Family Crisis, Frank Sinatra, and Tinnitus: The Milestones brought by the second season of Luis Miguel
“The brighter the sun, the darker the shadows,” reads the keyword phrase in New trailer From the series “Luis Miguel” released this afternoon. The first extended preview of the second season of the production that Netflix will premier on April 18th.
Although the clip introduces new highlights of the milestones, events and tragedies that will be covered in these eight new episodes, it also explains the gray and dark areas in the Mexican singer’s biography that the series intends to reveal.
To the rhythm of “What a Woman”, his success in 1993, the trailer defines the two time frames in which the plot will travel in this new tournament, once again starring Diego Bonita. On the one hand, the height of his continental fame and stardom, with milestones such as his meeting with Frank Sinatra in the US – during the 80th anniversary of “La Voz” – resulted in a duet between the two.
The singer is also shown rebuking his uncle for the disappearance of his mother, Marcella Bastery; The artist’s encounter with his daughter Michel Salas, especially his battle against the chronic image of tinnitus, the hearing disease that has characterized the artistic present and life on the Mexican stage in recent years.
“The eight episodes, narrated in two time steps, show the singer at a crossroads: how to approach international fame as a pop idol in Latin America while seeking to balance the demands of his tense family life,” Netflix advances with an release.
“At the height of his success in the 1990s, Luis Miguel (Diego Bonita) was left in charge of caring for his siblings after the death of their father and tries to repair his relationship with his girlfriend Erica (Camila Sodi). Hugo (Cesar Burdon), actor and father figure to Mickey, fights cancer, and new actor, Patricio Robles (Pablo Cruz Guerrero), shake things up at the talent agency, “he explained.
“In the early 2000s, while trying to decipher the mystery of his mother’s mysterious disappearance, Luis Miguel healed his mother’s wound by reconnecting with his estranged daughter, Michele (Macarena Ascha), whom he had not seen for over a decade,” adds a text.
The premiere of the second season was initially set for 2020, but was postponed due to the pandemic: After the successful first edition of 2018, which in addition to revolutionizing broadcasting, revived the interpreter’s life, Netflix began recording the second season in January of last year but filming stopped Amid quarantine and health restrictions.
New episodes of the series will be available on the broadcast platform every Sunday starting April 18 at 8:00 PM (in Chile).
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