Netflix’s First African Original Series To Premiere In February
A few months ago, Netflix revealed its first African original series titled “Queen Sono” was underway.
Now the streaming giant has announced that the spy-thriller series, starring Pearl Thusi as the lead actress, will premiere in 190 countries across the world.
With the premiere dates for “Queen Sono” now locked down, fans can start the official countdown till the Netflix original hits television screens.
Written and created by comedian Kagiso Lediga, “Queen Sono” sees Pearl Thusi playing the role of an unconventional spy who is devoted to protecting the people of Africa. However, during one of her assignments, she unknowingly uncovers shocking details about her own mother’s death which subsequently leads her on a mission to uncover the whole truth.
On December 10, 2019, Netflix debuted the first teaser for “Queen Sono.” The 1-minute long teaser does not show much except for the lead Pearl Thusi taking a slow, dramatic walk to her throne.
It also announces that the six-part series will be available for streaming on February 28, 2020.
Watch the teaser below: