Now that Queen Sono is cancelled, where will Pearl Thusi go? Find out!

Its barely been  1 year when people were hyped up about Pearl Thusi participation in Queen Sono. The show which is Africa’s first original Netflix show managed to impact on local and international fans. It gained international recognition, building a massive hype and anticipation for the  2nd Season. Unfortunately such led to the disappointment of the majority of many viewers when Netflix announced that it cancelled the show and Pearl Thusi was left heartbroken as fans asked her questions about her days of onscreen crime-fighting sadly coming to an end. The actress confirmed on her social media that the production of the series has been cut short and the show will not be returning for a second season.

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Queen Sono was a fan favourite from the moment it premiered on South African shores. The cast contained the likes of the talented Loyiso Madinga and Vuyo Dabula. Many viewers were holding thumbs to see what season two has to offer them. Production on the show was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances revolving around the coronavirus, reports Youthvillage. Viewers across the globe have been asking Pearl what exactly is happening with the Netflix production. Thusi took to Twitter to respond

 

Queen Sono was a fan favourite from the moment it premiered on South African shores. The cast contained the likes of the talented Loyiso Madinga and Vuyo Dabula. Many viewers were holding thumbs to see what season two has to offer them. Like most good productions, fans lost Queen Sono to Covid. Production on the show was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances revolving around the coronavirus, reports Youthvillage. Viewers across the globe have been asking Pearl what exactly is happening with the Netflix production. Thusi took to Twitter to respond.

 

Fans of the show have created petitions to bring the show back and hopped on to the comments of Pearl’s post to share their thoughts. @malusindlea shared his opinion, saying: “Queen Sono is too revolutionary. The government prefers nonsensical things like Uzalo that showcase black people as thieves and no community structure. Queen Sono shows a young black woman dribbling white super powers.”

 

Briefly News reports Pearl Thusi has been let go from her hosting duties on Behind The Story after four years of being the frontman. The celeb is handling the change gracefully and made a note to publicly wish Nomalanga well on the journey. Nomalanga hopped on Twitter to announce that the fifth season of the show is set to premiere this October, seeing her as the new host. This served as a notice to the rest of Mzansi that Pearl had been replaced.

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