Blood and Water Season 3 Release Date: Netflix is Going to Release This Amazing Series Soon!
Blood & Water is a South African teen crime drama show made by Gambit Films for Netflix. Ama Qamata, Khosi Ngema, and Gail Mabalane play the main characters. The series takes place in Cape Town and is about a girl who transfers to an elite school because she thinks one of the students might be her sister, who was taken away when she was a baby.
The first season, which has six episodes, came out on Netflix on May 20, 2020. Netflix renewed the show for a second season in June 2020. The second season came out on September 24, 2021. In April 2022, it was said that a third season would start on November 25, 2022.
The show won the South African Film and Television Award for Best TV Drama in 2021. It also won awards for cinematography and sound design.
What is Blood & Water All About
The show is about Puleng (Ama Qamata), a high school student whose younger sister Phume was taken by a human trafficking ring soon after she was born. On Phume’s birthday, Puleng was invited to a party by Fikile Bhele (Khosi Ngema), a popular athlete who went to Parkhurst College, a prestigious school in Cape Town. Wade (Dillon Windvogel), a new friend, points out how much they look alike, and Puleng starts to think that Fikile is really Phone.
She has always lived in her sister’s shadow, so she decides to find out what’s going on. She moves to the top school to find out what’s going on. As Puleng works on the puzzle, she learns that her friends and family have more secrets than just the one about her sister.
What is the Storyline of Blood & Water Season 3?
According to News 24, Netflix released a press release with a season summary. The streaming behemoth promised that Puleng and Fikile “inch closer to the truth amid a wealth of unsolved concerns” and said, “After an explosive second season conclusion, the Parkhurst faves are back for yet another school year where new tensions and dramas erupt.” Sounds fairly crazy, to be honest!
The Season 3 premiere date is revealed in a teaser video that was also shared by the streamer. Does the one-minute video portray the adored group getting into a lot of mayhem, including parties, arrests, and a dead body? It has the tagline “same pals, fresh blood, new waters.”
Cast of Blood & Water Season 3
The season 2 conclusion jeopardized Sam’s (Leroy Siyafa) and his mother Janet’s (Zikhona Sodlaka) potential return for additional episodes in season 3. Here are all the actors you may anticipate seeing in season 3 according to IMDb:
- Gail Mabalane as Thandeka Khumalo
- Sello Ka-Ncube as Matla Molapo
- Sonia Mbele as Lisbeth Molapo
- Leroy Siyaf as Sam Nkosana
- Getmore Sithole as Julius Khumalo
- Zikhona Sodlaka as Janet Nkosana
- Patrick Mofokeng as Brian Bhele
- Alzavia Abrahams as Zayd
- Katishka Kiara as Pauline
- Odwa Gwanya as Siya Khumalo
- Ama Qamata as Puleng Khumalo
- Khosi Ngema as Fikile Bhele
- Thabang Molaba as Karabo “KB” Molapo
- Dillon Windvogel as Wade Daniels
- Greteli Fincham as Reece van Rensberg
Release Date of Blood and Water Season 3
Blood & Water: There Is No Escape From The Truth, the title of the upcoming new season was teased by the streaming giant on October 26. The short video gave fans a taste of what to expect from the new episodes and also told them when season 3 would come out and its scary tagline: “Same friends, new blood, and deeper waters.”
The video showed that the third season of Blood and Water will be back on Netflix on November 25, 2022, at 12:00 a.m. PT / 3:00 a.m. ET. Netflix released a teaser for the upcoming season to commemorate the introduction of one of its most popular original programs in Africa, and the drama involving Puleng and her sister Fikile Bhele nicknamed Fiks (Khosi Ngema), who was previously missing but has since been discovered, has persisted.
Trailer of Blood & Water Season 3
Given that we don’t yet have a release date, as you might have suspected, we also don’t have a Blood and Water season 3 trailer. We are aware that the season 1 and season 2 trailers debuted just days before the first episode.
That being said, we’ll predict a trailer releasing much closer to the time of real release date news, and when it does, we’ll make sure to post it here. Currently, you can view the season 2 trailer here:
In February 2019, it was announced that Netflix had bought a new teen drama from Gambit Films, directed by Nosipho Dumisa and written by Daryne Joshua and Travis Taute. This was their second original South African production after Queen Sono. Bradley Joshua and Benjamin Overmeyer would make the music.
Netflix picked up the show for a second season in June 2020. For the second season, the room for the writers was made bigger, and Theta Peele was added to the team of people who direct. On April 6, 2022, it came out that the show’s third season was being made.
When filming for the first season started, it was said that Ama Qamata, Khosi Ngema, Thabang Molaba, Dillon Windvogel, and Natasha Thahane would be in the cast. Gail Mabalane, Sello Maake, Arno Greeff, Ryle De Morny, Get more Sithole, Xolile Tshabalala, Monique Rockman, and Cindy Mahlangu would also be in it. Qamata worked on Gomora, which put her in touch with the casting director.