Viewers Lose Patience With The Queen's Boring Storylines

They want the show to go on a production break

By  | Sep 09, 2021, 12:37 PM 

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Viewers of The Queen are becoming increasingly bored with its dull storyline. Some have taken to Twitter to express their displeasure with the show and have asked for a break for production if no changes are made.

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The show which airs on Mzansi Magic is the brainchild of Ferguson Films, a production company owned by Connie Ferguson and her late husband Shona Ferguson.

Prior to Shona's death, the show was leaving viewers on the edge of their seats, but now it seems it is losing viewers. Remember when the Sabata's stormed into the Khoza's mansion armed and ready to kill everyone?

Tweeps gushed over Jessica's stellar performance. Since Connie is on break, fans have been forced to watch Brutus and Nomsa's love triangle and they are not happy.

Here are some of the reactions from Twitter users
It is unclear when Connie will return following the tragic death of her husband Shona Ferguson. The actor and TV producer died a month ago from COVID-19 related complications.

He was admitted to Milpark Hospital where he spent two weeks. Connie's sister delivered a moving eulogy at the late media mogul Shona Ferguson's funeral that left everyone weeping. She went as far as speaking about the very first time he got weak when he contracted COVID-19.

“My brother was diagnosed with Covid-19 on the 26th of June. The treatment started at home for about a week. The symptoms worsened and he was admitted to Pinehaven hospital on the 3rd of July where he struggled with low oxygen levels. It got worse a bit and he moved to high care a week later after admission.”

“Unfortunately, on the 29th around 23h50 after we had spent the day there. The saying we should rush to the hospital, we spent the whole night with him, until the next day on the 30th and around past 7, the doctor came and told us to keep doing what we were doing because he is now stable and looking better. We went back home and freshened up and as soon as we were done we got another call saying come back to the hospital. Unfortunately, when we got there the doctors told us that my brother had just left us.”

His passing sent shockwaves across the world and left a huge void in the local acting industry.

Connie recently opened up the passing of Shona saying it still feels unreal and shared a word with those who have lost their loved ones, "Exactly a month today and it still feels surreal. It’s always been said that LEGENDS NEVER DIE! Only now do I really understand that saying and appreciate the following verse in a way I haven’t really before;

Speaking on her husband’s legacy, Connie revealed that she will continue to grow her husband’s legacy.

“Shona lived. He came into the industry like a tornado. Mr. Ferguson was the most underrated actor in this country. As a performer, as an artist. I don’t think we appreciated him enough. I think we are showing appreciation now that he is gone. But here’s what I’m grateful for, I can feel that this angel was loved by many. I can feel that he was revered by many. And where he is now, if you think Ferguson films is great, know that Ferguson films is great. Because that is my husband’s legacy, and it is going to continue growing from strength to strength If I have anything to do with it.”

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