Queen Sono has been renewed for season 2 and Pearl Thusi is BACK on social media


Queen Sono Pearl Thusi season 2

You know we were obsessed with season one of Queen SonoNetflix’s first original African series (I mean, we created an entire issue about it). And we’re super excited to hear that Netflix is bringing it back for season two!

According to Netflix, ‘The second season, we will see Queen search for the truth as her newfound need for revenge takes her on a mission across Africa. All while she deals with her family’s past and her complicated love life.’

The second season will have Pearl Thusi, Vuyo Dabula, Sechaba Morojele, Chi Mhende, Loyiso Madinga, Rob Van Vuuren, Kate Liquorish, Khathu Ramabulana and Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa returning.

Kagiso Ledigo, who will be returning as showrunner and director, said, ‘I am so excited by the appetite for African stories and that Netflix is continuing to partner with us to bring to life the next chapter of Queen’s story and showcase it to the world.’

‘The first season of Queen Sono marked the beginning of our journey to introduce the world to exciting stories that are made in Africa. It was an unprecedented representation of a strong female black lead in African television. In the first season of Queen Sono, we saw grit and glamour, strength and vulnerability, as well as the past and the present, converge into a powerful narrative that explored the complexities and nuances of the African experience.

‘Kagiso Lediga and the Diprente team delivered a compelling story that resonated with our viewers and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for Queen Sono in this coming season,’ Dorothy Ghettuba, head of African Original Series at Netflix.

Check out the announcement post here:

With this good news, Pearl Thusi also made her return to social media after being away for about a month to post about season 2:

You can catch up on season 1 here

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