Farewell Generations: Here's what we'll miss

2014-09-30 14:01

We all know that tonight's the final episode of the "old" Generations.

Yeah, like most of you, we're really heartbroken because 8pm will never be the same again. For the next two months at least. After watching the show for years we've grown to love the characters, who've now become household names.

Here's what we'll miss about Generations:

Mam' Ruby

Who can forget about this woman's strong and brave character? She's not afraid to stand her ground and always fights for the ones she loves. Her shebeen, which is the place to be ekasi, will be missed because of those random fights. We're not so sure about her singing though.


Yes, she's a crazy and an obsessive woman. But her antics keep is glued to our screens and we're always wondering what she'll do next. Zodwa, as unstable as she is, is definitely our favourite character on the show.

The villains

Oh, the plots and schemes that sometimes leave us on the edge of our seats. Sibusiso and Kenneth certainly take the crown when it comes to being evil and ruthless. They've done some really bad stuff but have somehow won the hearts of viewers. We really love to hate them.

Those exaggerated scenes with Journalists

You know how they always portray journos as these crazy, story-hungry people? We kinda find that annoying at times. Like, are we really that bad? You often see a group of reporters hovering around someone's office shouting and screaming, and demanding answers. Yes, we love some good gossip. But we have standards, okay?

The entire cast, actually!

Arg, who are we kidding? We love everything about the show and we'll totes miss seeing all the actors. We think they make a good team.

So, what are you going to miss about Generations?


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