‘Who Killed Sara?’ season 2 is officially happening, and its release date is even closer than expected.
Netflix's Mexican thriller ‘Who Killed Sara?’ is currently dominating Netflix's top 10 worldwide, and if you're one of the subscribers who were left hanging after binge-watching all 10 episodes, then we have great news.
The series is renewed for season 2, and what is even better is you do not have to wait for long before it arrives!
'Who Killed Sara?' is a gripping thriller series on Netflix. It follows Alex (played by Manolo Cardona), who gets framed for the murder of his sister.
After coming out of prison for a crime he didn't commit, he sets out his investigation to get revenge. However, finding who is truly responsible for the death of his sister is not that easy, especially when you go against the powerful Lazcano family.
Here is everything you need to know about ‘Who Killed Sara?’ Season 2.
Release Date: May 19, 2021
Yes! You read that right! You don't have to wait for at least a year to get the new season for ‘Who Killed Sara?’ Netflix is releasing season 2 on May 19, 2021. That is just 2 months gap since season 1 premiered on 24 March 2021.
The renewal announcement came just a few days after the show hit the platform.
Following the renewal announcement, lead actor Manolo Cardona went to Instagram to thank fans for their enormous support of the series.
The translated caption read:
"Yohoo! Thanks to the success and response of the public with the first season of Who Killed Sara? It is official that we are on the second one
@netflix @muynetflix @netflixlat Thank you all for your messages and for continuing to recommend the series. Those who have not seen it, do not miss it! ✨🙌🏼
The first season ended exactly how it started. It went back to the tragic event of Sara's death. A series of flashbacks gave us clues about what truly happened that day.
However, there are still a lot of missing pieces left in the puzzle. Alex's quest to finding out who murdered his sister will continue to season 2.
Numerous questions left us hanging after season 1 ended, including whose skull did Alex dig up in his backyard? The second diary will also make things more complicated for Alex. The secret journal revealed a different side of Sara that even his brother didn't know.
Netflix España's Twitter account posted a brief teaser teasing (translated from Spanish):
"Alex will have to face a much more dangerous question: Who really was his sister?"
Álex tendrá que enfrentarse a una pregunta mucho más peligrosa:— Netflix España (@NetflixES) March 29, 2021
¿quién era realmente su hermana? El 19 de mayo llega la segunda temporada de '¿Quién mató a Sara?'. pic.twitter.com/d2bcFEMhdC
The first season left a lot of unfinished business for Álex Guzmán, so naturally, we are expecting to see Manolo Cardona back for the central role. We are also likely to see Ximena Lamadrid back as his sister Sara Guzman.
The Lazcano family is also returning for season 2. That includes Alejandro Nones as Rodolfo Lazcano, Carolina Miranda as Elisa Lazcano, Eugenio Siller as Chema Lazcano, Ginés García Millán as César Lazcano, and Claudia Ramírez as Mariana Lazcano.
There will be new faces to be introduced in the upcoming season. Matías Novoa, Daniel Giménez Cacho, and Antonio de la Vega are joining the cast list. Their exact roles are yet to be revealed, but we are expecting to know more as the season 2 premiere comes closer.
Aside from the abovementioned actors, there's another extensive list of cast addition for the second season:
They are Ginés García Millán, Claudia Ramírez, Eugenio Siller and Alejandro Nones, with performances by Leo Deluglio, Andrés Baida, Ana Sofía Domínguez, Polo Morín, Luis Roberto Guzmán, Fátima Molina, Ela Velden, de la Vega and Litzy Domínguez among others.
There's no official trailer yet, but we already have a teaser for ‘Who Killed Sara?’ Season 2 (which we shared above).
Don't worry because the premiere date for the second season is coming closer, so the official trailer will be here soon too.
We will update this space once the official trailer is released.
Haven't seen ‘Who Killed Sara?’ season 1 yet? Go and watch the complete episodes on Netflix now!