Netflix and EbonyLife Studios have announced that the blockbuster series ‘Blood Sisters’ will be available on the streaming service on May 5.
Netflix and EbonyLife Studios have announced the cast of “Blood Sisters,” Netflix’s first original Nigerian series, which will premiere in 2021.
Mo Abudu founded EbonyLife Studios, which produced the series.
The four-part crime thriller, explores themes such as intra-family relationships, physical and drug addiction.
Others are love, devotion, and relationships, as well as the test of friendships in difficult circumstances.
Mo Abudu announced the start of the thrilling series on Instagram to fans and lovers.
The filmmaker also took advantage of the opportunity to thank the crew for their hard work and professionalism.
Also with regards to the release of the movie, Mo Abudu thanks all involved in a post she shared on instagram on 8th April.
See tweet below;
The trailer of the movie starring: Ini Dima-Okojie, Nancy Isime, Kate Henshaw-Nuttal was released succesfully earlier today.
Here is a brief exposé into the movie:
Sarah, who is engaged to her dream man, Kola, is the protagonist of the series.
The man turns out to be physically abusive and possessive.
Despite Kemi’s vocal reservations, Sarah is adamant about going ahead with the wedding.
Tragic events occur on the day of the traditional wedding, and Kemi accidentally kills Kola.
They attempted to cover it up by triggering a chain of catastrophic events.