Since the first episode of Blood Sisters came out on Netflix a little over two weeks ago, most people have already seen all four parts. Now everyone wants to know if there will be a second season of Blood Sisters. Read on to find out what we know about a possible second season.
Blood Sisters was the first Nigerian show ever to be made by Netflix. Temidayo Makanjuola made a show about two best friends named Sarah and Kemi who have to run away when Sarah’s fiancé, Kola, goes missing at their engagement party.
As people try to figure out what happened to Kola and who killed him, dark secrets about Kola and his family start to come out. Nancy Isime, Ini Dima-Okojie, Kate Henshaw, Wale Ojo, Deyemi Okanlawon, Gabriel Afolayan, Kehinde Bankole, and many more people are in the cast of Blood Sisters.
It was made by Ebonylife TV and Netflix, and Biyi Bandele and Kenneth Gyang were the people in charge. The first season wasn’t very long, but it was worth watching. If there was a second season of Blood Sisters, would there be more episodes of the thriller show? What we know is as follows.
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The possible release date for Blood Sisters season 2:
Netflix says that this is one of those “Limited Series,” and there has been no official word about when season 2 will come out. But since the show is getting so popular so quickly, it’s only a matter of time before Netflix gets Blood Sisters Season 2 out as soon as possible.
If you’ve already seen the series, let’s just wait a few more days, and then the official release will happen. Soon, Netflix will announce all the new information about the next season of Blood Sisters. Since season one came out on May 5, 2022, we would expect season two to come out in late spring 2023.
Who is in the Blood Sisters cast?
In the show, Nancy Isime plays Kemi, Ini Dima-Okojie plays Sarah, Deyemi Okanlawon plays Kola, Gabriel Afolayan plays Femi, Ramsey Noah plays Uncle B, Kate Henshaw plays Uduak, Kehinde Bankole plays Yinka, Uche Jombo plays Sarah’s mother, Wale Ojo plays Inspector Joe, Toke Makinwa plays Abby, Genoveva Umeh plays Timey It was led by Biyi Bandele and Kenneth Gyang.
Blood Sisters season 2 storyline:
At the end of the series, Sarah and Kemi were bloody and bruised, but they were still alive. In a sequel, they will likely try to get their lives back on track, especially Sarah.
The loss of her ex-boyfriend and possibly true love, Kenny, and the fallout from Kola’s death are likely to be hard on her. Since they killed a man, even if he was a sadistic waste of space, it’s likely that the show could pick up after they’ve spent some time in jail.
Timiyen may have let her brother’s fiancee and his best killer friend live, but we don’t know if her kindness will last into the second season. Timiyen has trouble with addiction, so when he relapses, he often acts irrationally. If she does fall off the wagon again, we don’t know what will happen.
At the end of season one, there was a shocking cliffhanger. Timiyen threatened to kill Uduak Ademola after she found out that her mother had killed her father. Uduak’s life was in danger.
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If Timiyen did change her mind, her cold-hearted mother probably wouldn’t have felt the same way. After years of mistreating and ignoring her daughter, she and her daughter now have a tense and unhealthy relationship.
It’s unlikely that Timiyen putting a gun to her head would have made her change her mind, and Uduak’s desire for revenge makes us think she would make sure Timiyen went to jail.
But Blood Sisters likes drama, so in an unlikely turn of events, the two women might work together to get revenge on Kola by killing Sarah and Kemi. Timiyen will have to find a way to stay out of jail for killing her other brother Femi, who was Uduak’s oldest and most hated son, and his wife, Olayinka.
No matter how the story goes from here, we can be sure that it will stay true to its West African roots. In an interview with Variety, Mo Abudu, who is the show’s executive producer, said: “We want our stories to be as real and local as possible so that they are interesting to people in the area, but also to people all over the world.
“The stories are going to be great, but they won’t be set in London. That doesn’t mean we won’t tell stories set in London, though, because we are global citizens who travel. There are Nigerians and Africans everywhere in the world.”
When will the trailer for Season 2 come out?
Since there has been no promise of a second season, it is hard to say. If they start making it, the trailer should come out in 2023.
So far, that’s all we know. Stream Blood Sisters on Netflix if you haven’t seen it yet.
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