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WATCH: South African NETFLIX’s Teen Drama Blood And Water First Trailer

New Upcoming South African Series “Blood and Water” Has Released Its Trailer And Its Lookin Good!

Netflix will debut its newest series on May 20th, Wednesday. The South African series titled “Blood and Water” is a Netflix original that will be released globally. Netflix has released some first look photos and the trailer to season 1.

Netflix has almost 45 original series, and this presumably its 46th. During this lockdown period, people are living off of Netflix series and film. Therefore, the more series they come up with, the better.

Since there’s no saying when things get back to normal again, we need something to keep us engaged. So what better than teen drama? Here’s more on the upcoming Netflix original series.

‘Blood and Water’ Season 1: Cast, Plot Details, Release Date And Further Details You Must Have Before You Watch The Show

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The plot of the show revolves around 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo and her exploits as she engineers her transfer to Parkhurst College to investigate the case of her elder sister, who was abducted at birth.

The show is directed by the famous Oscar-winning South African director Nosipho Dumisa. The series is produced by Gambit Films, which is led by Bradley Joshua and Benjamin Overmeyer. Daryn Joshua & Travis Taute are the co-directors and writers, and Simon Beesley is the lead editor.

The cast features Ama Qamata as Khumalo, Khosi Ngema as Fikile “Fiks” Beale, Thabang Molaba as Karabo “KB” Molapo, Dillon Windvogel as wade, Natasha Thahane as Wendy Dlamini. The other cast member are Gail Malabane, Sello Maake, Arno Greef, Ryle De Morny, Getmore Sithole, Xolile Tshabalala,  Sandi Schultz Monique Rockman, and Cindy Mahlangu.

The series releases on Netflix on May 20th, 2020. We have our fingers crossed about this series. Tell us what you think about the plot of this upcoming series in the comments below.

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