Netflix 'Dark Desire' Season 2: 5 things to know about the Mexican mystery series
Netflix is back once again, bringing back 'Dark Desire' for a brand-new second season. The Mexican series is created by Leticia López Margalli. The mystery series was first released in 2020 in about 180 countries worldwide.
What's more, the series ended up ranking among the top 10 most-watched series in all of Mexico, Spain, and the US. The mystery series revolves around the series' lead actress and protagonist, Alma Solares (played by Maite Perroni) who decides to leave her house for a quick weekend getaway, only to have her life turned upside down, all on a decision based on a whim.
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When does 'Dark Desire' release and where can you watch it?
Season 2 of 'Dark Desire' premieres on February 2, 2022, on Netflix.
What is 'Dark Desire' all about?
The official synopsis reads: "Married Alma spends a fateful weekend away from home that ignites passion, ends in tragedy, and leads her to question the truth about those close to her".
Who stars in the mystery series?
Maite Perroni as Alma Solares
Maite Perroni is one of the most famous artists in the Latin film industry, with her latest project being the lead actress in Netflix's upcoming Spanish series, 'Oscuro Deseo' (Dark Desire). Perroni is also the lead in the Spanish series, 'Herederos por Accidente' (Heirs by Accident).
Perroni has won several accolades, including the Tvynovelas Awards' Best Young Actress for her role in 'Cuidado con el Ángel' ('Don't mess with an Angel'), the Most Popular Social Media Artist 2011, the Best Actress in a Leading Role as well as Favorite Leading Actress at the Premios Juventud 2016; both for the soap opera called, 'Antes Muerta Que Lichita' ('Anything But Plain').
She also won Best Actress in a Leading Role at the TvyNovelas Awards in 2018 for her outstanding performance in 'Papá A Toda Madre'.
The series is created and written by Leticia López Margalli.