Blood and Water Season 2 Details on Release Date, Cast, Story and Is It Worth Waiting?

A second season of the South African series, Blood & Water, has already been requested by viewers. When Puleng Khumalo is kidnapped by the Cape Town elite, Blood & Water chronicles Puleng’s narrative. 16-year-old Puleng moves to Parkhurst College following a fortuitous meeting with someone she assumes to be her abducted elder sister. This is followed by six episodes of drama, controversy, and narrative twists that will leave you shocked.

Viewers naturally want to see more. What follows is all the information you need to know about Blood & Water season 2, including the release date and cast information as well as spoilers and news about what’s next for the series.

Is Blood and Water Season 2 happening?

Yes! There is now a second season of Blood & Water on Netflix. Showrunner and director Nosipho Dumisa personally conveyed the news to the cast in a video.

When can we expect Blood and Water Season 2 to release?

The second season of Blood & Water will be released on Netflix on September 24, 2021. Ama Qamata, the film’s lead actress, tweeted: “WE’RE BACK!! / 24.09.2021.” According to KB actor Thabang Molaba, Blood & Water season 2 filming wrapped up in March.

Blood and Water Season 2 – Details on casting members

For season 2, all of your Blood & Water favourites will return. Dillon Windvogel plays Wade, Arno Greef plays Chris, Ryle de Morny plays Chad, Natasha Tahane plays Wendy, Mekaila Mathys plays Tahira, Cindy Mahlangu plays Zama and Duane Williams portrays Mark. Season 2 will see Greteli Fincham (Reece) take on a larger role, according to Netflix. Both Katishcka Chanderlal and Alzavia Abrahams will appear as Pauline’s pals.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Netflix South Africa (@netflixsa)

What to expect from the story for Blood and Water Season 2?

The cast and crew of Blood & Water have not yet confirmed the second season. After discovering that they are sisters, Puleng and Fikile’s relationship as well as the people around them would undoubtedly change in season 3. Find out whether Fikile and Chad have terminated their illegal romance for good, if Puleng and KB will stay together, as well as if Mark and Zama agree to be in a relationship with Chris on this week’s episode of Black-ish.

Is it worth waiting for Blood and Water Season 2?

As we have seen in the past, the series’ first season was a huge success, with a large fan following. Many people, including review aggregators, praised the series, so when the first season concluded on a cliffhanger, viewers were left wanting to know what would happen next! Bland and Water Season 2 will undoubtedly be worth the wait. If you haven’t seen the first season yet, do so before proceeding to season 2.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *