If you are a fan of a singer Selena Quintanella We have good news for you: the platform Netflix They confirmed that they will do the second season of Series Who talks about the life of this famous translator.
The first batch was released last Friday 4 December. Due to his success, it is now known that the official date for the premiere of Part Two will be next Friday, May 14th.
This has been confirmed Netflix Via his official Twitter account, the message quickly spread widely and filled the day’s fans with joy.
Selena sang: “Baila esta cumbia” and 25 million families danced to the rhythm of the first season of Selena: The Series In the first 28 days. In addition, it was in the top ten out of 23 countries including Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Colombia and the United States, “the famous company said.
And so that no one remains seated, Season Two comes Netflix May 14. * He is excited, he no longer has reasons, I cannot control him *, he assured himself in another message.
Netflix Latinoamérica (NetflixLAT) January 15, 2021
Despite the criticism, Christian Ceratos would continue the lead role
The series, “The Boy from Apartment 512”, which tells the story of the life and work of the subtitles, stars 30-year-old actress Christian Ceratos, best known for her role in The Walking Dead.
Some of the “Tex-Mex” followers were outraged at the first season of Selena: The Series, Because they considered that the girl did not resemble a musical idol. However, the second part of the production will feature his participation and the participation of the original cast.
It should be noted that the official account of Instagram From Selena QuintanellaRun by his family, he also celebrated the advent of a new season of the series:
“In the first four weeks, 25 million families sang Como la Flor with Selena: The Series, and we’re ready to repeat the performance when new episodes are released in May!”
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