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.