- Mzansi actress Thando Thabethe is set to star in a new investigative drama series called Reyka
- The actress has been booked and busy, filming a series of shows and making serious waves in her acting career
- South African television fans are excited about Thando's return to their screens and congratulated her
After the success of How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding, Thando Thabethe is set to star in a new television series. This is according to entertainment blogger and commentator Phil Mphela. Thando has been showing no mercy ever since she started her acting career.
The series that the actress is going to be starring in is called Reyka. It is an eight-part investigative crime drama.
The production is going to be done by both South African and UK companies. The series is going to be filmed in Mzansi and it is going to be airing in July 2021 on M-Net.
Mzansi television fans reacted to the news on Twitter and many are excited to be seeing her on their screens again.
South Africa has been loving Thando's work and took to the comments to congratulate her and compliment her on the hard work she's been doing:
"Best actress, I love those big eyes when she cries with no makeup. Wow, such art!"
"Now this is an actor. I love her work."
"Since leaving 5FM her doors are opening wider and wider! Congrats to her."
"I have been craving an investigative drama. Can't wait to watch."
"Congratulations to her. She is one of the best actresses I know!"
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Skeem Saam actress Innocent Sadiki bagged a new reality TV show.
The Skeem Saam actress will star in a new show called Pastors' Wives on DStv's new channel called HONEY. Innocent, who plays the role of Sthoko Seakamela on Skeem Saam, took to social media recently to share the good news with her followers.
The star wrote on Instagram on Sunday, 7 February:
"If they didn’t know, now they know. Meet the #Pastors’wives. Coming to your screens this February."
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Source: Briefly News