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October 24, 2021
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"Queen Sugar" tells the story of the estranged Bordelon siblings in Louisiana. At the center of the family are Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, the wife and manager of an NBA player; and formerly incarcerated father Ralph Angel, who is searching for redemption. Following a tragedy in the family, the siblings must put their complicated lives aside so that they can come together to run the clan's struggling sugar cane farm. Also involved in the farm are Aunt Violet and family friend Remy Newell.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 6, 2016

Also Known As: Queen Sugar, Королева сахарных плантаций

Parents Guide: Germany (18), United States (TV-14)


Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
southern usa
family drama

Company Credits

Production Co: ARRAY Filmworks, Harpo Films |  See more »


Kei'Undrea Turner
as Laila
Myles Truitt
as Ant
Beverly Todd
as Mother Olivia Brown
Dontez Williams
as Fan/Student
Isaiah Sam
as Rich
C.J. LeBlanc
as Lucas
Joshua Rivera
as Joaquin Avila
Bill Kelly
as Mr. Strickland
Walt Roberts
as Auctioneer
Evan Castelloe
as Christian
Corey Mendell Parker
as Elijah Houser
Mustafa Harris
as Officer Dooley
Roger Guenveur Smith
as Quincy
April Hartman
as Officer #2
Tony Aidan Vo
as Khanh Phan
Oscar Peña
as Worker (Bordelon Farm)
Robert Isaac
as Hotel Clerk
Melanie Allyn Williams
as Young Mother
Al Vicente
as Deputy Leland Conroe
Vivian Fleming-Alvarez
as Lawyer
Pam Smith
as Gina Dixon
Silas Borelly
as Basketball Player
Wayne Pére
as Timothy North
Lea Coco
as Jacob Boudreaux
Garrison Allen
as Jason Gaston
Reg Rob
as Trucker
Dennis Thomas IV
as Mill Employee
Antwan Mills
as Father Julian
Vickie Eng
as Mrs. Thompson
Gwendolyn Mulamba
as Althea
Andrea Frankle
as Christina Bertrand Damore
Calvin Williams
as Banker/NBA Team Personnel/Upscale Parent
Justin M. Boyd
as Owen
Samantha Beaulieu
as Carmella
Denzel Johnson
as Trevor
Tracy Tolliver
as Ariana Gipson
Kendall Denise Clark
as Joie
Travis Quentin
as Handsome White Man
Robin Sarraille
as Background
Charles Adams
as Farmer High Yellow Patron
Adella Gautier
as Elderly Woman/Ms. Blanche
Mary Peyton Hodge
as Cute Little Girl
Amirah Vann
as Parker Campbell
Frederick Williams
as Student #1
Gina Montana
as NBA Security
Trini Kirtsey
as Kamau
Michael Biss
as Parent/Police officer
Leon Pridgen
as Dr. George Hayes
Tara Lee
as A.D.
Rendell Bryce
as Nathan Gray
Shawn Halliday
as Foreman
Travis LaBranch
as Nova/Sexy Man Dancing w
Sarah Durn
as Front Desk Clerk
Ginnie Randall
as Genevieve Durand
Maria Legarda
as Stage Manager
Maritza Guerrero
as Councilwoman Isabel Barrera/Isabel Barrera
Dudley Fuqua
as Farmer
Olli Haaskivi
as Bill Linden
Rudy Eisenzopf
as George Barnes
Kofi Siriboe
as Ralph Angel Bordelon
Troy Rudeseal
as Sheriff Deputy #1
Drew Starkey
as Beau
as Fraternity Brother
Adam Vernier
as Sheriff Harold Guidry/Sheriff Guidry
Adriane McLean
as Roxanne Frasier
Cynthia LeBlanc
as Bingo Player
Rick Lundgren
as Lead ICE Agent
Mikari Tarpley
as Tia
Sharon K. London
as Pearl Lewis
Cody Pressley
as Front Desk Deputy
Shawn Parsons
as Martin Bennington
Jonny Mars
as Lawrence Callahan
