Netflix has announced that Season 2 of Blood & Water will premiere on the 24 September 2021. . . Season 2 is highly anticipated, especially with how viewers enjoyed season 1, and of course how it ended.
The second season promises riveting drama we all fell in love with, alliances that we won’t see coming, and twists and turns and we will be right here for all of it. The trailer for Blood and Water Season 2 makes one want to not miss any of the action, and of course, it’s going to kick off where we left off from last season. All the questions that we couldn’t get answers to last season, will surely be answered this season.
Viewers can get excited and prepared for an exciting season, filled with drama and suspense. And of course, the hookups, breakups, crime and secrets. Also . . . there are new characters that will be introduced to Season 2, that will surely add to the drama and the twists.
The trailer for Blood and Water Season 2:
Parkhurst High returns with a rocky start between Puleng and Fikile following the revelation of the DNA results. The drama ensures to test old alliances and forging new and unlikely friendships. A new school therapist joins the staff, and a new hunk, Sam, joins the Parkhurst gang, with both bringing a few secrets of their own… One thing that we can all be sure of is nothing is ever as it seems and nobody will be left unscathed by the truth.– Netflix’s official synopsis for Blood & Water, season two
Khosi Ngema, Ama Qamata, Natasha Thahane, Gail Mabalane, Cindy Mahlangu, Thabang Molaba, Arno Greeff, Mekaila Mathys and Dillon Windvogel will all be coming back for the second season.
Season 2 also stars:
Sello Maake ka Ncube (Matla Molapo)
Xolile Tshabalala (Nwabisa Bele)
Getmore Sithole (Julius Khumalo)
Odwa Gwanya (Siya Khumalo)
Sandi Schultz (Principal Daniels)
Patrick Mofokeng (Brian Bhele)
Zikhona Sodlaka (Janet Nkosana)
Sonia Mbele (Lisbeth Molapo)
Duane Williams (Mark Tedder)
Khathishka Chanderlal (Pauline)
So 24 September is D-Day . . . we know that Blood and Water never disappoints, so we will definitely be glued to our screens.