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  • ‘Blood & Water’ season 3: Netflix shares first look and release date

    ‘Blood & Water’ season 3: Netflix shares first look and release date

    Netflix has released a teaser and first-look images for Blood & Water season three which launches on 25 November.


    Netflix released a first look at Blood & Water season three with some photos. Take a look…

    “As the Parkhurst heroes return and prepare for the future, the story of the missing baby unravels further leading to more burning questions, like who’s Fikile’s real father?,” reads the synopsis of the series.

    “And will Puleng bring down the curtain on the now defunct system known as Point of Grace? Relationships are also  put to the ultimate test as revelations lead to broken hearts, tested friendship and family bonds, and a quest for the truth,” reads the synopsis of the series according to Netflix.

    Key cast: 

    • Ama Qamata
    • Khosi Ngema
    • Thabang Molaba
    • Dillon Windvogel
    • Greteli Fincham
    • Arno Greeff
    • Mekaila Mathys
    • Natasha Thahane
    • Gail Mabalane
    • Sello Ka-Ncube
    • Sonia Mbele
    • Leroy Siyaf
    • Getmore Sithole
    • Zikhona Sodlaka
    • Patrick Mofokeng
    • Alzavia Abrahams
    • Katishka Kiara 
    • Odwa Gwanya

    So, who will be behind-the-scenes?

    • Created by: Nosipho Dumisa
    • Written by: Chinaka Iwunze and Nelisa Ngcobo
    • Directed by: Mmabatho Montsho
    • Executive produced by: Bradley Joshua and Benjamin Overmeyer
    • Produced by: Gambit Films 

    ALSO READ: Back to work: Natasha returns to ‘Blood & Water’ set after giving birth



    The Parkhurst crew is back after an explosive second-season finale. Secrets and mysteries continue to surround Puleng (played by Ama Qamata) and Fikile (played by Khosi Ngema), who inch closer to the truth amidst a plethora of unanswered questions. 

    Secrets and lies continue to haunt the families of Parkhurst High. Here’s what to expect: 

    • Fikile is faced with decisions no teenager should endure and the Khumalo family receive tragic news. 
    • With the squad returning and new faces at the forefront, fans can expect the usual Parkhurst ‘vaabes’ as tricky love triangles, friendship, drama and family truths unravel. 
    • Young love is fun but sometimes oh-so-complicated.
    • Puleng is faced with tough choices as she navigates her relationships with both Wade and KB. 

    All your burning questions from season two will be answered, as season three comes in hot and swinging!

    ALSO READ: Spoiler Alert: Five reasons why we need ‘Blood & Water’ season three

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