- On Wednesday, over 100 000 viewers tuned in to watch the global premiere of Netflix's second African original Blood & Water
- It is the second Netflix original African series after the super lit Queen Sono
- Social media has not stopped since the show aired and fans are ready for a second season
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The Netflix original series Blood & Water has arrived and there is not a negative comment insight –it’s a total hit.
South African’s are very patriotic and will support local wholeheartedly, especially if it is good.
Briefly.co.za learnt the highly anticipated Netflix series made its debut on Wednesday with thousands of viewers tuning in to see what it was all about.
It is directed by the extremely talented Nosipho Dumisa it is the second Netflix original African series after Queen Sono.
The virtual screening was aired on the Netflix YouTube channel in over 190 countries across the world and trended at number nine – shortly after the release, it was trending in the top three spots.
With a cast comprising of Natasha Thahane, Ama Qamata, Gail Mabalane, Cindy Mahlangu, Arno Greeff, Dillion Windvogel and Khosi Ngema among others, there is no wonder the show is such a hit.
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The show revolves around the exploits of Puleng Khumalo (Qamata), an intelligent and impulsive 16-year-old with a secret no one can know. The witty, drama-packed storyline has people hooked.
Social media has been buzzing ever since the show aired with nothing but positive comments and reviews. It is safe to say that Blood & Water is an absolute winner.
Some have already finished the entire season and are crying for the second!
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