Shona Ferguson is one-half of the owners of the controversial but flourishing production house, Ferguson Films, with their wife, Connie Ferguson. Since stepping faraway from the spotlight to handle the business behind-the-scenes, Shona has curated his social media to inspire or promote the company’s upcoming project.
And together with his latest posts on social media, Shona has specifically posted posts that are focused on the couple’s most spoken about business; Ferguson Films. the primary post provided a peek into what fans can expect from this week’s episodes of their flagship show, “The Queen.” And from the teaser that was shared by Shona, in the week promises to be drama-packed.
First, is that the matter of Vuyiswa’s ongoing rape saga. It seems that she wasn’t sexually assaulted by just any predator, but a serial rapist. The storyline has captured audiences because it provides a up to date combat a problem that has been highlighted by many shows within the past. However, when “The Queen” broached the matter the utilization of the much-beloved character of Vuyiswa was the unlikely victim. But that just proved that sexual abuse can happen to anyone, including strong, policewoman.
Next is that the ongoing “love story” of Schumacher and Mpho. Things appear to be they’re close to get interesting for our favourite Ben 10. While Mpho could be blinded by love, the remainder of her family isn’t . And now it seems that her sister, Thando has plans to convince Schumacher that marrying into the Sebata family isn’t the best idea.
His next post, started the countdown to the much-anticipated, “Kings of Joburg.” The show’s delay to coming to our screens was finally revealed that the show won’t get on television, but popular paid subscription platform, Netflix. The show marks the primary collaboration between the 2 entities, however with Netflix assail expanding the African footprint we doubt it’s getting to the last work that the 2 entities start together.
The show is about to be made available from Friday, 4 December 2020, on Netflix. A suggestion would be that the Fergusons should consider already start shooting the second season. Judging from the success of South African shows on the platform, the show is bound to be a hit . But what we don’t want is to attend as long as we’ve been expecting shows like “Queen Sono” and “Blood & Water’s” second seasons, which they need not even started shooting from the design of things.