When will 'How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding' air on Netflix? Plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the African mini-series
Here's all you need to know about 'How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding'.
Christmas is almost here, fellows. And nothing spells a good Christmas like watching some festive shows and films. While Hallmark and Lifetime have an entire slate of films lined up, Netflix, the streaming giant won't be left behind. Netflix's South African series 'How To Ruin Christmas: Wedding' will release in a couple of days, with the first three episodes. The show is about a young woman who has to join her family's Christmas celebrations and due to her reluctance, she ends up ruining her sister's wedding. How can she make things right before Christmas? Well, that remains to be seen.
The show is directed by Katleho Ramaphakela and Rethabile Ramaphakela ('Seriously Single'). The ensemble cast, witty scripts, glorious vistas and gripping storylines make for a compelling festive season watch. Executive Producer, Rethabile said: “I don’t think the African continent has seen a Christmas show quite like this before. “What makes ’How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding’ so great is the fact that every single person across Mzansi and the world can relate to at least one of the many colorful characters from the show and we’re excited to showcase our creativity on a global service like Netflix."
Here's all you need to know about the show.
'How To Ruin Christmas: Wedding' will release on Netflix on December 16.
The official synopsis reads, " When family rebel and disappointment, Tumi Sello, begrudgingly joins her dysfunctional family for the first Christmas holidays in years, it’s not the merry return of the prodigal daughter everyone was hoping for. She manages to ruin her younger sister’s Christmas wedding before it even takes place, and spends her next 6 days frantically trying to get things back on track."
Busi Lurayi plays the role of Tumi Sello, who is the protagonist. The film stars Clementine Mosimane as Dineo Sello, Yonda Thomas as Khaya Manqele, Sandile Mahlangu as Sbu Twala, Motlatsi Mafatshe as Themba Twala, Saint Seseli as Vusi Twala, Charmaine Mtinta as Valencia Twala, Rami Chuene as Aunt Grace, Trevor Gumbi as Siya Twala, Nandi Nyembe as Gogo Twala, Desmond Dube as Uncle Shadrack, Keketso Semoko as Aunt Moipone, Swankie Mafoko as Lydia Twala, Lethabo Bereng as cousin Bokang, Dippy Padi as Thando, Nambitha Ben-Mazwi as Refiloe, Kate Normington as Candice Harden and Seputla Sebogodi as Edmund Mokoena.
The show is directed by Katleho Ramaphakela and Rethabile Ramaphakela.
You can see from the trailer itself, the film promises to be a crazy rollercoaster! Tumi Sello (Busisiwe Lurayi), Beauty’s older sister's troublesome shenanigans come to life, quite literally ruining her sister’s well-thought-out wedding.
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