Blood & Water | Episode 1 | Netflix

Blood & Water | Episode 1 | Netflix

We are excited to welcome the cast and creator of Blood & Water in this special screening of the first episode to celebrate the launch of Netflix’s latest African Original!

Join in on the drama, mystery and intrigue as we meet Puleng, Fikile, Chris, Wendy, KB, Wade and the rest of the Parkhusrt College crew. Sound off in the chat with what you think and take part of the conversation as we dig into this episode!

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Blood & Water | Episode 1 | Netflix

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.

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33 Replies to “Blood & Water | Episode 1 | Netflix”

  1. Whats the name of that song when Puleng first walked into the Party with zama and the name of the song when she was walking into the school to meet wade for the first time

  2. The series is superb…I mean just finished watching season 2…BUT the sound engineer should up the game…The show's conflict is too enticing for the sound and background songs to be soo flat

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