Showmax said in a statement on Tuesday, January 3, that Rapando was one of the newcomers to the second season of the Single Kiasi series.
Along with other actors and actresses, Rapando was chosen to star in the show. Grace Wacuka, Fidel Maithya, who was previously in the television series Selina, Ian Mbugua, and Mufasa Kibet, among others, were among them.
The streaming service also released a trailer to announce the series' return.
Thomas is played by Quincy Rapando in the Maria Series. The series premieres on January 19 and will continue through the end of the year.
The story of three Nairobi-based women as they manage marriage, relationships, and careers is told in Single Kiasi.
"Season two begins a few months after the shocking events of the season one finale, which cast doubt over their romantic relationships.
"We find our dearest characters encountering groundbreaking occasions that will affect their kinship in unexpected ways," read the explanation to a limited extent.
Grace Kahaki and Philippe Bresson of Insignia Production directed the new show.
Months after the popular Citizen TV show ended, Rapando came back to the screen.
Zora, one of the Citizen TV shows hosted by Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdala, ended on March 7, 2022.
In Zora, Rapando, better known by his stage name Kwame, played the role of Blessing Lung'aho, better known as Madiba, the famous actor's brother.
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