Gomora is Coming To Mzansi Wethu


No doubt Gomora is one of the most-watched drama series in Mzansi. The hit soapie has made all sorts of headlines with its interesting storyline that is covered with drama and excitements. However, the sad part is the fact that many followers of the show could not access it because it is aired on a much expensive package on DStv.

However, in the wake of that, the showrunners have given Mzansi some hope and good news to look up for. Yes, Mzansi’s favourite series Gomora has announced its official move to Mzansi Wethu. This movement has given those viewers that did not get to watch the first few episodes of season 1 to get the opportunity to.

The news was announced by entertainment commentator Kgopolo “Phil” Mphela on Twitter. This is particularly good news for those viewers that do not watch the show on 161 because their DSTV package is not allowing the.


Even though they will be behind with the current happenings of the show, they will definitely be part of the drama.

However, it was recently reported that Mzansi Magic approves Gomora for season 2.  Last year Gomora won big and the Mzansi Magic hit telenovela seems not to hold back. Well, the drama series has seen itself trending after it was given a green light for season 2 airing. No doubt the drama series deserves it after wowing Mzansi with its season 1.

Of late several drama series have seen their airing days reduced and some even canned due to poor performance. Late last year Mzansi Magic confirmed that it had axed Isibaya after failing to hit a mark when it comes to viewership. It is in the same vein Muvhango and 7d  Laan saw their airing days being reduced.

Well, when Gomora came onto the scene, fans were excited about what the new telenovela would bring. Now that the first season is coming to an end, Mzansi has been wondering if they’ll get the chance to see Season 2 and that wish is coming true for the producers. Gomora has been renewed. The news of its season 2 has seen the drama series trending. The showrunners took it to social media to announce the money move.