“Blood And Water” Drama Series Returns To Screens

Blood and Water drama series talks about the challenges teenagers in a privileged and competitive environment face, it addresses bothering issues around racial tension, disparities, pressure to succumb to societal pressure. 

"Blood And Water" Drama Series Returns To Screens"

Netflix has confirmed another season of “Blood and Water” a teen drama series set to come back to screens this year.

The captivating drama series is set to hit the screens again to give viewers an intriguing storyline from the talented cast.

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Blood and Water drama series talks about the challenges teenagers in a privileged and competitive environment face, it addresses bothering issues around racial tension, disparities, and pressure to succumb to societal pressure.

The drama further shows the challenges of single parenthood, the consequences of past actions, and the length one would go to protect their loved one.

As Puleng goes deeper into her search, she faces a diverse group of students with different complexities. She befriends Fikile Bhele (Khosi Ngema) popular and talented swimmer. Puleng also forms alliances with Wade (Dillon Windvogel ) and KB (Thabang Molaba) who helps her navigate the intricacies of the school’s social dynamics.

It’s a whole new Term, New students, and New Drama about to hit your screen.

Lovers of the drama series have taken to the comment section to express their excitement and anticipation.

“And we want it more than six episodes this time, we’re pleading,” a fan wrote.

“Y’all don’t know how we too thirsty for the new season”

” I can’t wait, drop this asap”

“Shows like this make me wanna move to SA”

While much wasn’t said about the series concerning the date of release, fans are already looking forward and counting minutes by seconds on when they can finally get to watch their favorite television series.

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The South African thrilling teen drama series was first premiered on Netflix in May 2020 and produced by Bradley Joshua.

The first, second, and third seasons have over 5 episodes each, with the new season, fans can’t wait.

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