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Blood Sisters Season 2 Netflix; When Will It Be Released

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Blood Sisters Season 2 Netflix; When Will It Be Released

Blood Sisters is a Nigerian Netflix series that has taken movie lovers in the country by storm as the movie has been highly rated by viewers and critics alike.

Blood Sisters Season 2 Netflix; When Will It Be Released

The storyline of the movie tells of Sarah (Ini Dima Okojie) and Kemi (Nancy Isime) who are best friends and are preparing for the former’s grand wedding. The groom Kola’s (Deyemi Okanlawon) aggressive tendencies towards Sarah ruin what should be a beautiful day, and when she tries to call off the wedding, her family pressures her to stay in order to support their business.

However, the happy day turns into a nightmare when Kemi sees Kola abusing her and accidently kills him while defending her buddy – all only minutes before the wedding.

The show delivers us a genuine representation of Nigerian culture while still conveying a very global story, with an irresistible blend of melodrama, dark comedy, and social satire. Women’s rights and domestic abuse are still prevalent global issues, as evidenced by this week’s headlines.

Blood Sisters Season 2 Release Date

The official release date for Nollywood Blood Sisters by Netflix Series has not yet been made public; however with the positive reviews the movie is getting, the season 2 of Blood Sisters by Netflix should be out by late 2023.

When Will Blood Sisters Netflix Be Released?

Season 2 of Blood Sisters is planned to be released in 2023 or later. Though Netflix hasn’t said so, given the film’s great reception, a second season is undoubtedly on the way.

Blood Sisters Season 2 Trailer

The official trailer for Netflix’s Blood Sisters has not yet been released by Ebonylife Productions yet. However, the trailer for the Season one version of the series can be seen below.

Blood Sisters Season 2 Netflix; When Will It Be Released

Blood Sisters By EbonyLife

Abudu, one of Africa’s most powerful media moguls, built EbonyLife, an upscale Black TV network she started in 2013, into a large media empire that has generated over 5,000 hours of original material, including “The Wedding Party,” one of Nigeria’s highest-grossing films of all time (2016).

She has a multi-title deal with Netflix, a first-look arrangement with Sony Pictures Television, and a development deal with BBC Studios. AMC, Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s Westbrook Studios, and Will Packer Productions are all working on projects with her.

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