- Season 2 of Blood & Water will return soon with new faces
- The original cast members of the show, including Natasha Thahane and Cindy Mahlangu, will all be in the new season
- The viewers of the popular African original Netflix series said they can't wait to watch their faves
Blood & Water Season 2 is returning soon on Netflix. The African original Netflix series will be introducing new characters on the upcoming season.
The viewers of the epic show will be happy to known that original cast members of the drama series are all back for the new season. Fans can look forward to seeing their faves including Natasha Thahane, Cindy Mahlandu and Ama Qamata, among others.
Among the new faces to the most-loved show, is Leroy Siyafa. Leroy will portray the role of Sam. The character of Reece will also have more scenes in the upcoming season. Greteli Fincham plays the role of Reece. Reece will be introduced to two new friends.
Katishcka Chanderlal will star as Pauline while Alzavia Abrahams will play the new role of Zayd, reports Youth Village.
NetflixSA tweeted a video of the cast of the show on Thursday, 11 February. The clip shows the cast dancing and having fun. NetflixSA captioned the video:
"The cast of #BloodAndWater are back with some new friends to make our 2021 SO. MUCH. BETTER!"
Tweeps shared mixed reactions to NetflixSA's post. Check out some of the comments below:
"Goodness gracious. By the time this comes out, we’ll have to rewatch Season 1 because we’ve already forgotten what it was about."
"Ah all this dancing and no date???"
"OMG... Can't wait for that."
"How can they all dance so good?"
"We need more than 6 episodes this time please."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that South African actress Natasha Thahane took to Twitter to recite a poem in isiZulu and fans reacted on the timeline.
Natasha is a favourite actress in Mzansi and has been on shows such as Skeem Saam, Lockdown and Blood & Water to name a few. Natasha shared a video of herself reciting the poem on social media. She was reading the poem off of her phone whilst someone filmed her.
She then discarded her phone and spoke on her own. She had a song by Sjava playing in the background as she spoke fluently and clearly. Some fans were shocked that she was reading isiZulu so well.
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