Blood & Water Season 2: Netflix renews South-African drama series ‘Blood & Water’. Here its release date, plot, cast, trailer & everything you need to know.
Blood & Water is a Netflix original South-African drama series. It is based on the typical lives of teenagers and includes school drama which makes it a suitable watch for a bunch of teenagers. However, Blood & Water failed to gain popularity in India but its never a good option to not watch a beautiful series. Let’s check out all the necessary details about season 2 of Blood & Water. Release date, cast, plot, trailer and more.
Blood & Water Season 2: Release Date
The first season of Blood & Water premiered this year on May 20, 2020. Just after a month of its release, on June 26, 2020, the team of Blood & Water announced the coming of season 2. However, Netflix has not given us a release date yet. Since it’s just been a month of season 1 premiere and season 2 production may take some more time. Production might take some months to wrap. It is still unsure if we will see the upcoming season this year or not. But we can expect it in early or in mid-2021.
Who Will Be the Cast Members of Blood & Water Season 2?
News about official cast members is not out. Some of the previous cast members might join and some might leave as well. We can expect a bunch of new cast members also. Here are the main cast members we’ll see in Season 2 as well:
- Ama Qamata as Puleng Khumalo
- Khosi Ngema as Fikile Bhele
- Gail Mabalane as Thandeka Khumalo
- Thabang Molaba as Karabo Molapo
- Arno Greef as Chris Ackerman
- Dillon Windvogel as Wade Daniels
- Cindy Mahlangu as Zama
- Natasha Thahane as Wendy Dlamini
What’s the Production Status of Season 2?
As far as we know, on July 4, 2020, Blood & Water crew shared some behind the scenes and on-going shooting pictures on its Instagram handle. From these pictures, we are certain that the production is going on and season 2 might drop anytime soon. The series is South-African and the filming is taking place in Cape Town, South Africa.
What is the Plot of Blood & Water and its Upcoming Season?
Blood & Water has a gripping teen drama plot. In season 1, we discover Puleng Khumalo (Ama Qamata) unconsciously stumbling upon her long-lost abducted sister in a party. After that, she went on a mission to find her sister and transfers to an elite school to prove whether the popular star student is her sister who was abducted at birth. Fortunately, season one ended with Puleng (Ama Qamata) and Fikile (Khosi Ngema) finding out that they are actually related.
The first season left the fans with unanswered questions and season 2 is coming to answer them all. Till now, the producers, cast and crew, none of them has given a hint to the audience about the plot. So, waiting patiently for season 2 is the better option now.
Is Blood & Water Series Based On a Real Story?
Yes, the show is inspired by a real-life incident that happened in Cape Town, South Africa. Though being a Netflix series, the show’s creators have modified it a little bit with their creativity and imagination. But the storyline remains somewhat similar to the real-life kidnapping incident.
The incident sounds unreal and it is definitely a chilling story. In 1997, two days old Zephany Nurse was abducted from a hospital in Cape Town. The family searched day and night for the missing newborn but was not found. The family had second daughter Cassidy Nurse, and she started at a new school when she met Zephany, who was going by the name Miché Solomon at the time. Cassidy became suspicious as both the girls were similar looking. Then, they both decided to take a DNA test. After the test, it was confirmed that Miché was really Zephany, and she is indeed the sister of Cassidy. Finally, this crime incident gets a happy ending after two decades as the family is now reunited with the long-lost sister.
Is There a Trailer Yet?
Unfortunately, the trailer of season 2 is not there. It may take some time for trailer to drop.
If you are on a lookout for the gripping storyline and amazing series, watch Blood & Water Season 2 on Netflix.
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