slowly Netflix It is entering different countries to expand its catalog and original production. Among the cases that resonate most is that of Colombia and the creation of the second series produced there, Always a witch, Based on Yo’s novel, bruja by Isadora Chacón.
This fantasy and science fiction series focuses on the story of Carmen Igeluz (Angeli Gaviria), a young witch of the seventeenth century who was sentenced by the Inquisition to death at stake, but who managed to escape and sneak into the future, in 21st-century Cartagena. It is there that the young woman, having to get used to the development of the new era, learns what her journey means and the dimensions of her strength.
however, Netflix He does not give news Always a witch Since February 28, 2020 when its second season premiered. The eight episodes that make up the last published installment have left fantasy fans shocked as Iaghloz’s strength increases and this causes him more problems.
How it will last Always a witch?
The second season of Always a witch It was released a year ago but in the meantime, It’s impossible to know if Netflix will decide to resume Cartagena’s history of magic In fact, they did not publish any official announcement about it. But what happened in the last chapter raised the hopes of the followers.
And so the second season ended:
During the last installment of Always a witchCarmen becomes obsessed with Shadows Book, which contains a secret chapter that can help her increase her strength. But, for this, she needs the help of another dynasty witch, and thus, creates a bond with her opponent, Amanda, who ends up betraying her.
So much so, that this has brought her a series of problems and her friends, to help her, must give up on their dreams for life. It is for this same reason that the pirate Cobo ends in death and Alice, in a desperate attempt to see him again, decides to travel to the past.
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