translated from Spanish: “Red Sky”: Season Two Trailer Revealed

Netflix today unveiled the official trailer for the second installment of Sky Rojo, the acclaimed Spanish series starring Argentina’s Lali Espósito, Cuba’s Yany Prado, and Spaniards Verónica Sánchez, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Asier Etxeandia and Enric Auquer.

In this second installment adrenaline, action and Latin pulp will once again be the protagonists of these new 8 episodes that will be released worldwide on July 23 exclusively by the streaming platform.

This season we will see Wendy (Espósito), Coral (Sánchez) and Gina (Prado) more united than ever. The roles will be changed and now the hunters will become prey: the girls seek revenge at all costs.

Lali Espósito as Wendy

In the preview images coral can be heard narrating the adventure that continues with his henchmen and provides a definition: “Inquina: (Sust.) – Word that refers to repulsion, aversion, opposition, tirria, anger, resentment. Hurting the one who did it to you.”

Yany Prado as Gina

That will be the motivation for friends to come back stronger and thirst for justice than ever in what will be the second part of the the thelma & Louise best-style escape that began with the first 8 episodes of the first season that premiered in March 2021.

Veronica Sanchez as Coral

Meanwhile, the villains of the story Romeo (Etxeandia), Moses (Sylvester) and Christian (Auquer) continue to try to catch them, but unlike them, they begin to have differences and their loyalty begins to suffer.

Asier Etxeandia as Romeo and Michelangelo Silvestre as Moses

Created by Vancouver Media, the same producers of La Casa de Papel, Sky Rojo achieved audience records and became one of the latest phenomena of Netflix Latin America.

Of course, since this is a highly sensitive issue for society and feminism around the world, the story was not left out of the controversies, mainly about how it addressed the problem of sex work and human trafficking. 

Now we just have to wait for the second part of the series that arrives in a month’s time on Netflix.

Original source in Spanish

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