Popular Mzansi Magic Series Comes To Come To An End. Since Gomora’s debut in 2020, the series has received acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Its official broadcast channel, Mzansi Magic has announced some sad news: the series will be coming to an end in its fourth season.
In a press release statement on Mzansi Magic’s website, the official broadcaster of the telenovela announced that avid viewers should expect to watch the beloved show for the last time in October.
“After gripping viewers with compelling and emotionally resonant plots, M-Net would like to announce it will bid farewell to its beloved telenovela, Mzansi Magic’s Gomora. The series reaches its conclusion in October 2023 as M-Net strives to keep abreast of changing consumer viewership preferences,” the statement reads.
“The show, which broke viewership records just a month after it premiered on the channel almost three years ago, will air its final season to conclude its storylines – with Gomora season 4 premiering on 24 April at 19:30 and its final episode on 20 October 2023,” concluded the statement.
The show’s executive producer, Leanne Khumalo also stated that she is aware that the plot of the telenovela was quite impressive to some of its audiences. Further adding that she is quite certain that even after its short run she was more than confident that its storyline would be etched in the memories of its viewers forever.
“‘Gomora’ has always been a show that transcended the screen. These characters and stories will live in the hearts and homes of many people for years to come. [It is] a truly memorable show which we will look back on with a sense of fulfilment, knowing we brought light to these important stories,” Khumalo said.
Per Mzansi Magic’s sequence of events on Gomora, in the fourth and final season, fans of the telenovela can expect intense action and an emotional rollercoaster. The young people of Gomora spiral out of control, from self-inflicted pain, and generational pain. Also, this is as Sonto’s (Connie Chiume) world is rocked and she grapples with her emotions post the killing. The absence of Mazet (Siphesihle Ndaba) and Thathi (Katlego Danke) turns the Molefe household upside down throughout the season and Sonto moves from one desperate act to even more dangerous decisions.