Episode Twelve: The Official Queen Sugar Podcast | Queen Sugar | OWN

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EPISODE 12: This week on the penultimate episode of The Official Queen Sugar Podcast, executive producer Paul Garnes is joined by actress Amirah Vann (“Parker”) and actor Dondré T. Whitfield (“Remy”). The Official Queen Sugar Podcast is produced by ARRAY Filmworks.

Celebrate the love and happiness of the Bordelon’s final chapter. Queen Sugar’s 7th and final season airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm ET/PT only on OWN.

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