Queen Sono Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:
One of the more intriguing foreign films to debut on Netflix recently was Queen Sono. The audience found it energizing to finally witness a seductive and powerful black female protagonist who could fight it out like James Bond, despite some critics accusing the show of being blaxploitation. Wherever is Queen Sono now, though?
If the pandemic breakout does not cause the second season of “Queen Sono,” Netflix’s first African series of its own, to be further delayed, the second episode is anticipated to be released in the first half of 2019.
Queen Sono Season 2 Release Date:
On April 28, 2020, Queen Sono’s first season debuted on Netflix. The second season was scheduled to start production in late 2020 after its original renewal. Sadly, the coronavirus epidemic prevented the original intentions from being implemented.
As of this update, here are no rumors that Queen Sono will be picked up by Netflix once again. So, don’t hold out hope for Queen Sono the second season any longer.
Queen Sono Season 2 Trailer Release:
We already know that the program has been cancelled, and we haven’t heard anything about a change in plans, thus a season 2 trailer hasn’t yet been released. The show’s first season is presently accessible on Netflix, and the season 1 teaser can be seen on YouTube.
Queen Sono Season 2 Cast:
Almost the entire cast of Queen Sono is expected to return for the show’s second season. Who is anticipated to return?
- With Vuyo Dabula (Shandu), Pearl Thusi will reprise her role as Queen Sono.
- Bula Bule will be played again by Otto Nobela.
- As Fred, Loyiso Madinga will come back.
- Enhle Maphumulo will repeat her part as Nova, Connie Chiume will resume her role as Auntie Nana, and Khathu Ramabulana will reprise his role as William.
- Rob van Vuuren As Viljoen,
- Chi Mhende and Abigail Kubeka will reprise their roles as Mazet and Miri, respectively.
Queen Sono Season 2 Storyline:
According to Thusi, “I’m anticipating everything to get even tougher and more emotional moving forward,” she told Entertainment Weekly.
“I anticipate things to be more harder for her than they have ever been if we get a further season, if they go further. I believe that this is just the beginning. It was only the planning.
Ekaterina may not have been able to take control of South Africa thanks to the Queen & her troops, but the drama is far from done.
The Russian heiress hasn’t finished yet; she’s still adamantly determined to dominate Africa and its priceless natural resources, so the Queen must also be ready for the next step.
Additionally, rebel outfit Watu Wema is circling and is as committed to preventing the African takeover as the Special Operations outfit (SOG).
Additionally, Queen’s desire to get revenge for the death of her grandmother will fuel her conflict with Ekaterina. In addition, the identity of the person responsible for her mother’s death is still a mystery.
When discussing her mother Safiya with EW, Thusi said, “I believe finding the truth is just the beginning. Accepting the reality is a very other road. I believe it reflects several facts I learned when my mother passed away that, now that I think about it, taken me years to cope with.
“There is undoubtedly a fresh feeling of loss, but not only because Mazet is no longer with us but also because Queen is coping with a different interpretation of the passing of her own mother.
“What is true is only the beginning; it’s how Queen deals with it in order to carry on a legacy that we can continue to explore.”
Additionally, she spoke on how Shandu’s partnership with Ekaterina may impact his future interactions with the Queen: “That depends on whether she accepts him even when he claims he was not an element of it, but the influence of associations can never be underestimated.
The trust has been shattered and Queen is out for blood, so it’s going to be pretty dramatic.
“In my perspective, Shandu would have to choose a side—between his action and Queen’s retaliation, not between Queen & Ekatarina. Instead of the two ladies, he will have to decide between love and his mission.
The appearance of Queen’s father in the finale was another event that undoubtedly had a significant impact on season two. She said, “I have no idea what the authors are or were being cooked up for him. “I’d be thrilled to investigate that,”
The program features a total of seven parts in its first season. The show’s primary location is Africa, and it centers on the life of a secret spy called Queen Sono.
The first episode of the show opens with Queen Sono on an objective to obtain data from a private arms company. However, her initial attempt to hack the company and retrieve the information fails due to a technological barrier, forcing the queen to resort to physically visiting the location and gathering the information, which causes major chaos. Then, when we visit her in the therapist’s office, we learn about several of the psychological issues she is always battling.
The episode comes to a conclusion with Sono running into her mother’s killer, who is about to be released from jail, and learning a terrible reality.
The plot develops with the appearance of a terrorist group that intends to free the whole nation. Sono’s ex-partner from SOG only turns out to be the group’s head.
The plot follows a path where previous events from her early years as a secret agent are brought up together with a new assignment that is directed against a vast network of the Russian criminal family.
The fourth installment of the program has legendary epic restaurant combat scenes, but Sono is forced to flee because of the enemy’s superior strength.
The queen and her allies take action at the conclusion of the first season to thwart a massive Russian troop invasion and an impending threat to Mazet, the queen’s paternal grandmother.
Where To Watch Queen Sono Season 2?
You can watch the first season of Queen Sono on Netflix.