If you enjoy high school dramas with a thrilling mix of crime, scheming, money, and simple adolescent exuberance, you will enjoy this book. Blood & Water, a South African teen drama series on Netflix, is the way to go.
Due to delays caused by a pandemic, the second season of the acclaimed drama was released in September 2021. Now, after more than a year, the streaming service has announced that on November 25, Puleng Khumalo (Ama Qamata) and the somewhat spoiled rich students of Parkhurst High will return to our screens.
The drama surrounding Puleng and her lost but now-found sister, Fikile Bhele aka Fiks (Khosi Ngema), has refused to go away since the announcement of one of Netflix’s most-watched original series in Africa. After Principal Nicole Daniels (Sandi Schultz) welcomes Parkhurst students back for yet another academic term, the video cuts to the reunion of the school’s “cool kids.”
“So no flaking this year,” Chris Ackerman (Aro Greeff) tells Karabo ‘KB’ Molapo (Thabang Molaba), Reece Van Rensburg (Gretel Fincham), and Fikile. “No flaking!” ” Van Rensburg responds, to which the quartet responds with laughter. That promise will undoubtedly not be kept.
Puleng introduces her cousin “Lunga” to the clique, but Chris responds in typical Ackerman fashion by being unwelcoming. Siya (Odwa Gwanya), the younger sibling of Puleng and, presumably, Fikele, appears to have gotten into trouble with a larger individual. It will be intriguing to see if Siya has a larger role than in the previous two seasons.
Fikile is now coming to terms with her situation and beginning to reconnect with her family and birth parents. Fiks learns from Thandeka Khumalo (Gail Mabalane), her birth mother, that she is a Zulu, as her adoptive father, Brian Bhele (Patrick Mofokeng), watches.
The third season of Blood & Water will debut on Netflix on November 25. Additionally, previous seasons are streamable on the platform. Observe the video below:
Blood and Water Release Date
Season 3 of Blood & Water will premiere on November 25, 2022, on Netflix.
Blood and Water season 3 cast speculation
Given the conclusion of Blood and Water season 2, we anticipate the return of the majority of the same cast:
- Puleng Khumalo as Ama Qamata
- Fikile Bhele as Khosi Ngema
- Thandeka Khumalo as Gail Mabalane
- Karabo ‘KB’ Molapo as Thabang Molaba
- Wade Daniels as Dillon Windvogel
- Chris Ackerman in the role of Arno Greeff
- Reece Van Rensburg as Gretel Fincham
- Wendy Dlamini as Natasha Thahane
- Tahira Kahn as Mekaila Mathys
- Sandi Schultz as Daniels Principal
- Chad Morgan in the role of Ryle de Morny
- Zama Bolton as Cindy Mahlangu
- Mark Tedder in place of Duane Williams
- Pauline as Katishcka Kiara
- Zayd as Alzavia Abrahams.
What is the Plot Speculation of Blood and Water Season 3?
There are spoilers ahead! After the conclusion of Season 2’s explosive finale, fans were left with many unanswered questions and some pretty intense cliffhangers. The mystery around which the entire show centered appeared to have been resolved.
However, other profound secrets were brewing beneath the surface, paving the way for the exploration of new paths in season 3.
Fans have been left wanting to learn more about both the human trafficking network and Fikile herself. The fact that Puleng and Fikile do not share the same father loomed as a major question throughout season 2. Who then is Fikile’s biological father?
The drama surrounding Puleng’s romantic life culminated in the end-of-year school dance. When Fikile catches Puleng kissing KB in the storeroom, the relationship between Puleng and Wade appears to be thrown into even greater disarray. What will happen next in the love triangle between Puleng, KB, and Wade?
During the second season, it became clear that two new characters had sinister ties to Fikile’s abduction. Samuel and, most importantly, his mother Janet appear to have a connection to the human trafficking ring and are consequently placed in witness protection at the conclusion of season 2. Uncertain whether they will return for season 3.
Finally, we are aware that filming has continued in and around Cape Town, meaning that Blood and Water will pick up where it left off.