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“Wura” Continues: Season 2 Promises More Drama, Deceit, and Desperation

The eagerly awaited second season of the captivating Nollywood telenovela, “Wura,” is set to make its grand return on Showmax starting December 4.
November 15, 2023
5:18 pm

“Wura” Season 2 is set to grace our screens, promising an emotional rollercoaster for fans who fell in love with the first season.


Scheduled to premiere on December 4 and airing four times a week from Monday to Thursday, the latest installment dives back into the rich and complex world of Iperindo’s gold mines. Viewers are in for a rollercoaster of emotions as the intricate web of relationships and power dynamics unfolds in the gold-rich community of Iperindo, Osun state.


The teaser trailer gives us a glimpse of the brewing drama, with Fola’s plea for forgiveness taking center stage. Paulina, however, seems adamant, setting the stage for intense confrontations. Meanwhile, Kanyin’s desperation to end Wura’s reign takes a darker turn, and Wura herself holds evidence that might seal the fate of her adversaries.



The ensemble cast, featuring familiar faces and rising talents, breathes life into the characters we’ve come to love, with Scarlet Gomez reprising her role as Wura. Yomi Fash-Lanso and Carol King add depth to the series, making the fictional world of Iperindo feel all the more real.


Wura, born from the success of the South African hit, “The River,” continues to captivate audiences with its unique blend of suspense and emotion. The first season, marking Showmax’s inaugural Nigerian telenovela, garnered acclaim and even earned Scarlet Gomez a nomination for Best Actress in a Drama, Movie, or TV Series at the 2023 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) and for Acting at the 17th edition of The Future Awards Africa Awards.


Executive producer Rogers Ofime teases that Season 2 is a labor of love, promising a deep dive into character development. As the characters face tough choices and navigate through intense situations, viewers can expect a more immersive experience than ever before.



Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels at MultiChoice Nigeria, acknowledges the massive fan following of Wura, attributing its success to compelling storytelling. The upcoming season, she hints, will delve even deeper into the fascinating world of gold mining, offering more twists and turns.


The critical issue remains: Will Wura’s winning streak persist, or is justice closing in? As the premiere approaches, fans brace themselves for another round of suspenseful storytelling that has made Wura a household name.


Mark your calendars for December 4; the storm is about to hit, and you won’t want to miss it.


Check the trailer here.


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