Viewers of Mzansi Magic’s hit series Umkhokha are tormenting producer Mandla kaNoZulu and are demanding a second season.
KaNoZulu has revealed that fans of the hit series are even calling him season two.
MANDLA KANOZULU: ‘STOP CALLING ME SEASON TWO’
Playwright Mandla kaNoZulu of the hit Mzansi Magic series – Umkhokha has shared that fans of the show are demanding are the second season.
Umkhokha viewers were obsessed with the popular faith-based series that ended unexpectedly and were given the impression that it would return because there are storylines that haven’t been covered.
The producer posted on his Facebook that he can’t go anywhere without people shouting, “season two”.
“I’ve just learned with shock that I’m now called season two.”
“Even people who see me at the mall shout ‘season two’ we appreciate the love but my name is kaNoZulu.”
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‘UMKHOKHA’ VIEWERS REACT
Fans were devasted when the show ended and are still begging for more drama.
They’re hopeful that the show will return as there are storylines that haven’t been covered.
“Umkhokha was just goated. Simply one of the best dramas South Africa has produced.”
“This series was. I heard about it from @DrMom_Cooks and watched it. Then I was hooked.”
“Oh I loved loved loved it!!! Hope it is coming back for Season two.”
“When I watch TV shows like #umkhokha, perhaps Isibaya during its time and a few others.”
“I can’t help think about a movement, an education, and a much bigger conversation they would create if they were on SABC 1.”
“At the beginning of #umkhokha, it seemed many that tweeted didn’t know what Umkhokha is.”
“How a corpse of someone who died through suicide is to be treated in Zulu norms.”
“Television is also supposed to educate about what we would have forgotten.”
“That’s where Umkhokha was great.”
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