'Young, Famous & African' Season 2: 5 things you need to know about Netflix's reality series
Season 1 had glitz, glam and a whole lot of drama -- here's what you can expect from Season 2!
If you've ever wondered how South Africa's rich and powerful party it up, then 'Young, Famous & African' is here to answer all your questions. Season 1 of the show introduced fans to a range of eclectic stars and with each of them came a barrage of drama that is sure to have you hooked. With the season ending on a bit of a cliffhanger, the question on everyone's mind is, will there be a season 2?
If you've binged your way through Season 1 of 'Young, Famous & African' and are looking for more reality shows to watch, you might want to consider -- 'Love Is Blind', 'Bling Empire' and 'Love Never Lies'.
When does 'Young, Famous & African' Season 2 release and where can you watch it
Netflix has yet to announce the renewal of 'Young, Famous & African' for Season 2. Till then, watch this space for more details.
Who stars in the 'Young, Famous & African' Season 2 series
Fans can expect to see stars Khanyi Mbau, Diamond Platinumz, rapper Nadia Nakai, Swankyjerry, Annie Macaulay-Idibia , Andile Ncube, Quinton Masina, Kayleigh Schwark and Zari Hassan in Season 2, seeing that there are still multiple storylines involving each of them.
What is 'Young, Famous & African' Season 2 all about
Season 1 ended with a whole set of unresolved issues and it looks like Season 2 might delve into them. For now, Nadia is still on the lookout for love, but seeing that she ended things with Vic, she might just rekindle her romance with Diamond Platinumz. Speaking of which, it looks like his ex, Zari and Andile are involved, and he disapproves of the relationship. There is still tension between Zari and the rest of the group over the train and Bachelorette fiasco, where they accused her of causing drama.
As per the synopsis of Season 1 -- "This glitzy reality series aka a real-life soap opera follows a group of young, affluent and famous A-list media personalities. Hailing from South Africa, Nigeria and East Africa, this aspirational who's who of music, media, fashion, and Insta stars comes together in JoBurg. All friends and connected, they are on a quest to find love, rekindle old flames, reboot struggling relationships as they continue to shine bright."
Shahir Chundra is the showrunner for Season 1 'Young, Famous & African'. Peace Hyde, Martin Asare-Amankwa, and Adelaide Joshua-Hill were the producers.
While there is no new trailer for 'Young, Famous & Africian' Season 2 just yet, you can catch up on all the drama that went down on Season 1 on Netflix instead.