It’s a bro­mance

Love and broth­er­hood col­lide in new drama show Bone Of My Bones.

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Bone Of My Bones Sea­son 1 Wed­nes­days (from 1 March) SABC2 (*192) 21:30

Four child­hood friends strug­gle to bal­ance ro­mance and work in Bone Of My Bones (2017- cur­rent). The show is set and shot in the town­ship of Mamelodi, east of Pre­to­ria and pro­ducer Zipho­zonke Ma­jola ex­plains that “it’s a love story from a guy’s per­spec­tive. The pals are in dif­fer­ent stages in their love lives, but this show doesn’t of­fer so­lu­tions – it merely con­nects their is­sues with real life”. Bone Of My Bones fol­lows the char­ac­ters and how they deal with the pres­sures to fit in and their de­sire to also “find the one”. “Their loy­alty to each other binds them. Just like women, they gos­sip, cry and want to feel loved,” chuck­les Zipho­zonke.

BAG OF BONES

Kgotso (Solomon Se­both­oma) is the voice of rea­son in the friend­ship cir­cle. He’s newly elected as the leader at his church and the se­ries starts with him mar­ry­ing his fi­ancée Kei­tumetse (Gontse Nt­shep­ang). “But it’s a dis­as­ter from the start,” ex­plains Solomon. “Keitu’s ex-boyfriend and baby­daddy Thabiso (Bat­sile Ram­sodi) shows up at the wed­ding and tries to ruin their mar­riage.” Karabo (Aubrey Poo, Gabriel on Isidingo, see more on p24) is Keitu’s older brother. He’s a hap­pily mar­ried me­chanic whose dreams of be­com­ing a mu­si­cian are tak­ing shape at long last, but he quickly gets trapped in the world of fame and for­tune. Neo (Kgaugelo Mo­so­mane) is Pre­to­ria’s most el­i­gi­ble bach­e­lor and well-known soc­cer star. He lives a reck­less life and bat­tles his mommy is­sues, which is part of the rea­son he hasn’t set­tled down. Mokau (Ka­belo Moalusi) is an ac­coun­tant and fam­ily man. His only goal in life is to be the best dad he can to his six-year-old daugh­ter and a de­voted boyfriend to his baby­mama.

Kgotso and his fi­ancée Kei­tumetse are in for a shock.

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