Here Are Films Produced By The Ferguson
Ferguson Films is one of South Africa’s most successful production companies, and has produced and created many popular shows, such as The Queen, The Throne and Unmarried.
Ferguson Films has become one of the most dreadful production companies in South Africa since its inception in 2010. Owned by well-known actors and producers, Connie and Shona Ferguson, the production company has delivered some of the most watched telenovelas currently on air, with many others also said to be in production.
Currently, The Queen takes up the weeknight primetime slot on Mzansi Magic, and has been ranked as one of the most watched telenovelas on South African television. Ferguson Films has put forward many other telenovelas throughout the years, however, The Queen has remained its leading production for years. Other shows which have been created and produced by Ferguson Films include; Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Wild and The Imposter.
Ferguson Films also recently premiered the second season of the weekly show, Unmarried, which returned after two years. The series focuses on three independent women who are faced with unexpected twists and turns in their family lives and careers in a misogynistic world. The series airs on Mzansi Magic on Monday nights, and has become highly popular amongst viewers.
The production company was also well into the production phase of another series, Kings Of Jo’burg, which saw both an international and local cast. Whilst it was expected to air in 2020, Ferguson Films has not commented on the progress of the show, although it is speculated that the nationwide lockdown had a significant impact on the release of the series.
The Ferguson’s work closely with the production team on all of the shows, whilst also taking on various acting roles. Connie serves as the lead character, Harriet Khoza, on The Queen, whilst Shona played Jerry Maake. In August 2020, Shona exited the storyline, as he chose to spend more time behind the camera, instead of on screen.