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.
As Nova comes to terms with what she did, and tries to atone, Darla struggles in isolation. Also, the men challenge themselves to open up to one another.
When it rains, it pours, and while it seems some may have learned to swim, others may pass out from the struggle and drown.
As the dust begins to settle from Nova’s book, the Landry and Bourdeux family decide to hurt destroy what the Bordelon family has built. Either physically or its bonds.
While some are making strides recovering from Nova’s book, Aunt Vi begins to really feel the effects and Nova, herself, is dealing with the dark side of her new success.
Nova’s book continues to devastate her family and extended family. But, we also learn of someone who was omitted who takes offense to the book.