American Drama television is slowly producing shows that are making it to the top charts. Queen Sugar is an American Television works produced by Ava DuVernay. Oprah Winfrey is serving as the executive producer. The series is based on a novel published in 2014, having the same name written by Natalie Baszile.
Where to Watch
The 6th season can be watched on oprah.com and the OWN app free of cost. These apps don’t demand viewers to buy subscriptions and are purely for viewer entertainment purposes. However, these can only be accessed through the TV provider through a login password. Other than that, it can be watched on other platforms like Philo, fuboTV, DirecTV Stream, and Youtube TV.
Expected Plot and Release Date
The series is all set to premiere in September. The series revolves around Bordelon siblings in Louisiana who aren’t on very friendly terms with each other. The family is coerced into fighting with circumstances that have got the family together as they fight the crisis.
They have no choice but to put their differences aside after the demise of their father. They also receive an inheritance of an 800-acre sugarcane farm. While Nova is a bold and responsible journalist, Charley had a career based in LA, and she happened to divorce her husband recently. Ralph is unemployed and a single parent who has his own set of struggles with raising his son. Charley moves into Louisiana with her son to run the farm.
In season 6, the audiences will see Davis and Charley adding colors to their relationship while Calvin and Nova seem to be going through the rough patch of their relationship. The upcoming season is likely to highlight the issue of Blue’s schooling in DC. The dynamism is guaranteed with the entry of new characters and plot twists.
Is it Worth Watching
The trailer of the sixth season got the viewers’ excitement up to brimming levels, and they couldn’t wait for the season to go live. The show has been a success so far. The kind of emotional elements put up in the show are pretty unique and have got a lot of attention from the viewers. Family rivalries and bitterness always come to an end when a crisis strikes, and the show has tried its best to portray this theme. It has been a fantastic ride for the audiences so far, and they’re only expecting it to get better in the next season.
The season will be a roller coaster ride and is definitely a perfect fit for the must-watch category. It does settle well in the “happy go lucky” category if we talk about the show’s aura, but it is still full of unexpected twists, going all topsy-turvy by the time the season reaches its climax. The show is going to be everything one could ask for when it comes to the balance between emotional elements, drama, and rationality.