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Netflix Unveils Official Trailer for Upcoming Series, “Fatal Seduction”

Netflix Unveils Official Trailer for Upcoming Series, “Fatal Seduction”

netflix unveils official trailer

Fatal Seduction will premiere exclusively on Netflix on July 7.

By Helena Olori

Global streaming service, Netflix, has released the official trailer for Fatal Seduction, an upcoming South African raunchy, mystery thriller series, set to premiere exclusively on Netflix on July 7. Fatal Seduction follows the story of the failing marriage of Nandi and Leonard, where suspicions escalate as one spouse seeks solace in extra-marital affairs.


Filmed in Cape Town, the plot unfolds as Nandi embarks on an eventful weekend getaway from her husband with her troubled best friend, Brenda. While on the trip, she meets an alluring young man, Jacob, who ignites her sexual desires, causing her to question the truth about those closest to her. Past lies and secrets gradually surface, entangling Nandi in a web of deception where nothing is as it seems.

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The series boasts an impressive ensemble cast, with Thapelo Mokoena, best known as the presenter for the debut season of South African adaptation of the reality competition, “Fear Factor,” and Isidingo series actress, Kgomotso Christopher, playing the troubled couple, Leonard and Nandi.

Prince Grootboom takes on the role of Jacob, Nandi’s enigmatic seducer, while Nat Ramabulana portrays Vuyo, Leonard’s brother and a retired private investigator. Lunathi Mampofu stars as Brenda, Nandi’s troubled best friend, and Ngele Ramulondi plays Zinhle, the couple’s daughter. Frances Sholto Douglas appears as Zinhle’s best friend, Laura.

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Fatal Seduction, which is meant to be an adaptation of the Mexican Telenovela, Dark Desire, is a creation of the acclaimed South African writer and content manager at Netflix, Steven Pillemer. It is written by Pillemer, Sydney Dire, and Nigerian screenwriter, Dami Elebe, (Far from Home).

The 14-episodes series is a production of Ochre Moving Pictures, directed by Catherine Stewart and Johnny Barbuzano.

With a suspenseful plotline and steamy scenes, the series promises to captivate audiences with its tale of hidden secrets, forbidden desires, and dark mysteries.

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