Queen Sono Season 2– Debuting on the streaming platform at the end of February, Queen Sono followed a hard-won African female spy who, aided by her cohorts from a covert peacekeeping organization, had to use her deadly skills to keep the continent safe from terror while at the same time, grappling with her issues.
- Made by Kagiso Lediga and executive produced by Tamsin Andersson, the show had starred veteran South African actress Pearl Thusi in the lead role.
Release Date of Queen Sono Season 2
Netflix has cancelled Queen Sono, the first original African series. The decision was taken Tuesday after Netflix had already renewed the series for a second season, highlighting just the latest example of one of the streamer’s titles getting the ax even with a renewal.
In a press release, series creator Kagiso Lediga stated that the reversal was mainly due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, which has influenced numerous productions worldwide.
Acquired by TVLine, which was the first to report the news, Lediga said, “we wrote a beautiful story that covered the continent but sadly could not be completed in these current trying times.” In its comment, Netflix confirmed that it had “made the difficult decision not to move forward with season 2” of the series.
The statement continued, “A huge thank you to our fans all over the world for love shared for our first African Original series,” “Netflix is also grateful to the… cast and crew for their tremendous efforts in developing this show for our members around the world. We’ll continue to work closely with South Africa’s creative industry to keep producing more compelling “Made-in-South Africa’ stories.”