The final season of “Queen Sugar” delivers in a way few long-running series have done.
OWN’s legendary show “Queen Sugar” comes to an end, but is it an ending that delivers what fans have longed for, or is it bittersweet all over?
In the penultimate episode of not only the season but series, Blue returns, Hollywood debates someone for a school board position, and Sam gets hit with a comeuppance.
As we approach the end of “Queen Sugar,” it increasingly becomes clear that the happy ending long promised may no longer be a dangled carrot in front of our faces.
As we’re teased with the possibility of the Bordelon family winning the long-fought war with the Landrys, a lot of people find, in romance, a happy ending.
For many, the path forward seems easier than what they dealt with in the past. However, that doesn’t mean new challenges won’t force them to use their old tools.
The opportunity for closure and resolution is presented for many, but is it the best course of action across the board?
While a literal storm is on the horizon, the people it brings to St. Jo are worth worrying about.
Micah is finally confronted about his NFT as Darla deals with a rough day that tempts her to relapse.
Nova decides to approach everyone about her book adaptation, and to say she has bad timing would be an understatement.
Finding joy and community in the worst of times is the modus operandi as Sam strikes back and Darla is triggered during a trip to DC.
Another day, another battle with Sam, and on top of that, Billie’s husband shows up, and Dominic meets one of Nova’s exes.
The Landry and Bordelon family face off again with the parish council put in the middle, but without Charley there, can they win?
“Queen Sugar” begins its final season with a moment of peace and hope before ole Sam Landry makes it clear that he has one last fight in him.
With the announcement that its next season would be its last, the season 6 finale sets up the end of the war that has plagued the farms of St. Jo for generations.
As the family prepares for the birth of its newest member, a recent discovery may provide hope for saving the farm.
As Ralph Angel reels from potentially losing the farm, and Nova from her trauma, Charley is offered a new opportunity and Micah finds himself in an uncomfortable situation.
As Ralph Angel faces the music, regarding his decision, Charley makes a decision regarding running for congress as she learns not only what happened with RA but Nova as well.
As Nova pays the price for her activism, Vi does for both her kindness and ignorance. Also, Charley tries to enjoy the peace before potentially walking into a storm.
As an investigation begins into the remains found on the farm, there is hope for a win as it is dearly needed in the Bordelon family.
As Nova’s actions continue to complicate the lives of her family, many attempt to find the silver lining in their dark cloud.
As Ralph Angel introduces one of his old friends, Darla continues to foreshadow something bad happening. The only question is what will happen and to who?
Alongside Prosper’s daughter coming to St. Jo, we meet who Aunt Vi has been keeping a secret, learn the gender of Ralph Angel and Darla’s baby, and more.
While season 5 toned down the drama and allowed enough peace for the Bordelon family to move forward, season 6 sweeps in and brings the ails season 5 avoided.
Season 5 of Queen Sugar, despite addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020’s Black Lives Matter movement, is a reprieve from what the show has perennially given viewers.
In the season 5 finale, we’re reminded that, despite Queen Sugar often feeling about struggle, those fights are for the joy everyone knows they deserve.
Multiple bombshells are dropped as Ralph Angel, and Darla make a decision with Blue, and Nova discovers something that could end her relationship with Calvin.
As Darlene’s decision to get Blue accepted to a fancy school causes problems, Charley is dealing with COVID symptoms and Nova’s possibility of marriage.
Someone in the Bordelon family may have COVID, another faces relationship troubles, and someone also faces off with a cop – making for a nail-biting episode.
As the murder of George Floyd happens and the summer of Black Lives Matter marches begin, everyone is taken to task what it means for them, their relationships, and their families.
It’s the calm before the storm as Ralph Angel and Darla have a whirlwind wedding filled with love and joy.
As Calvin’s daughter comes to Nova’s home to quarantine, and Hollywood struggles to see his mother, Micah and Charley clash, and Ralph Angel falls deeper in love with Darla.
As COVID-19 rages on, it begins to test members of the Bordelon family and their loved ones as financial issues, isolation, and more emerge.
Just as Darla is reaching a new chapter, as is Hollywood, COVID-19 strikes, and the shutdowns begin.
In Queen Sugar’s return, as a councilmember, Charley is at war with the Beckington Group, who is hell-bent on changing St. Jo and bending things to their will.
In the season finale for Queen Sugar, while many find peace, unfortunately for Charley, it seems she just keeps swapping who she is at war with.
Just a Nova seems to be recovering her place in the family, Charley might be ready to cut them all off.
As a rainstorm sweeps through St. Jo, many find themselves with someone who forces them to slow down and think about their future.
The night Blue was conceived is talked about, as well as many past trauma that still shakes characters to the core.