Netflix’s ‘Young, Famous & African’ gets greenlit for a second season

The critically acclaimed streaming reality-series Young, Famous and African has just been renewed for a second season! On Tuesday, August 2, Netflix hosted a “See What’s Next Africa” content showcase in Lagos, Nigeria, to spotlight its increased investment in Africa’s rich storytelling history. At the event, the streaming platform revealed some juicy details and a sneak peek of its coming shows for the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023.

Among the exciting news of Young,
Famous and African getting a second season, highly acclaimed South-African teen crime-drama series “Blood & Water” has been renewed for a third season. “How to Ruin Christmas” has been renewed for a third season.

Netflix also confirmed that “Young Famous and African,” will begin production shortly and will feature a new cast of African celebrities.

There are many reasons to like these series, so if you haven’t seen them yet, we recommend you do so soon. Check out Netflix’s Young, Famous and African here.

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