Blood Sisters is a Nigerian thriller now streaming on Netflix that is a pretty ideal bite-sized binge-watch proposition, all things considered. It also ended on a major cliffhanger, so fans of the show are no doubt going to be clamoring for news of a potential second season. Since the dreaded Netflix non-ending struck again here, are we likely to see more of this story, or will its billing as a limited series mean we’ll never get to find out what happens to Sarah and Kemi? Here’s everything we know about Blood Sisters Season 2.
Renewed or canceled status – Will there be a Blood Sisters Season 2?
As of now, Netflix hasn’t officially confirmed a second season of Blood Sisters. The first season was billed as a limited series, which would imply that it was always intended to be a one-and-done affair, but given how Netflix is presently hemorrhaging subscribers and stock value, viewership is always going to make these decisions. If Blood Sisters proves popular, which it might considering a) it’s pretty good and b) it’s very explicitly a Nigerian production steeped in that specific culture, which is always nice to see, then there’s a chance that we might see more of it.
There’s also the fact it ended on a major cliffhanger. Usually, that suggests that the storytellers have more in the tank and are looking for a justification to continue the tale.
What is Blood Sisters?
A Nigerian thriller concerning two best friends, Sarah and Kemi, who are forced to flee following the disappearance of Sarah’s wealthy and powerful fiance Kola, Blood Sisters is a pacey thriller that also delves into Nigerian culture and hefty themes like gender expectations, domestic abuse, and class disparity.
Who is in it?
- Nancy Isime as Kemi Sanya
- Kate Henshaw-Nuttal as Uduak Ademola
- Ramsey Nouah as Uncle B
- Deyemi Okanlawon as Kola Ademola
- Genoveva Umeh as Timiyen Ademola
- Gabriel Afolayan as Femi Ademola
- Kehinde Bankole as Olayinka
- Uche Jombo as Uchenna
Is there a trailer?