Netflix announced in a commentary on Thursday 1 April that How To Slay Christmas: The Marriage ceremony has been renewed for a 2nd season which will seemingly be aired on the streaming platform in December 2021.
‘HOW TO RUIN CHRISTMAS: THE WEDDING’
In December 2020, Netflix South Africa introduced viewers the memoir of two dysfunctional households – the Twala’s and the Sellos in How To Slay Christmas: The Marriage ceremony, starring Thando Thabethe, Busi Lurayi, Sandile Mahlangu and Yonda Thomas.
The sequence straight away turned a fan current over the holiday length and according to the Christmas theme, it is blueprint for one other December launch this year.
How To Slay Christmas: The Marriage ceremony is produced by the sibling duo Katleho and Rethabile Ramaphakela from Burnt Onion Productions.
WHAT DID KHAYA HAVE TO TELL TUMI?
The three-allotment sequence had viewers binge-looking out at the broken-down African bridal ceremony drama. The sequence resulted in a cliffhanger, leaving audiences with the burning examine of what Khaya had to describe Tumi. Netflix announced that the examine is seemingly to be answered in the 2nd season of the Mzansi-themed Christmas sequence.
“Once we created the sequence, we no doubt didn’t mediate our days could presumably perhaps be spent fielding threatening questions, even from our possess mates and family, on when these, and other story questions will seemingly be answered,” acknowledged Katleho and Rethabile Ramaphakela in a commentary.
“Neatly, thanks to Netflix, we win to set all americans out their misery, as we win to destroy Christmas over again! That’s lawful; our current bunch of colourful characters are lend a hand for one other season of ‘How to Slay Christmas’,” they added.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEASON TWO
The fundamental season gave world viewers an interior undercover agent at a broken-down African bridal ceremony. The producers speak that they are growing a 2nd season that feels esteem going dwelling for christmas and the upcoming season will seemingly be full of more laughs and drama.
“Gearing up for one other season truthfully feels esteem getting ready to “plod dwelling” for Christmas, where you win to glimpse and favor up alongside with your current, and messy, members of the family. And no households are messier than the Sellos and the Twalas, who in the meanwhile are, plug in matrimony,” acknowledged the Ramaphakelas.
So, it goes with out asserting that you’d also honest mute set a question to more drama, laughs, tears and all-round festive season pleasure in the new season,” they added.
NETFLIX BRINGS GLOBAL AUDIENCE FOR LOCAL TALENT
The proud sibling duo also added that Netflix kept to their discover and unfolded local skill to a world viewers.
“It’s immense to know that as soon as Netflix acknowledged ‘Made by Africans, Watched by the World’ they meant it. That ethos has given us the opportunity to manufacture authentically South African characters that we can expose to and describe stories that accept as true with our realities.”
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