How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding Season Two?

The series continues to steal viewers hearts

By  | Dec 22, 2020, 10:51 AM  | Thando "Thabooty" Thabethe  | Top of the

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It is beautiful to see our local content earning rave reviews from viewers because it tells the entire continent that we are capable of telling our own authentic stories in our own way and producee compelling content that can leave many mesmerized.

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Ever since  Queen Sono paved the way for several Mzansi shows on Netflix, the international streaming platform has been giving people content they signed up for and we are here for it. Now a newly added mini-series to the platform How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding has certainly brightened up December for many people and trust me, you do not want to miss out on any episode of this 3-part mini-series.

The series features a star-studded cast including the likes of Thando Thabethe, Clementine Mosimane as Dineo Sello, Yonda Thomas as Khaya Manqele, Sandile Mahlangu as Sbu Twala, Motlatsi Mafatshe as Themba Twala, Saint Seseli as Vusi Twala, Charmaine Mtinta as Valencia Twala, Rami Chuene as Aunt Grace, Trevor Gumbi as Siya Twala, Nandi Nyembe as Gogo Twala, Desmond Dube as Uncle Shadrack, Busisiwe Lurayi stars as Tumi Sello and Keketso Semoko as Aunt Moipone.

Set against the backdrop of Beauty’s Christmas Wedding, Tumi Sello, Beauty’s older, troublesome sister’s shenanigans come to life, quite literally ruining her sister’s well-thought-out wedding.

From the inappropriate ‘drunken’, Malome Shadrack, to judgemental aunties, resentful siblings, and closely guarded family secrets, the three-part series offers up hilarious tropes that families the world over can relate to.  The combined force of the ensemble cast, witty scripts, glorious Johannesburg vistas,  and gripping storylines make for a compelling Festive Season watch.

Ever since the series premiered on Netflix, it has left viewers in awe and many have been asking there will be a second season.

Another show which did well on Netflix is Kings of Joburg. Fans are crossing viewers that it gets renewed for a second season. The 6-part series delves into legacy building, fragmented family structures, treacherous brotherhoods, and the effects of crime and African masculinities on families and society at large. Loyalties will be tested, with long-held secrets threatening to shatter the fragile facade.

In this thrilling test of loyalties under the gritty, concentrated populous of the crime-ridden streets of the city of Johannesburg, the palpable action-packed -drama series, unravels a layer of dark fantasy and a sinister aspect of the African occult.

We hope these two series will be renewed for a second season.

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