Tony Winters
as Clive
Rasool J'Han
as Dr. Abigail Hall
David Alan Grier
as Jimmy Dale
Rolexis Delaney
as Hotel Attendant
Palo Jimenez
as High School Student
Bill Martin Williams
as Plantation Owner
Angela Ray
as Mediator
Devyn A. Tyler
as Elaine
Annalee Jefferies
as Frances Boudreaux
Kurt Krause
as College Student
Susan Gallagher
as Gail James
Cindy L. Jefferson
as Dr. Trahan
Christopher Heskey
as NBA Security Guard #1
Renne Araujo
as Farmer Roy
Dianna Catterton
as Sheriff Deputy #2
Jesse Yarborough
as Darla's Landlord
Nikko Austen Smith
as Asha/Asha Green
Eric Esquer
as Cop
Clyde Risley Jones
as Elijah Macon/Farmer #1
Dawn-Lyen Gardner
as Charley Bordelon West/Charley Bordelon
Omar Washington
as Young Male Worker #1
Rey Reynaud
as Farmer/High Yellow Patron
Carol Sutton
as Martha Lavoisier
Holly Day
as Fan 1
Timothy Hinrichs
as Colling Basketball Fan
Christopher Berry
as Will Roseman
Annalisa Cochrane
as Courtney
Bonita Elery
as Theresa Coleman
Bianca Lawson
as Darla
Heather Kafka
as Deborah
Estrella Nouri
as Melina Gold/Melina 'Goldie' Galoudian
David Jensen
as Samuel Landry/Sam Landry
Tia Hendricks
as Noreen Bontemps
Andrea Frye
as Effie Dashiell
Mathew Greer
as Jack Duvall
Anthony Michael Frederick
as Melvin Lasalle
Tony Bentley
as Bob Richmond
Asher Miles Fallica
as Hayes
Silver Rae Fox
as Elderly Woman
LaTonya Holmes
as Realtor
Brock Clyburn
as Basketball Player
Ron Flagge
as Master Mason
Darrell L. Shuler
as Gladiator Player
Jane McNeill
as Nadine Barrett
Maro Molina
as Waiter
D.J. Felder
as Delacroix
Stacie Davis
as Ann Haley/Anne Haley
Monique Grant
as Bus Driver
Chantal Maurice
as Dr. Katrina Randall
Harlon Miller
as Guidry's Man
Carlos Ramónne Graham
as Party Guest
Sandy Avila
as Lorena Campos
John Jabaley
as Earl
Ricky Autiello
as Police Officer
Dwayne Boyd
as Dr. Troy Cantrell
Terese Aiello
Faith Dillon
as Reporter/Woman
Ireland Rain
as Kid
Lisha Wheeler
as Pam
Jason Earl James Bazmore
as Group Leader
Solomon Gibson III
as Elderly Black Man
Gralen Bryant Banks
as Ed Price
Jim Gleason
as Bartender
Eric Hanson
as Father 2
Lee Murphy
as Andrew
Margo Moorer
as Sheena
Jacinto Rodriguez
as Ignacio Avila/Ignacio
Glenn Robin
as Representative
Gayle King
as Gayle King
Al Mitchell
as Cyrus
Naima Tabernuro
as Asantewa
Mike Mayhall
as Deputy McGill
Andrea Myles
as Rhonda Richards
Don Yesso
as Officer Randall Orson/Cop
Shontel Crosby
as Renee
Michael Myles Hayes
as Elementary School Student
Tracey Bonner
as Councilwoman Joyce Rupp
G. Tremain Merrell
as Priest
P'Etra Elise
as Self - Season Finale Red Carpet Host
L. Scott Caldwell
as Willa Mae Desonier
Christopher Márquez
as Alejandro
Anthony Bean
as Priest
Mitch Miller
as White Man at Gas Station
De'Anthony Turner
as Leon
Nicholas X. Parsons
as Collection Man
Tevin Campbell
as Cousin Junior
Issa Abou-Issa
as Farmer
Michael Hodson
as Server
Brian Kurlander
as Everett Winston
Brian Stapf
as Wade Padrutt
Semya Mickens
as Miss Sanchez
Edgar Arreola
as Miguel
Jabari Thomas
as Father
Frank Monteleone
as Lawrence Hoven
Dijon Talton
as Vance Mitchell
Christina Michelle Williams
as Shopper
Anthony Marble
as Frank Rovner
Sebrina Purcell
as Tasha
Anton Clifford
as Andre Nixon
Deric Augustine
as Felix Evans
Elaitheia Quinn
as Dancer in Yellow Dress
Corey Winston
as St Jo Fan #1
