Queen Sugar Season 6 Episode 3: Release Date and Watch Online

Queen Sugar Season 6 Episode 3 is scheduled to release on September 21, 2021. Fans are excited.

Queen Sugar is an American drama television series created by Ava DuVernay, executive produced by Ava DuVernay, Anthony Sparks, Melissa Carter, and Oprah Winfrey, distributed by Warner Bros. Television Distribution. It is based on American writer Natalie Baszile’s novel “Queen Sugar”. Queen Sugar airs weekly on Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

About Queen Sugar

The story of Queen Sugar takes place in rural Louisiana. Nova Bordelon (Rutina Wesley), a formidable journalist and activist from New Orleans, Charley Bordelon (Dawn-Lyen Gardner), the wife and manager of an NBA player, and their brother Ralph Angel Bordelon (Kofi Siriboe), a single parent struggling with unemployment move to Louisiana to claim their inheritance. In the novel “Queen Sugar” there are only two siblings, Charley and Ralph Angel. The character Nova was created for the television series. Her name Nova is inspired by the song “Nova” by Meshell Ndegeochelo used in the title sequence. Their father has recently died and passed on an 800-acre sugarcane farm in three equal proportions to each of his children.

Queen Sugar portrays the difficulties and struggles of African-Americans with the help of a predominantly black cast. It is praised for its racially progressive storyline and has won two NAACP Image Awards.

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Queen Sugar Season 6 Episode 3 Release Date

Queen Sugar season 6 episode 3 is about to release on September 21, 2021. The episode is named “You Would Come Back Different”. In the episode Nova shares her truth, Ralph Angel’s finances remain strained, and more is revealed about Billie’s history with the Bordelons; Nova learns concerning information and Charley and Davis struggle with the decision to take their relationship public.

Queen Sugar Season 6 Episode 3

Where to Watch Online

You can watch Queen Sugar Season 6 online on Amazon Prime, fuboTV, Philo, and Hulu.

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