CEO Of EbonyLife, Mo Abudu, Releases Trailer For Netflix Film, Blood Sisters | Dailytrust

CEO Of EbonyLife, Mo Abudu, Releases Trailer For Netflix Film, Blood Sisters


The CEO of EbonyLife Media, Mo Abudu, and Netflix, has put out the trailer for ‘Blood Sisters’, her much-awaited original series.

The filmmaker in a statement on Thursday announced that the project will be launched globally on May 5, 2022.

The statement reads: “Today, Netflix and EbonyLife Studios announce our pulsating limited series that will launch globally and exclusively on Netflix on May 5, 2022.”

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“This is officially Netflix’s first Nigerian original series as per the press release issued by Netflix today.”

“Blood Sisters is a crime thriller, which is a new genre for us, so the prospect was challenging but very exciting! It was also a particularly unique and intense experience as we shot during the pandemic, but we remained committed to the vision we share with Netflix – to tell authentic and exciting African stories with superb production values.”

“Blood Sisters,” tells the story of two friends – Sarah and Kemi. Sarah is engaged to her dream man, Kola. However, their seemingly idyllic union has a dark side and despite Kemi’s vocal misgivings, Sarah is determined to press on with the wedding. What follows is a heart-stopping series of catastrophic events.

The Movie “Blood Sisters” features screen veterans and industry pioneers Ramsey Nouah, Kate Henshaw, Uche Jombo, Segun Arinze, and Joke Silva as well as film superstars Nancy Isime, Ini Dima-Okojie, Deyemi Okanlawon, Wale Ojo, Gabriel Afolayan, Kehinde Bankole, Daniel Etim Effiong, Keppy Ekpenyong-Bassey, Maurice Sam, Ibrahim Suleiman, Toke Makinwa, and Okey Uzoeshi.

The four-part crime thriller was directed by Biyi Bandele and Kenneth Gyang.





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