Juju Web Series Season 2

The girls return home to learn about their mystical lineage; but to do so, each of them must face generational curses that made them flee, to begin with. This project shows magic across the African diaspora in a positive light and gives us a refreshing look into sisterhood, culture, and history.


A curse has been broken.

Last season opened up with a birthday celebration. Ally, the fiery workaholic, and the last witch to turn to 28 broke a spell dating back centuries. Ada was sent by the ancestors to prepare and help guide them through their powers, but there's one thing she's not telling them. On every corner awaits a different evil that plots the girls' demise as they power through their taxing adult life and deal with their newfound powers.

In this first season and introduction to a world never seen before, these girls had to learn to accept who they are and the destiny that was bestowed on them. The tone was soft-hearted, tender, and fun. We introduced different characters, cultures, and supernatural beings. Now it's time to get to the good stuff.

Watch Season One Now 



In season two, we explore the girls' lineage, heritage, and where they come from. The witches' are forced to go back to the homes they desperately wanted to escape. A place where generational trauma and curses still exist. However, these are places that hold the answers to who they are and who the women before them were.

We will take a deeper look into the childhoods of each witch, the backstory of our other supernatural characters, and the worlds they come from. What's Chelsea's motive? Why is Ada really here? What is the prophecy? Is Jules a good vamp? Where's Kyle's wolf pack? 


Moon Ferguson , Executive Producer, Writer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor


Moon has a passion for creating true-to-life characters and compelling storylines. In addition to screenwriting, Moon's other passion lies in directing and cinematography. She attended Miami Dade College for Film Production and Southern New Hampshire University for Screenwriting. Her first project, Mental: A Three Film, is a film series about mental health and how it is handled and received in the West Indian culture. Mental was an official selection for the African American Women in Cinema Film Festival in March 2018. 

Moon's Chinese-Jamaican background helps her create characters and stories from the experiences she's had aside from film, Moon is a mother to an 11-year-old boy, Tahj. Her experiences as a single, teen mom fuel her to be an aspiration to mothers all around.


A story that was needed.

The response to Juju: The Web Series has been overwhelming. We've garnered so many viewers in such a short amount of time (in a span of three months!) We've had comments from all social media platforms thanking us for creating content for Black women and little Black girls. It has been an honor to take back control of the narrative surrounding our countries, cultures, traditions, and spiritualities.  We want to continue to do the same for SZN II.



We're here to prove a point.

We're here to make our mark in the film and television industry. We're here to prove that not only do Black people and People of Color love fantasy and sci-fi but that our history literally possesses the elements of magic dating back to the dawn of time. It's time to make room for more stories in the supernatural realm. More vampires, more werewolves, more witches, and just more magic in color.

Securing funding would give us the resources we need to represent everyone's story clearly. 



Our goal is to deliver excellence.

Fantasy projects require a little more tender, love and care when it comes to producing from inception to completion. We've been transparent with our process. We had a few hiccups that we would like to improve on, the most important being lighting and sound. 

Funding will help us in all phases of production (development, pre-production, production, post-production).



Here are some dope articles and YouTube reviews:


• NERDIST // Juju Webseries Establishes an Intriguing Black Witch Saga 

• AFROPUNK // Yoruba Witches Grapple with Adulthood in Juju Web Series 

• SYFY // Juju is the Black Witch Story That Fans Have Been Waiting for 


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