Queen Sono


Queen Sono is a South African crime drama, streaming TV series by Kagiso Lediga that aired on Netflix on February 28, 2020. In the series Pearl Tusi, Vuyo Dabula, Sechaba Morogele, Chi Mhendé, Loyiso Maduren, and Rob Star Alcohol, Ramabulana’s Hatu, Enkhle Maphumulo, Abigail Kubeka, Connie Chiume, Otto Nobela, and James Ngkobo. This is one of the first African original series on Netflix. After its release, the film received positive reviews from directors, filming, action, and production, especially from critics who praise Tassoya, Dubula, and Kubeka as “a very good time.” On April 28, 2020, Netflix will renew the series until its second season. However, on November 26, 2020, Netflix announced the cancellation of the series due to production issues due to the Corona 19 epidemic.


Queen Sono tells the story of an illegal South African agent involved in a criminal operation when he faced a privacy crisis.


On December 10, 2018, Netflix announced that it had ordered a six-episode series for its first season. The series was created by Kagiso Lediga, who appointed Tamsin Anderson as executive producer. Ladyiga and Tebogo Malopé will spend the entire first season. Films of Diprente are involved in the production of this series. On 28th February 2020, the first season was released. On April 28, 2020, Netflix updated the series for a second season. On November 26, 2020, the show was canceled and it was announced that due to the epidemic, complications would drive up costs and complicate production plans.

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After the announcement of the order for the episode, Pearl Tashi will surely play the main role. It was announced that Wuyo Dabula, Sechaba Morojele, Chi Mandé, Loyiso Madinga, Rob Van Vouren, Keith Likorish, Hatu Ramabulana, Enkhle Maphumulo, Abigail Kubeka, Connie Chiume, Otto Nobela, and James Ngkobo.


The main photoshoot of the first season was originally planned for April 2019. In Johannesburg, Lagos, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zanzibar, South Africa the filming for the first season took place from June to August 2019.

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On December 10, 2019, Netflix announced the series’ preview for the first Season. The second season of “Queen Sono” was Officially canceled.