Numerous pre-released series have covered the ground around Greek and Roman mythology, now it’s time to surrender to South African roots with The brave due out on Netflix in September. Akin Omotoso (also directed the Disney film, Climb) will direct the series and propel us into a new world of powers and whatnot.
The series will feature characters speaking in their native language and this representation is what sets the show apart from other series on Netflix that revolve around the same storyline. It will be interesting to see the involvement of the vast South African tradition in the show. Here’s everything you need to know about the next show.
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The cast of the brave
Tony Kgoroge, Sthandile Nkosi, Bonko Khoza, Nomalanga Nkosi, Keke Mphuti, Gontse Ntshegang, Pheelo Kotelo, Zamani Mbatha, Lindani Nkosi and others will join the show’s active cast.
Plot / Synopsis of The Brave Ones
Netflix’s official synopsis reads:
An almighty goddess reincarnated as a young woman must harness her divine powers to avenge her sister’s death and protect her family from destruction.
Expected to have six episodes over the course of the season, The brave will address issues around the supernatural world which is divided into three realms: “the world of the living … the world of the unborn and the world of the dead” and together, the three form the “Tree of Life”.
People summon gods from all of these realms to care for their loved ones, but it all comes with a price. Alone The Brave can overcome such obstacles because, as the trailer states, “they fear nothing”. Their sole purpose is to exterminate the wrongs of the world, protect the innocent and preserve the good in the country.
Now that the brave is here, will they be able to do everything and answer all these problems? Watch the next series to find out the answer.
Release date and trailer for The Brave Ones
The Brave Ones will be released on September 16, 2022 exclusively on Netflix. Be sure to check out the upcoming South African fantasy television drama this week.
Can’t wait to see this supernatural series with South African roots? Will you be watching the show on Netflix? Let us know in the comments.
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