Pearl Thusi: Thankful to everyone who has supported me in the Netflix crisis

Pearl Thusi: Thankful to everyone who has supported me in the Netflix crisis

Actress Pearl Thusi has been left overwhelmed by the number of individuals who want Netflix to bring back the second season of the hit African series, Queen Sono.

Pearl Thusi: Thankful to everyone who has supported me in the Netflix crisis

The actress took to Twitter to precise her gratitude to fans who started a petition in favor of the return of Queen Sono.

In November last year, Netflix SA confirmed that Africa’s first-ever Netflix Original series wouldn’t be renewed for a second season.

Since then fans are yearning and bugging Pearl on whether she’d be back on set shooting the action-packed thriller series.

While fans remained looking forward to the second season, some decided to start out a petition to point out Netflix how serious they’re about wanting them to bring back Queen Sono.

With over 150 people already having have signed the petition that was started on Wednesday, January 20, Pearl was left gobsmacked by the love of her followers.

Here are a number of the reactions to the petition:

Though fans are calling for Netflix to rethink their decision to not continue filming Queen Sono, in March last year Pearl pleaded with fans to not pirate the Netflix show, Queen Sono, saying it could have an enormous impact on other shows beginning of Africa from Netflix.

After the premiere of the spy action-drama series, Netflix’s first African original series, the show was doing well worldwide and got many of us talking.

However, despite the hype, Pearl urged fans to not pirate the series after one fan told her she would do her part to support the series by downloading it, sharing a snap of her getting it from a file-sharing site.

Pearl was shocked and disappointed by the tweet and asked the fan to not pirate the show.

She said everyone involved had worked hard to form it a hit and that they needed all the watches on Netflix they might get.

“Babe, please don’t pirate our show. We worked so hard thereon and therefore the numbers via the platform itself will help the success of the show and other shows out of Africa on Netflix,” Pearl wrote.

Comments are closed.