Darla Delgado
as Mrs. Santiago
Terry J. Nelson
as School Security Guard
Aspen Kennedy Wilson
as Supplier
Colette Jeansonne
as Event Guest
Kirsten Bazet
as School Girl
Swift Rice
as Earl Dixon
Garrett Taylor
as Officer #1
Tracy Brotherton
as Upscale Beverly Hills Diner
Tanner Ellis
as Random Kid
Ryan Anthony Williams
as White Teen #1
Brittany Monet
as Young Chef
Mimi Ayers
as Zora Lee Foster
Bob Banks
as Otis
Mike R. Moreau
as Airline Passenger/NOPD Officer
Jessica Harthcock
as Kacy Fleming
Russell Giacontiere
as Officer Newsome
Arianna Rosario
as Woman
Yohance Myles
as D'Andre
Ceri Bethan
as Saleswoman
Garrett Kruithof
as Citizen
Josh Ventura
as Ben Harrison
Erika Ashley
as Liza
Haley Milsap
as Lacy
Amanda Yael Eisley
as Fisherwoman
Charlamagne Tha God
as Lenard 'Cthagod' McKelvey
Stephen Sutton
as Bashir Jenkins
Deja Dee
as Sierra
Liann Pattison
as Francine Ladeau
Chantell D. Christopher
as Lady in the Store
Cedric Duplechain
as Younger Ernest
Kristin Daniel
as Student
Derrick Tims
as Worker
Denise Lee
as Karen
Martavius Cerrone Gayles
as Club Manager
Simply Phillip Brown
as Bartender/Farmer/Golf Club Attendant
Frank Corcoran
as Terrance McGrath
Adrienne Marie Coins
as Baby Shower Guest
Minerva Paz
as Dr. Priya Badami
Gerard Catus
as Mr. Reggie Foster
Randy Austin
as Supervisor
Ashley Shelton
as Cute Blond Girl
Shauna Rappold
as Concierge
Amy Le
as Reporter
Holly Bonney
as Cashier
Jessica Johnson
as Moderator
Reginal Varice
as Reggie G
Frankie Cedano
as Arturo
Josiah McCormick
as Security Guard
Rebecca Chulew
as Meeting Attendee
Hakim Callender
as Andre All Day
Sheila Cutchlow
as Judge Maryann Porché
Timon Kyle Durrett
as Davis West
David Maldonado
as Jarrett Rawlings
Laurie Jenkins Jones
as Park Mom
Vivien Ngô
as Trinh Phan
Celestial Johnson
as Lillian
Elizabeth Becka
as Judge
Sarah-Alexia Jones
as Girl at Park
Ciearra Taylor
as Student #2
Amelia Jeffries
as Louisiana Star Activist
Armando Leduc
as Pastor Ángel Martinez
Miles Mussenden
as Boogie
Cheryl Lynn Shelton
as Attendant
DJ Envy
as DJ Envy
Frank R. Wilson
as John Royle
Fiona McQuinn
as Calvin's Wife
Brandon J Williams
as Mill Worker
Renee Ford Clark
as Marqueena Upshur
Jeph Cangé
as Kenneth
Marva Douglas
as Elderly Woman
Landon Abercrombie
as Boy #2
Gail Everett-Smith
as Woman on Side of Road
John L. Armijo
as Davis' Attorney
Andre De'Sean Shanks
as Young Farmer
Bruce Vincent Logan
as Stingers Player
Myron Parker Wright
as Malik/Malik Strickland
Heather Cazes
as Official #1
Julie Haught
as Friendly Nurse
Sylvia Grace Crim
as Receptionist
Enya Flack
as Larkin Gray
Billy Slaughter
as Mark Criegar
Rutina Wesley
as Nova Bordelon
Eric Lee
as Priest
John Wilmot
as Grandpa Greer
Kensley Keys
as Newsroom Worker
Sharon Lawrence
as Lorna Prescott
Michelle Davidson
as Dr. Natalie Shore
Jason Davis
as Evan Melber
Kristina Kingston
as Council Member #1
Ariel Lucius
as Hope
Jeremiah Eric Westbrook
as Boy #1/Mr. Delacroix
Kerry Sims
as Farmer
Daniel Williamson
as Delivery Man
Ethan Hutchison
as Blue Bordelon
Tevin Paul
as Bass Player
Noree Victoria
as Monique
Meyon Jacobs
as Tamika
Shimone Woodberry
as Taj Clemens
Michael Robert Hendrick
as Assistant Manager
Josh Morris
as Caesar
Joseph Meissner
as Fire Captain
Melissa Harris-Perry
as Melissa Harris-Perry
