The release date for Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce season 6 — Pending
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Series concept and production info
Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce is a popular Fuse reality television series produced by World of Wonder and executive produced by Fenton Bailey, Jeremy Simmons, Benjamin Hurvitz, Randy Barbato, and Chris McKim, with Harris Fishman and Renee Moncada-McElroy co-executive producing. The series has been on the air since 2013, with the current fifth season that premiered on June 8, 2016.
The series portrays Freddie Ross, an openly gay American musician from New Orleans, who prefers to refer to himself as “she” and is mostly known under the stage name of Big Freedia. He is credited with popularizing a purely New Orleans hip hop-influenced genre of bounce music. Before his work it did not have any mainstream exposure, and Big Freedia`s path to superstardom brought it the well-deserved attention.
Reviews and possible renewal
Big Freedia`s self-confidence and inexhaustible energy are the main reason why the show has enjoyed a five-season run on Fuse. The program tries to stay away from the usual “drama queen” stereotypes, and attempts to show the real side of Big Freedia`s struggles and dreams, her hard work on the journey to success and love for her family. Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce season 5 is currently averaging approximately 0.15 million viewers and scores a 0.1 demographic rating. Fuse has not yet made any announcements regarding the future of the show, but it seems that it has a large enough following that would warrant the renewal of the show about this highly likable character.
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