- How to Ruin Christmas on Netflix has left fans begging for a second season as they loved the performance of the actors
- Thando Thabethe is part of the star-studded cast along with other big names such as Rami Chuene and Trevor Gumbi
- The Netflix series is added to the list of other Mzansi shows on the streaming platform that was received well by the public
Thando Thabethe's performance on the South African Netflix series How to Ruin Christmas has given fans the vibes and they absolutely want more. Mzansi has been put on the map on Netflix lately with series such as Blood & Water and Queen Sono making waves on the streaming site.
How to Ruin Christmas features a star-studded cast with names such as Rami Chuene, Sandile Mahlangu, Yonda Thomas and Trevor Gumbi in the cast to name a few.
Fans loved the show and took to social media to share their thoughts on the series. Many were in love with Thando Thabethe's character and were left asking questions about when they were going to be blessed with a second season.
Briefly.co.za gathered a few reactions from social media about how Mzansi citizens felt about the performances in the show:
@TunefulTV said: "Just finished watching How To Ruin Christmas - The Wedding on Netflix and it was absolutely brilliant! I laughed, I cried and was captivated the entire time! Definitely would recommend! Oh and the soundtrack was 10/10."
@shray_with_an_a commented: "How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding on Netflix is so good. When is season 2 coming?"
@AlainaLightfoot said: "If “How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding” doesn’t get a 2nd season I’ll throw something. Like, I am hooked."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nambitha Ben Mazwi celebrated her recent success of being on 3 Netflix shows. Nambitha Ben-Mazwi has taken to social media to celebrate being on three Netflix shows. The actress is part of the cast of Diamond City, How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding and Black Mirror.
The award-winning star took to Twitter recently to share that from those three shows, two are Netflix originals. She shared that Diamond City was recently licensed by Netflix SA. The drama series is now streaming in 190 countries, she revealed. Nambitha posted snaps of herself while portraying her role in Diamond City.
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