Blood & Water is the ‘juicy’ new Netflix mystery drama people are ‘obsessing’ over
If you’re looking for something to watch this bank holiday, it should probably be this
Right now, all we can rely on is Netflix. It’s the only thing in our lives which is keeping us sane and entertained. So if you’re looking for your next watch, you’ve probably found it in Blood and Water on Netflix.
The six-part South African series is available now and is all about mystery, obsession and suspicion. People are already saying they’re hooked on it, so here’s everything you need to know about the show.
Blood and Water is all about a teen who becomes obsessed after thinking she’s found her abducted sister
Blood and Water is all about 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo. After meeting 17-year-old Fikile Bhele at a party, she begins to think she may be her long-lost sister, who was abducted at birth. Her thinking turns to obsession as she tries to connect the dots and prove her theory. She transfers to the same school as Fikile just so she can find out the truth.
The Netflix synopsis for the show says: “After crossing paths at a party, a Cape Town teen sets out to prove whether a private school swimming star is her sister who was abducted at birth.”
The show is already being called ‘juicy’, ’10/10′ and people are hooked
It’s only been out a day, but people are already backing Blood and Water as one to watch. TVGuide.com says: “The mystery will leave you hooked. A lot of teen shows are built around mysteries, but few actually do this as well as Blood & Water.” It adds that the drama is “juicy”, “stylish” and the “perfect quick binge”.
Refinery29 describes the show as “your next TV obsession” and says it is “basically Gossip Girl meets Elite meets Riverdale but in South Africa.”
The Twitter world has also had its say, reviewing the show as a “10/10”, “so good” and “a winner”.
Blood and Water on Netflix 10/10 would recommend.
— Michelle Dadzie (@MichelleDadzie) May 20, 2020
Blood and water is a winner….love these international series on netflix
— Lorielle🇻🇨 (@aries_1826) May 21, 2020
Blood and water on Netflix is so good🥺 Netflix did it’s thing
— Jonathan🌈 (@jweaverr02) May 20, 2020
Watch the trailer for Blood and Water on Netflix here:
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