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So I watched Blood & Water and was pleasantly surprised about the outcome

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Netflix ‘s hot new show Blood & Water (shining the light bright on a stellar cast of African Actors) is all the rage online these days. Starring people like Thabang Molaba — the series follows Puleng a young woman who finds herslef in the midst of a grim situation when she discovers that ther sister may be alive after all.

Blood & Water

“Blood & Water”



Puleng quickly finds herself at a new school in the midst of your typical drama you’s find at high school. At times — it’s this particular where the show gets sort of dry and expected but at times manages to maintain its interesting-factor mostly considering the intrigue surrounding the very real idea that her father is quite the liar.

Puleng (Ama Qamata) is equally intriguing as she is convincing as a young woman set out on a wild journey to find her sister amid local claims that her father may have trafficked her when they were younger. But a wrench and a plot twist later, Puleng disastrously learns that the truth may have been in front of her all along.

Engagingly centred around the lives of otherwise young; handsome and pretty, and deliciously smart students at Parkhurst College —- the show gives a certain strong resemblance to that of many of America’s most notoriously juicy millennial oriented shows.

At times facile, Blood & Water shines a much needed light on Africa and some of its brightest news stars. While a bit slow and tedious getting to the juicy parts, its African twist on the otherwise American Beverly Hills 90210



Totally give it a stellar recommendation. Although featuring mostly young people, it’s an excellent adventure through a young culture that otherwise has never really gotten the exposure they rightfully deserve.

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Loves coffee; cute animals, and the world around us. I serve as the Editor-in-Chief and the President of the companies in which own Bazaar Daily News. Follow me on Twitter @HaleemKhane for more amusing updates. *I do not discuss my own political views for obvious reasons*

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