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‘Kings of Jo’burg’ Season 2: Synopsis, Release Date, More

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Kings of Jo’burg Season 2 includes both criminal and suspenseful stories. And if you are interested in knowing more about the new season, look no further. The following information explains everything you need to know about Kings of Jo’burg Season 2 – the release date, plot, and other details.

Kings of Jo’burg Season 2 Release Date

The show makers have confirmed that the new season of Kings of Joburg will launch on Friday, January 27, 2023, at midnight, the same premiere time as other original films and shows on Netflix. Viewers can turn on notifications in their settings to stay informed of when new content arrives on the streaming service. Meanwhile, this was confirmed by Netflix’s official Twitter handle with a date announcement and caption – “In a city where the stakes are high, what does it take to be king?

Kings of Jo’burg Season 2 Plot

Netflix’s official synopsis for season two continues to tell a tense tale of criminal rivalry and family secrets. With the trailer, it is clear that time is not on the Masire brothers’ side – something serious is looming over them, and there’s very little room for mistakes. In a scene where they are seen digging a grave in a deserted place under the starry night sky, their threatening conversations intensify this atmosphere of dread.

The primary star cast of the show is retained for the second season as well. Some of them are Sello Sebotsane stars as Stan Mazibuko, Connie Ferguson stars as Masire Mermaid, Tk Sebothoma stars as Tlotlo Masire,  and Zolisa Xaluva stars as Mogomotsi’  Mo’ Masire.

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