On December 10, 2021, “How To Ruin Christmas: The Funeral” (the second season of “How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding”) will premiere
The plot revolves around the celebration of first wedding anniversary of Beauty and Sbu’s, and as parents Lydia and Themba’s first Christmas. The family’s first Christmas without Gogo Twala (their matriarch), who unfortunately passes away.
The heartbroken family after the death of the matriarch of the family takes us all the way to KwaZulu-Natal on Christmas Day to prepare Gogo Twala’s funeral, which presents its own set of issues as the chief mourners converge on town to guarantee a seamless service and ‘after tears’ reception.
This season delves further into the inner workings of the spouses and families as the story unfolds, revealing more about the lively Gogo Twala, who, of course, has her own secrets (would we expect anything less?).
All of your Christmas favourites return in “How To Ruin Christmas: The Funeral,” along with a new addition to the cast.
The four-episode series was created by Rethabile Ramaphakela and Katleho Ramaphakela and executive produced by Katleho Ramaphakela, Tshepo Ramaphakela, and Rethabile Ramaphakela, with Netflix and Burnt Onion Productions.
Thando Thabethe, Clementine Mosimane, Yonda Thomas, Sandile Mahlangu, MotlatsiMafatshe, Saint Seseli, Charmaine Mtinta, Rami Chuene, Trevor Gumbi, Nandi Nyembe, Desmond Dube, Kate Normington, SeputlaSebogodi, and KeketsoSemoko feature in the South African Romcom.
Will the show be available on Amazon Prime?
No, the series is not going to release on Prime Video. “Manifest” and “World Beyond” are some of the best series from the platform.
Will the show be available on Hulu?
The show is not going release on Hulu. It’s difficult to keep track of everything that’s available on a variety of platforms these days: from traditional broadcast and cable to premium networks and a plethora of streaming options, figuring out where to discover the best TV and movies may be a near-impossible effort. But don’t worry, we’re here to assist you!
We’ve assembled a list of our favourite shows available on Hulu, from new masterpieces to old favourites, and everything in between, for those who have already joined (or are considering it).
We’ll also be upgrading the ranking as the library evolves and new original shows appear that prove to be among the greatest on television. “Vikings” and “Harlots” are some of the best shows on Hulu.
Will the series be available on Netflix?
The series will be releasing on Netflix on December 10, 2021. Netflix plans are:
Netflix Mobile Plan
Netflix Mobile costs Rs 199 per month. It’s for smartphone users who enjoy watching TV series and movies. This Netflix subscription costs Rs 2,388 per year. This Netflix package includes standard definition video, one active screen at a time, and single-device downloads. This implies that you can use the Netflix Mobile plan to log in on multiple cellphones, but not on smart TVs, laptops, or other devices.
Basic Netflix subscription
Aside from the Mobile plan, Netflix provides a ‘Basic’ plan for Rs 499 per month or Rs 5,988 for a year. The plan offers many of the same features as Netflix Mobile, with the added benefit of being able to watch content on multiple devices, such as laptops and smart televisions. One device will be limited to the number of active screens and downloads.
The Netflix Premium subscription package
The most expensive Netflix option is called ‘Premium,’ and it costs Rs 799 per month. The package is ideal for a family of four or a group of friends wishing to purchase a Netflix subscription at the same time. Content in FHD and Ultra HD is available with the subscription. You may now watch and download TV shows and movies simultaneously on up to four devices.
How to watch the show for free?
Even if it used to be the case, Netflix no longer offers a free trial to new members. To try out the catalogue and the experience, you will need to pay the subscription fee. To take advantage of the free trial, you must, of course, disclose your financial information. Because this is a subscription plan rather than a free trial, you can cancel the subscription after the first month if you don’t like the material.