'Blood & Water' Season 3 Full Trailer Teases What May Be The Netflix YA Drama's Darkest Season
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'Blood & Water' Season 3 Full Trailer Teases What May Be The Netflix YA Drama's Darkest Season

After dropping the first teaser trailer, the full trailer for Blood & Water season 3 is out and it teases what may be “the darkest season” of the show yet.

Netflix states in part, “Lines are crossed and questionable choices are made as our favorite sisters Puleng & Fikile uncover deeper secrets that leave them questioning everything they thought they knew. Tragedies will shake families, horrific uncoverings will leave you silent and heroic actions amongst our beloved teens may bring some clarity to the truth.”

The season premieres Nov. 25 on Netflix.

Season 3’s cast includes Ama Qamata, Khosi Ngema, Thabang Molaba, Dillon Windvogel, Greteli Fincham, Arno Greeff, Mekaila Mathys, Natasha Thahane, Gail Mabalane, Sello Ka-Ncube, Sonia Mbele, Leroy Siyaf, Getmore Sithole, Zikhona Sodlaka, Patrick Mofokeng, Alzavia Abrahams, Katishka Kiara and Odwa Gwanya.

Here's the season 3 synopsis:

As the Parkhurst heroes return and prepare for the future, the story of the missing baby unravels further leading to more burning questions, like who’s Fikile’s real father? And will Puleng bring down the curtain on the now defunct system known as Point of Grace? Relationships are also  put to the ultimate test as revelations lead to broken hearts, tested friendship and family bonds, and a quest for the truth.

Created by Nosipho Dumisa, the season is written by Chinaka Iwunze and Nelisa Ngcobo and directed by Mmabatho Montsho.

Executive produced by Bradley Joshua and Benjamin Overmeyer, the show is produced by Gambit Films.

Watch the trailer below:

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