‘Gomora’ fans and stars bid farewell as curtain falls on the show
The show has wrapped after four successful seasons.
It’s a wrap for Gomora. Picture: Supplied
“Gomoraaaa! What a triumphant four-season run! Take a moment to celebrate the award-winning telenovela by sharing some of the things/moments you’ll miss most,” the channel wrote on social.
Fans and some of the cast members have since taken to their social media platforms to celebrate the show.
Taking to Instagram, actress Thembi Seete said the show carried them from February 2020. She added: “Covid hit us. But we carried on. We managed to support our families. When it was hard, the streets were quiet. All we had was each other.
“We bonded: Crew, makeup, wardrobe, office caterers, drivers, actors, and Paradise, we became a family. I looked forward to being on set because it was full of energy, laughter, positivity, and fun, and most importantly, we were all hungry to create magic, and we did.”
‘It’s been an incredible three years of Gomora’
In a statement released in April this year, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net, Shirley Adonisi said an exciting and fresh content will replace Gomora.
Adonisi also thanked the cast and crew of the show for their incredible work: “It’s been an incredible three years since Gomora first aired on Mzansi Magic. The show has captivated audiences across the country, and we are proud to be part of its legacy. We thank the cast and crew of Gomora for their incredible work and dedication.
“We are committed to bringing the best content to our viewers, and, as such, we have to be responsive to their changing needs and preferences. This means that we have to bid farewell to beloved shows like Gomora, but we are excited to bring you new, fresh, and exciting content,” says Shirley Adonisi, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net.