s abduction shortly after her birth. The Nosipho Dumisa-created series’ first season began in May 2020.
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