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Queen Of The South - Season 4


Season 4No. of episodes13PremiereBienvenidos a Nuevo OrleansFinaleVienen Por TiTransmission datesJune 6, 2019 - August 29, 2019Season chronologyPreviousNextSeason 3Season 5The fourth season of Queen of the South was confirmed on October 1, 2018 and features new showrunners: Dailyn Rodriguez and Ben Lobato. They were promoted to co-showrunners and executive producers, taking over for Natalie Chaidez. Dailyn Rodriguez has been on the writing staff since Season 2 and had been a co-executive producer. Ben Lobato has been part of the writing staff since Season 1 and had served as supervising producer.




Queen of the South - Season 4



The official Queen of the South twitter account released this video of Hemky Madera to announce the renewal on October 2, 2018. The writers room met on October 29, 2018 to start planning the next season [1], and a picture was posted of the writers room the following day, notably not including writer and actor Ryan O'Nan [2]. This season was entirely directed by women or people of color [3]. Filming was expected to begin in January 2019, according to writer Jorge Reyes [4]. In reality, filming began in February of 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana in southern United States [5]. As of March 21, 2019, they had shot four episodes [6]. As of May 12, 2019, they were ten episodes into production [7]. It premiered on June 6, 2019 [8][9][10][11].


In this season, Teresa has ascended to the throne by gaining control of a smuggling operation that extends from Sinaloa to Phoenix, Miami and now to New Orleans. In Season 4 Teresa expands her operation to NYC and gets in business with the Russian mafia despite having numerous setbacks in her base city of New Orleans. Teresa survives personal loses and understands that one needs to be ruthless to survive in this business. Three notable antagonists are introduced: corrupt judge Cecil Lafayette, Cuban drug dealer El Gordo, and street gang godfather Marcel Dumas. [12]


In my interview with Alica Braga, I asked if Teresa would find some romance even though James and Guero are out of the picture. She mentioned that we'd find hints in the latest video promo for the new season.


Starring Alice Braga and based on the best-selling book La Reina Del Sur by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Queen of the South tells the powerful story of Teresa Mendoza (Braga), a woman who is forced to run from the Mexican cartel and seek refuge in America. In season four of Queen of the South, Teresa Mendoza expands to the East Coast by taking on the Big Easy. But when new enemies emerge and familial trust is broken, Teresa is forced to make difficult decisions that weigh heavy on her soul.


One of the most popular TV series the USA Network has to offer, Queen of the South has gone from strength to strength each season. Sadly though, despite not originally expected to be the final season, it was announced on March 8th that it was the case.


Netflix Canada and Australia are also likely to receive the fifth season of Queen of the South around the same time as Netflix UK. All other regions of Netflix carry Queen of the South and will likely get the fifth season in early 2022 too.


USA crime drama Queen of the South follows Teresa Mendoza (Alice Braga), a poor Mexican woman who rises in stature as she builds a massive drug empire over the course of four seasons. Yet her newfound status only brings Teresa further complications, which doesn't even include the DEA, mutiny within the ranks, and rivals conspiring to bring her down. The series focuses on the drug lord's fight not just for wealth and power, but to survive.


The season finale, "Vienen Por Ti ("They Come For You"), left viewers on an enigmatic cliffhanger that has yet to be answered by a fifth and final season. Let's take a look at exactly where Teresa was left at the end of Queen of The South season 4.


After a season centered around the bloody feud between Teresa and corrupt local judge Lafeyette, one thing is for certain: Teresa has finally become the drug lord she wanted to be, but at a terrible cost. The conflict led to the death of her godson Tony and ultimately hastened her evolution. Per EW, co-showrunner Ben Lobato said that "Tony's death really is a catalyst and a turning point for her. This is now arching for her towards the one thing that we've all been waiting for, which is for her to become queen."


In the last scene of the season 4 finale, a mysterious car pulls up to Teresa's warehouse and dumps James, the former Mendoza sicario and Teresa's love interest, into her waiting arms. Badly injured, James tells her that "They're coming for you." But who exactly is coming? Which people, or which organization, has it out for Teresa?


While Teresa Mendoza's story has already come to a close on the page, there are still a lot of possibilities left for her on screen. In an interview with Parade, star Alice Braga explained that the challenge and excitement of letting her character change from season to season is one of the most thrilling parts of working on TV.


The wait is over for Queen Of The South fans! The crime series starring Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza is back for a fourth season on the USA Network! Watch for Teresa to expand her empire to the East Coast as she sets up shop in New Orleans, Louisiana!


Soap Hub spoke to executive producers Dailyn Rodriguez and Ben Lobato as to what viewers can expect this season when Teresa continues to fight for survival and her humanity in a world in which lives can easily end!


After five well-watched and enjoyed seasons, USA Network canceled the action-crime series "Queen of the South," announcing the show's end before the debut of the final season in April of 2021. The show's storyline didn't feel like it had plans of stopping anytime soon, nor was the fifth season the planned end of the series. Fans of the show were shocked when the announcement of the cancellation came, especially considering "Queen of the South" frequently hit the top of the Netflix trending shows list when seasons showed up on the streaming service post-television broadcast.


The USA Network has never officially confirmed what we already know, but season 4 of "Queen of the South" reportedly saw a considerable drop of about 20 percent in ratings, despite the show still being the most-watched drama on the channel. Season 5 showed an even bigger drop, proving the network's likely fear that interest in the series was waning. Ratings were definitely a big influence on the show's cancellation, but the changing landscape of the USA Network is the more likely culprit.


While it was never confirmed officially, season 4 of Queen Of The South saw a noticeable drop in ratings. That said, it remained the most-watched drama show belonging to the USA Network, per Newsweek.


Shortly before season 5's release, executive producers Dailyn Rodriguez, Ben Lobato and David Friendly made a joint statement: "We could not be prouder of our entire cast and crew that joined us on this magnificent journey," they shared.


"Queen of the South began shooting in Mexico City, brought us to faraway places like Malta and Colombia and finally landed in New Orleans. We cannot wait to share the explosive final season with our devoted fans. And, of course, we could not have made this show without the talented and tireless Alice Braga, who brought our queen to life." 041b061a72


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