After a successful first installment of Red sky, many fans are looking forward to the second season of the Spanish show that promises to have much more action and suspense compared to its predecessor.
The sequel will reunite the three protagonists again to seek the revenge they had so longed for. Next, we mention all the details of the fiction prior to its release in streaming.
What will we see in season 2 of Red Sky?
This new installment will bring Coral, Wendy and Gina back, after having escaped from La Novias nightclub. They will take advantage of their recent freedom to face other paths and will have as a mission to take revenge on the three men who made them suffer: Romeo, Moses and Christian.
When will Red Sky season 2 premiere?
In a latest Netflix social media post, it was revealed that Red Sky, Season 2 can be seen from the Friday, July 23, 2021.
Where to see Red Sky, season 2 online?
The second season of Red Sky will arrive via streaming on the virtual platform of Netflix. Also, the series will have a total of eight episodes.
Red Sky 2 – Official Trailer
Red Sky season 2 cast
Without knowing the fate of Romeo and Moisés, everything indicates that most of the actors from the first installment will be present in the new episodes. Among them are Verónica Sanchez (Coral), Lali Esposito (Wendy), Yany Prado (Gina), Miguel Ángel Silvestre (Moisés), Enric Auquer (Christian) and Asier Etxeandia (Romeo).
What is Red Sky about?
The fiction focuses on the story of three prostitutes, an Argentine, a Cuban and a Spanish, who flee from the club in which they lived. They not only decide to change their lives, but they will start an emergency trip after seriously injuring the pimp who was holding them there.
The trio will go on a road trip knowing that, after what they have done, death is more than assured. With several crimes on their backs that prevent them from going to the Police, the hitmen of their former boss will pursue them throughout Spain. They only have two options left: flee or face their pursuers.
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