Genres: Drama, Comedy-Drama
Broadcast on: Mzansi Magic, 1Magic



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South African channels

1Magic : 07 Jan 2022 - 04 Jan 2024
Mzansi Magic : 29 Jun 2022 - 21 Sep 2022

About the Show

Entangled is a South African romantic comedy-drama television series which revolves around the complications that arise when a bride-to-be in her 30s suddenly gets cold feet.

The show follows Sharon, an overachiever in her 30s who is on the verge of marrying the love of her life, Sizwe.

However, when her ex Julius suddenly resurfaces after many years, everything Sharon and Sizwe have built is threatened.

If your 20s are meant to be a time of fun and messy self-discovery, then your 30s are for nursing the hangover from some of those bad decisions.

At least that's the case for the characters in Entangled.

The show is more than about a love in danger – through the characters and storylines it explores the trials of life in our 30s.

These include navigating friendships, the concept of masculinity, culture clashes, sexual orientation, and the ever-pressing discussions of what modern day relationships look like through a humorous lens.

The series stars Phuti Khomo as Sharon, Vuyo Ngcukana (Season 1) and Sisanda Henna as Sizwe, Didie Makobane as Zenani, Mpho Popps as Zweli, Vuyo Dabula as Julius and Senzo Radebe as Reggie Makeba.

The supporting cast includes Pearl Modiadie as Andiswa, Motshabi Tyelele as Dorothy and Tessa Twala as Tshepi.

Entangled is an M-Net Original Production, produced for 1Magic by Burnt Onion Productions.

The series was created by Katleho Ramaphakela and Rethabile Ramaphakela, who are also the executive producers with Tshepo Ramaphakela.

The head writers are Katleho Ramaphakela and Rethabile Ramaphakela, with a writing team including Salah Sabiti, Nandisa Mkhize, Nompi Vilakazi, Makganwana Mokgalong, Mbalizethu Zulu and Zelipa Zulu.

The director is Johnny Barbuzano and Morishe Matlejoane is the series producer.

Music is by Samukelo Mahlalela and Oskido Music Entertainment.


Sharon Sehlapelo

Sizwe Bam

Sizwe Bam

Zenani Mncube (as Didie Makobane)


Julius Tshabalala

Reggie Makeba

Latest Articles

New on TV today: Thursday 2 November

02 Nov 2023 | Written by: Shows Editor | From: New Shows and Seasons | 1 comment
1Magic becomes Entangled again and Netflix finds All the Light We Cannot See.

New on TV today: Wednesday 29 June

29 Jun 2022 | Written by: Shows Editor | From: New Shows and Seasons
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Burnt Onion Productions now casting for nine characters

12 May 2022 | Written by: TVSA Team | From: Casting Calls | 2 comments
The project films between July and October. Applications close Friday! (13 May)


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