Its markets have slowly been expanding. The global shows of the service all have all been building up a fanbase all over the planet, a few of which include ‘Money Heist’,” Sacred Games’, and ‘Dark’.
Now, Netflix is putting out its first African series which tells the story of a Jason Bourne-like female spy.
The first season comprising six episodes will be released on February 28 on Netflix.
‘Queen Sono’ follows the life span of the titular character who is a trained spy at an agency whose purpose is to enhance the lives of African citizens.
She must also face changing relationships within her private life while shooting on her most dangerous mission yet.
Pearl Thusi is a South African celebrity, model, television host, and radio personality known for her roles in Quantico’ and’The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency’. She plays with the titular role of ‘Queen Sono’.
Vuyo Dabula is a South African celebrity best known for his work ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’,’Generations’, and Five Fingers for Marseilles’. He plays the role of Sandhu.
The show also stars Sechaba Morojele as Dr. Sid, Kate Liquorish as Ekaterina, Khathu Ramabulana as William, Enhle Maphumulo as Nova, and Abigail Kubeka as Mazet.
Kagiso Lediga is a South African Tswana stand-up comedian, actor, and director. He’s best known for his work on’Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola’ and catching Feelings’.
Lediga functions as the founder of ‘Queen Sono’ as well as an executive producer. Tamsin Andersson will also executive produce.