Saidah Nairobi
as Sage
Ninja N. Devoe
as Roberta
Ariadne Joseph
as Tara Freeman
Todd Barnett
as Trent McCallum
James Knight
as Official #2
Michael Michele
as Darlene
Rob Springer
as Dinner Guest
Maia Moss-Fife
as Nina Williams
Jaren Mitchell
as Benny Williams
Kesha Bullard
as Raelynn
Noah J. Craig
as Young Ralph Angel
Darone Okolie
as Dude #1
Molly Berg
as Hailey Gaston
Kelvin Payton
as Crowd Member #1
Deena Dill
as News Reporter
Nathaniel Wilder
as Miles
Jeffrey Patrick
as High School Student
Dominic 'Taz' Alexander
as Rid
Scott Hanson
as Newscaster
Christina Marie Karis
as Host
Bryan Terrell Clark
as Leo St. Clair
Jason Edwards
as Bank Associate
Kenneth Kynt Bryan
as Zydeco Dancer
Joy McElveen
as Lady at Motel
Mike Dunston
as TV News Anchor
Giovannie Cruz
as Bea Avila
Tina Lifford
as Violet Bordelon
Laura Cayouette
as Marlene
Erin Dangler
as Beckington Lawyer
Stefan Sims
as Irvin
Divine Prince Ty Emmecca
as Neighbor
Toney Chapman Steele
as Mill Worker
Alexis Holloway
as Female Rapper
Jay Pickett
as Attorney Flynn Daniels
Whitney Goin
as Hostess
Summer Joy Campbell
as Girl (Airport)
Elyse Dinh
as Mrs. Phan
James J. Fuertes
as Hot Guy
Michael Krikorian
as Cop
Carl Palmer
as Howard Fontaine
Nicholas L. Ashe
as Micah West
Trina LaFargue
as Latisha
Sarah-Grace Donnelly
as High School Student
Kendrick Cross
as Jackson Fotenot
Walter Perez
as Romero
Nicoye Banks
as Kevin Jarvis
Shay Mack
as Grocery Customer #1
Naomi Mack
as Mia
Stephen Starkweather
as State Policeman
Hannah Jelinovic
as Supermodel
Marcus M. Mauldin
as James Gipson
Britton Webb
as Collings Fan #1
Shayla Love
as Jasmine
Daniel Saah
as Sportscaster
Shannon Reynosa
as Michelle Wheeler
Terence Rosemore
as Henry Lee
Gretchen Koerner
as Police Officer
Michael Hinson
as Courier
Martin Bats Bradford
as Vern
Lawrence P. Beron
as Inspector Lafayette/Mr. Lafayette
Erica Tazel
as Deesha Brown-Sonnier
Angela Abadie
as Panel Guest
Katrell Dixon
as Customer #2
Tony Vaughn
as Byron Webb
Tony Bruce Wilson Jr.
as Teen #1
Major Dodge
as Officer Remieux
Kermit Burns III
as Farmer #1
Chip Carriere
as White Farmer
Maurice Hall
as Officer Anderson
Dodie Brown
as Susy Rawlings
Gabriel Byrd
as Birthday Party Kid
Margot Bingham
as Tamar Judith
Greg Vaughan
as Calvin
Troy Anthony Hogan
as Cardale Stewart/Cardale
K. Steele
as Strong Voice
Mika Ireland
as Farmer #1
Kenny Gardner
as Photographer
Isaac White
as Too Sweet
Glynn Turman
as Ernest Bordelon
Lara Grice
as Vicky Osborn/Vicky Osborne
Jason Fortuna
as Warehouse Worker
Suzette Lange
as Party Guest/nurse
Tadasay Young
as Krystal
Alan T. Coleman
as Joe Rodriguez
Queen Byrd
as Birthday Party Kid
Gabriel Manak
as Uniformed Cop
Angelica Lawrence
as Jasmine
Nile Memmezzwattay
as Marcus
William Schaff
as Airport/Limo Driver
Deneen Tyler
as Mary Ann Bonclair
Jennifer Pierce Mathus
as Dr. Emily Rachay
Erika Alexander
as LeeAnne
Reagan Gomez-Preston
as Chantal Williams
Catherine Dyer
as Laurie Melber
Tammy Townsend
as Billie
Greta Zehner
as Student #3
Derrick Freeman
as Young Male Worker #2
Gordon Dexheimer
as Bingo Caller/Man at the Country Club
Henry G. Sanders
as Prosper Denton
Telvin Griffin
as Security Guard
Leigh Higginbotham
as Catering Co. Owner
Ty Doran
as Justin
Michael Hill
as News Anchor
John Neisler
as Headmaster Oliver
