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How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding Brightens Up December!

How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding Brightens Up December!

Polish your wedding step moves and get ready to sing along to, “Makoti, ke di nako!” and other traditional wedding songs as you immerse yourself into Netflix’s hit series How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding today!

The star-studded series premiered on the international streaming service today and it is currently trending at number 2 on Twitter. It is no secret that South Africans love a good Dezemba bash and if this series anything to go by, we are in for a festive treat! From the hilarious Ramaphakela Siblings of Burnt Onion Productions, one can expect colorful, relatable family drama, laugh-a-minute punch lines, and of course, a whole lot of romance.

The 3-part mini-series features an entirely South African cast, namely Thando Thabethe Clementine Mosimane as Dineo Sello, Yonda Thomas as Khaya Manqele, Sandile Mahlangu as Sbu Twala, Motlatsi Mafatshe as Themba Twala, Saint Seseli as Vusi Twala, Charmaine Mtinta as Valencia Twala, Rami Chuene as Aunt Grace, Trevor Gumbi as Siya Twala, Nandi Nyembe as Gogo Twala, Desmond Dube as Uncle Shadrack, Busisiwe Lurayi stars as Tumi Sello and Keketso Semoko as Aunt Moipone.

Set against the backdrop of Beauty’s Christmas Wedding, Tumi Sello, Beauty’s older, troublesome sister’s shenanigans come to life, quite literally ruining her sister’s well-thought-out wedding.

From the inappropriate ‘drunkle’, Malome Shadrack, to judgemental aunties, resentful siblings and closely guarded family secrets, the three-part series offers up hilarious tropes that families the world over can relate to. The combined force of the ensemble cast, witty scripts, glorious Johannesburg vistas, and gripping storylines make for a compelling Festive Season watch.

Speaking about what viewers can look forward to from the series Thando Thabethe who plays a lead role said, “The script is authentic I think you will watch the series and identify yourself or one of your family members with one of the characters and I think it also fits the incredible spirit of Christmas that we as South Africans have. You will be able to identify that sense of family.”

Sandile said the reason he said yes to this production was because of the authentic storyline and the series streaming in several countries.

“This is Netflix and we are talking about 190 countries watching and initially, that was the first thing that came to my mind to say I’m going to say yes. Also going deeper Burnt Onion released a beautiful script even when you go into production you can read and be like it is relatable. It really unpacks a lot of familiar stereotypes everybody sees especially South Africans, they going to identify them and say they relate to this show.”

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