Queen Sono Season 2

Queen Sono features everything we can expect from a spy story. From corrupt politicians to seat grabbing action, this series has it all! The series is quite exquisite.
Queen Sono is the first African Netflix Original series. It is a South African crime thriller web series. Kagiso Lediga is the creator of Queen Sono. The series was premiered on February 28, 2020. Queen Sono has a rating of a massive 91% on RottenTomatoes.
The series has been officially announced for a second season.  

Queen Sono Season 2
Source: Netflix


The six episodes of the season, focus on a spy, Queen Sono. She is the daughter of a revolutionary activist who fought for the betterment of her country. Queen gets traumatized when her mother gets assassinated. After 25 years, the assassin gets out on parole. This freshens the trauma of Queen Sono.
Apart from this, she is a brilliant spy who has to infiltrate every threat to her country.
SOG discovers the threat to the security of their country after the attack on Park Station.
They persuade The President to declare an emergency after they gather the information of the next attack. Somehow, due to some corrupt politicians, the emergency could not be implied.
Despite every challenge, Queen Sono and her team, succeed in averting the attacks and saving everyone.
Meanwhile, Queen Sono’s grandmother gets assassinated by Ekaterina
What happens next? We will find out when the next season is released.

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Season 2

In season we can expect the feud between Queen and Ekaterina after she assassinates Queen’s grandmother. Ekaterina is a Russian heiress who plans to rule the whole of Africa and its natural resources.
The culprit behind the murder of Queen’s murder is also in suspense. In the second season, we can expect that Queen will try to solve the mystery behind her mother’s murder.
Though the second season has been officially announced, the dates are yet not announced.
We can expect the second season to release sometime in early 2021.


Pearl Thusi as Queen Sono
Vuyo Dabula as Shandu Johnson Magwaza
Sechaba Morojele as Dr. Sidwell Isaacs
Chi Mhende as Miri Dube
Loyiso Madinga as Frederique Kazadi
Rob Van Vuuren as Viljoen
Kate Liquorish as Ekaterina Gromova
Khathu Ramabulana as William Chakela, Queen’s childhood friend and therapist
Enhle Maphumulo as Nova
Abigail Kubeka as Mazet
Connie Chiume as Nana
Otto Nobel as Bula Bule
James Ngcobo as President Malunga