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'Queen Sugar' Renewed for Season 5 at OWN
Showrunner Anthony Sparks will return.
'Queen Sugar,' 'Insecure' Costume Designer Breaks Down Looks That "Showcase Black Culture"
"When shows are based in Los Angeles, we're always talking about Hollywood or Melrose Place or Echo Park. Very rarely do we get to see the inner workings of South L.A., of Crenshaw, of Inglewood," says Ayanna James.
TV Trailer Watch: 'Queen Sugar' Season 4 Sets Stage for Fiery Family Drama
Ava DuVernay's critically acclaimed drama returns to focus on the fallout of a controversial memoir from one of the Bordelon siblings.
'Queen Sugar' Season 4 Trailer
The series returns Wednesday, June 12, at 9/8c on OWN.
'Black Panther' Named Best Film by African-American Film Critics Association
Other major honorees of the world's largest group of black film critics included 'The Hate U Give,' 'If Beale Street Could Talk' and 'BlacKkKlansman.'
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' Among First Recipients of ReFrame TV Stamp
The industry coalition and IMDbPro have recognized 62 programs with its gender parity mark of honor.
'Queen Sugar' Renewed for Season 4 at OWN
Ava DuVernay’s first TV drama has been a critical flagship for the network since 2016.
'Queen Sugar' Star Omar J. Dorsey Talks About Working with Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey | In Studio
In THR's interview series, "In Studio," the actor discusses the 'Queen Sugar' finale, his new film 'Thank You For Your Service,' and more.
Critic's Notebook: Why Female-Driven TV Matters More Than Ever
Like the earliest women film directors, today's female TV creators, from Jane Campion to Ava DuVernay, are using their platform to tackle the biggest of big issues — and making some of the best shows in the process.
Ava DuVernay on Making 'Queen Sugar' About More Than "Being Black" | 'Queen Sugar' | Drama Showrunner Roundtable
"The fear that the industry might shift in terms of its attention to women right now or the current renaissance regarding people of color, specifically black folks on TV, and then you're left with nothing," 'Queen Sugar' creator told THR in regards to saying "no" being a privilege.