Sean Stevens
as Rig Worker
Ahmarie Holmes
as Student #4
Lisa Ann Smith
as Kim the Waitress
Roman L. Armstrong
as Vi's Waiter
Jeff Grays
as Dayo Simmons
George Wilson
as Restaurant Owner
Larry Bourne Jr.
as Freemason
Steven Turner
as Rondel
Lamar Lott
as Prep School Parent
Jelani Cobb
as Dr. Jelani Cobb
Brandan Odums
as Brandan 'B Mike' Odums
Eric Blanka
as Clarence
Tobias Forrest
as Alexander Des Champs
Grace Conrad
as Young Nova
Luke Sexton
as Bruce Benson
Andrene Ward-Hammond
as Attorney Valerie Porter
Victoria Hardway
as High Yellow Patron
Marycarmen Lopez
as Reyna Velez
MaryJean Feton
as Julia Gaston
Cullen Moss
as Colton Landry
Gregory Albrecht
as Hank Ramirez
Susan LaBrecque
as Charley's Attorney
Glenna Grant
as Lisette Bowery
Kareem Lewis
as Darius
Escalante Lundy
as Bar Patron
Betty Jeune
as Denise 'Dee' Bonclair
Percy Bell
as NBA Player
True O'Brien
as Stella
Sherri Eakin
as Attendee
Jermaine Rivers
as Paramedic
Max Gabriel Morgan
as Calvin's Son
Amanda Tavarez
as Jordan Montague
Arvilla Riddick
as Registration Lady
Brian Michael Smith
as Toine Wilkins/Toine
Alma Martinez
as Raquel 'Rocky' Ortiz
Christopher Winchester
as Nefarious Dude
Debra Stipe
as Lisa
Dondré T. Whitfield
as Remy Newell
Marshall Lawton
as Preston
Gilbert Glenn Brown
as Luther Briggs
Tanyell Waivers
as Keke
Monifa Days
as Ada House
Roma Maffia
as Estelle Peterson
Robert Louis Taylor
as Dean
Perris Drew
as Terrence
Lauren Gros
as Fan 2
Monique Straw
as Janice
Michael Buonomo
as Sports Reporter
Nick Basta
as Steve McDonald
Kyle Crawford
as Mike (Delivery Guy)/Student
Kj Smith
as Lena
Neil Wells
as Coach/Coach Ross McDonald
Darcel White Moreno
as Janelle
Lucky Johnson
as Delivery Man
Samuel L. Billions
as Alvarez
Lorrie Odom
as Dr. Michelle Thompson
Ashley LeConte Campbell
as Jane
Patrick Bishop
as Rainey Stewart
Lucius Baston
as Local Farmer
Eleanor T. Threatt
as Farmer #2
Rachel G. Whittle
as Local News Reporter
Frederick Lewis
as Customer
Andrew j Spinks
as Property Owner
Alimi Ballard
as Dr. Robert Dubois
Betsy Borrego
as Festival Host
Sonja Morgan
as Calvin's Daughter
Nicholas Bordelon
as Male Secretary
Cree Summer
as Octavia Laurent
Tony Beard
as Groundskeeper
Omar J. Dorsey
as Hollywood Desonier
Lena Georgas
as Miriam Gray
Kayden Grace Swan
as Young Charley
Danielle Lyn
as Lizy
Casey Nelson
as White Man John
Oscar Gale
as Anthony
Lena Richard
as Daughter 1
Tarina Pouncy
as Charmaine Davis
Elton LeBlanc
as Bingo Player
Bobby Gilchrist
as Hank Miller
Stevonte Hart
as KJ
Ivy Dubreuil
as Emily Gaston
Martin Covert
as Banker #1
Karen Dalferes
as Various
Rhonda Johnson Dents
as Parthena
Jacqueline Harris Matherne
as Gas Station Witness

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 16 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2019 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 6

2021 | 10 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) 2016


African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)

Best TV Drama


African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)

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IGN Summer Movie Awards 2016


IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best New TV Series

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