The South African reality documentary Young, Famous & African is returning to our screens with all the glitz, glitz, and drama that its debut season gave us. These entertainers, influencers and celebrities are back in their flashy outfits.
Their outbursts in public places and flirtatious behavior in Johannesburg as they go about their daily lives and deal with the challenges life throws at them. We’ll see how Diamond Platinumz navigates his insecurities, how Zari calms the group, and the marital life and tribulations of 2Baba and his wife, Nigerian model, and influencer Annie.
If you like celebrity docuseries that chronicle the lives of the rich and famous, this is one you won’t want to miss, as it features a fresh format straight from Africa, with an incredible level of production that matches any other reality show like you’ll see on Bravo. Moreover, Young, Famous & African joins Netflix’s extensive catalog as the streaming platform continues to deliver high-end, high-quality reality shows and their regional variants worldwide.
What To Expect From Young, Famous & African 2?
Season two of Young, Famous & Africa will return all of the previous cast, and we will likely pick up where we left off. Rapper Nadia Nakai will likely be the balanced and chill aspect of the cast, while all the drama will come from Platnum and his ex-girlfriend Zari; the breakup gave everyone a lot to talk about. Can Platnumz continue, even if he does everything to keep Zari by his side?
And if that’s not enough, we’ll get to see how the rest of the cast live their lives with all the glitz and glam that is the show’s signature. If you love reality shows, then you won’t want to miss this upcoming season, as it features more of the cast, their stories, and challenges.
Who Starring Young, Famous & African?
The second season of Young, Famous & African will feature media influencer Bonang Matheba, designer Luis Munana, rapper & artist Fantana, Nigerian actress Annie Macaulay-Idibia, artist Diamond Platinumz, fashion stylist Swanky Jerry, socialite and entrepreneur Zari Hassan, musician Naked DJ, Kayleigh Schwark, Andile Ncube, South African actress Khanky Mbau, and Nigerian singer-songwriter 2Baba.
Young, Famous & African Season 2 Trailer details
We start with a slow-motion show of some of the attendees in their fanciest outfits while a voiceover tells us that things are going to get messy for these families. A large cut takes us to a group of people having dinner and screaming at the top of their lungs, showing us that season two will be—indeed—full of all the drama we enjoy from reality shows.
We’re teased with new people, and we’re treated to a cast in striking gold letters one by one, accompanied by one sentence as a presentation card. Showing us we are in for one wild ride this coming season.
Young, Famous & African Season 2 Trailer
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Young, Famous & African Season 2 Episode 2 Release Date
Seasons of Young, Famous & African will premiere globally on Netflix on May 19, 2021 at 12:00 AM Eastern Time, United States. All episodes will land simultaneously on the streaming platform, and we expect each episode to last around an hour.
Last season consisted of seven episodes, so it’s likely the second season will have many, if not a few more. In the following list, you will find release times for other regions around the world.
- US Pacific Time: 21:00 (18 May 2021)
- Australian Time:
- Sydney Time: 14:00 (19 May 2021)
- Melbourne Time: 14:00 (19 May 2021)
- Brisbane Time: 13:00 (19 May 2021)
- United Kingdom Time: 05:00 (19 May 2021)
- Singapore Time: 12:00am (19 May 2021)
- Indian Standard Time: 09:30 (19 May 2021)
- Central European Standard Time: 06:00 (19 May 2021)
- New Zealand Standard Time: 16:00 (19 May 2021)
Where to Watch Young, Famous & African?
Young, Famous & African is a reality series streaming exclusively on Netflix. As a result, you will only find them there. Netflix is the world’s leading streaming platform, hosting thousands of hours of streaming content for all ages.
You can stream Young, Famous & African as well as many other reality shows like Love Is Blind, Too Hot To Handle and their regional variants, as well as many other genres to explore if you are a fan of reality shows. Netflix costs $9.99 per month and is available globally.
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