'Who Killed Sara?' Season 3: Air date, how to live stream, cast and all you need to know about the Latin American show

Season 2 of 'Who Killed Sara?' ended on a massive cliffhanger and people are eagerly waiting for another season to arrive


                            'Who Killed Sara?' Season 3: Air date, how to live stream, cast and all you need to know about the Latin American show
Manolo Cardona in 'Who Killed Sara?' Season 2 (Netflix)

Season 2 of the hit Latin American show ‘Who Killed Sara?’ released this week on Netflix and as soon as the show dropped on the streaming platform, it went on to claim the number one spot in more than 60 countries. The show’s popularity has only continued to rise with the release of its second season.

Season 1 saw Alex Guzman (Manolo Cardona) getting out of prison for a crime that he never committed and is ready to take revenge from the Lazcano family. Meanwhile, Season 2 picked up from where Season 1 left off. The latest edition sees Alex facing his worst nightmare: his sister’s Sara true personality, whom clearly he never knew at all. However, there are still a lot of questions left to be answered after the shocking end to Season 2 and fans are really hoping for the team to arrive with another season. But, will there be another season? The answer is YES!!! Here’s everything we know about Season 3 of ‘Who Killed Sara?’

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Manolo Cardona as Alex Guzman in 'Who Killed Sara?' (Netflix)

 

Air time

No release date for ‘Who Killed Sara?’ Season 3 has not been revealed yet. But the streaming service reportedly confirmed the arrival of another season during the end credits of Season 2. As soon as the end credits begin to roll, viewers could see “it’s official: Season 3 is coming” appearing on their screens. There was a gap of two months in between the first two seasons, but it might be longer this time around. Once the full schedule is available, we will update this space.

How to live stream

Just like the previous two seasons, the upcoming edition will also be premiering exclusively on Netflix. Subscribe to Netflix directly, via a mobile app store (App Store, Google Play). You can also watch Season 1 and Season 2 by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously, costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan costs $9 per month.

A still from Season 2 of 'Who Killed Sara?' (Netflix)

Plot

The ending of Season 2 has made everyone believe that the person behind Sara Guzman’s death (Ximena Lamadrid) is still out there. In the finale episode, Nicandro's (Matias Novoa) conversation with Dr Alanis hints at where the story is headed next.

Viewers also got to learn that despite her confession, Marifer (Litzy) was not responsible for Sara’s tragic death. The scene also revealed that Sara was being studied for some kind of mysterious psychological project. The circumstances that led to Sara’s untimely demise will once again be the major plotline in Season 3.

Cast

All the original cast members are reportedly returning for Season 3. Manolo Cardona will return as Alex Guzman while Ximena Lamadrid will be reprising the role of Sara Guzman.  The entire Lazcano family will also be returning. Claudia Ramirez will reprise the role as the matriarch, Mariana, while Gines Garcia Milan will be returning to portray the role of Cesar, along with the Lazcano children, Elisa (Carolina Miranda), José María “Chema” Lazcano (Eugenio Siller), and Rodolfo Lazcano (Alejandro Nones).

 



 

 

Meanwhile, Matias Novoa will be once again playing the role of Nicandro in the upcoming season.

Creators

The series is created and penned by prolific Chilean writer Jose Ignacio Valenzuela. The Chilean writer is known for writing projects like ‘Y manana sera Otro dia mejor’, ‘Santa Diabla’ and ‘Behind Closed Doors’.

Jose Ignacio Valenzuela (IMDb)

 

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