Meet Blood And Water's S2 New Cast Members

The Parkhurst Class of 2021 are back and they’re bringing new friends!

By  | Feb 11, 2021, 05:02 PM 

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Mzansi's favorite Netflix original series Blood and Water, is set to return for a second season and avid watchers of the show are already in a frenzy.

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The brand new season will be returning with some changes including new characters who will be joining the Blood & Water cast when the series returns for a new season later this year. 

The new kids on the block joining the cast will be adding a little (extra) fire to the storyline as we will see them involved in scandalous behavior and the lives of the Parkhurst students are turned upside down. 

Joining the cast is fresh face Leroy Siyafa, who plays Sam - a new love interest mixing things up in the Parkhurst after school scene. We are certain that he will be breaking hearts off the camera, but we will have to tune in to find out if he breaks any on-screen. 

We will also get to know Reece (played by Greteli Fincham) a little better in season two and will be introduced to two of her new friends, Pauline and Zayd, played by Katishcka Chanderlal and Alzavia Abrahams. We’ll watch these three get up to no good, and have a great time doing so but the question is, will they get caught out?

And no need to worry, all your faves Khosi Ngema, Ama Qamata, Natasha Thahane, Gail Mabalane, Cindy Mahlangu, Thabang Molaba, Arno Greeff, Mekaila Mathys and Dillon Windvogel will all be coming back to join the madness.

Blood and Water tells a tale of Puleng Khumalo, who is investigating the cold case of her older sister, Fikile Bhele who was abducted at birth. Puleng believes that a Parkhurst student, Fikile, is her sister and she gets herself transferred to that school to investigate the case.

Viewers of the hit series were left disappointed when Blood and Water ended after only six episodes and the second season is set to be more interesting due to the cliffhangers season one left us with.

The series left many on the edge of their seats as it featured more drama and new faces who have taken the industry by storm.  Blood and Water received rave reviews globally as it is available for streaming in more than 200 countries across the world.

The series is currently in production and it recently got renewed for a second season leaving everyone excited.

We look forward to the second season.

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