Critic Consensus: With an authenticity of culture and place and strong performances throughout, Queen Sugar rises above melodrama in this alluring, unhurried and powerful portrait of a fractious black American family.
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as Nova Bordelon
as Charley Bordelon West
as Ralph Angel Bordelon
as Violet Bordelon
as Hollywood Desonier
as Remy Newell
as Davis West
as Micah West
as Blue Bordelon
as Reyna Velez
News & Interviews for Queen Sugar: Season 1
Queen Sugar, which tracks the Bordelon family of Louisiana, is willfully stylized and leisurely.
In a world of cutting-edge TV with a glut of shows about anti-heroes who are often hard to root for, Queen Sugar gives viewers plenty of people, all of whom feel so familiar, to champion.
Queen Sugar is confident enough in itself and its audience that it offers up dreamy actors and hot pairings with no anxiety that this will somehow undercut its more serious aspirations. It is an extremely alluring combination.
Queen Sugar is one of the most beautiful shows ever to air on television.
Queen Sugar skirts soapiness, but it does so with such an array of talent, such a specificity of culture and place, and with so much grace that it rises above mere melodrama.
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