South African Netflix series Blood & Water tops US must watch chart

South African Netflix series Blood & Water tops US must watch chart

- Netflix's new South African series Blood & Water is dominating must-watch charts all over the globe

- Blood & Water is the first South African original to take the number one spot on Netflix US

- It has also taken the number one spot in countries like France, Bahamas, Jamaica and many others

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Netflix's new South African series Blood & Water is dominating! Not only is it topping boards in SA, but it is also topping boards all over the globe.

Seeing one of our very own shows make such a big impression all over the world is something that has filled our country with pride.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the Netflix Original Series Blood & Water has taken the number one spot on the top ten must watch on Netflix US – that is huge!

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.

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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.

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.

Blood & Water is the first South African original to take the number one spot on Netflix US top ten must watch series – the people of Mzansi are truly so proud!

Aside from the number one spot in the US, Blood & Water has also taken the number one spot in countries like France, Bahamas, Jamaica and many others. It is safe to say that this series is dominating globally.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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