Netflix Blood and Water Series Review, Plot, Story, Trailer
Netflix Blood and Water is a riveting and original African tale, mired in suspense all the way. The tale unfolds in the vicinity of Parkhurst college, wherein gifted scholars make their way in and out of the story like a dream.
The Blood and Water story took the creators on a splendid journey of local narratives in Africa, among millions, and create a drama that matches the spy drama, Queen Sono. The series was first original African tale to spin out of Netflix, and Blood and Water lurk in similar shadows of suspense as the first one.
Netflix Blood and Water Cast
- Ama Qamata plays Puleng Khumalo
- Khosi Ngema plays Fikile Bhele
- Gail Mabalane plays Thandeka Khumalo
- Thabang Molaba plays Karabo Molapo / ‘KB’
- Dillon Windvogel plays Wade Daniels
- Arno Greef plays Chris Ackerman
- Ryle De Morny plays Chad Morgan
Netflix Blood and Water Plot
The blood and water series follows Khumalo’s journey as she navigates the ordinary, and eventful world of college life to investigate the 17-year old case of her abducted elder sister. The series features Ama Qamata, a 16-year intelligent, impulsive, and proactive student on a mission to find her long-lost sister. As the story progresses, the audience will walk through a murky, and a long line of secrets, which often engulfs the life of young people.
Netflix Blood and Water Trailer
If you are trying to find your way back into the good old college life, this is perhaps the adventure you need. The tale oozes of intelligence, friendliness, and potentially catastrophic social life, which is synonymous with college. The trailer is a perfect way to dive into the character, and her story.
Netflix Orignal Blood and Water Release date
The Netflix Orignal web series Blood and Water were released on May 20, 2020.
Netflix Blood and Water Series Review
The serial released on Netflix on May 20, 2020. And, to be fair – it is a slight disappointment to the first African original. The story sometimes reeks of pent-up conversations, dialogues, and melodrama. Moreover, it fails to bring in intensity with a suspense thriller, which is often common with Netflix serials. But, don’t let our verdict stop you. Check out the trailer on Youtube to decide for yourself.
Format: Web Series
Movie Rated: 18+ (Language, Substance)
Genres: Dramas, Mystery
Digital Premiere Date: 20 May 2020