- Pearl Thusi will be continuing withher role in the second season of TV series, Queen Sono
- Queen Sono is expected to start filming again later this year when lockdown restrictions are lifted
- Pearl Thusi will be joined by other Mzansi actors to reprise their roles in the series
Mzansi's queen of series acting, Pearl Thusi will once again grace Mzansi's screens with her talent in the second season of the thriller, Queen Sono.
This series is Netflix's first African original series and is expected to start filming later this year. According to Netflix's announcement, Thusi is not the only actress who will be showcasing her talent in the series.
The likes of other most loved Mzansi actors such as Vuyo Dabula, Sechaba Morojele, Chi Mhende, Loyiso Madinga, Rob Van Vuuren, Kate Liquorish, Khathu Ramabulana and Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa will also continue in their roles.
Kagiso Lediga, the showrunner, said:
"I am so excited by the appetite for the 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."
Queen Sono premiered on Netflix on 28 February this year. In this action-packed series, Pearl Thusi plays a highly trained cop spy in a South African agency and is determined to save and better the lives of Africans.
Dorothy Ghettuba, the leader of African series for Netflix, said Queen Sono's first season marked the beginning of Netflix's journey to introduce the world to exciting stories that are made in Africa.
"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 powerful narrative that explored the complexities and nuances of the African experience," added Ghettuba.
She said Kagiso Lediga and Diprente 'steam delivered a compelling story that resonated with viewers and has made it hard to everybody wait to see what's in store for Queen Sono in this coming season.
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