Netflix is going to launch a biographical series named Luis Miguel: The Series. It is about the life story of a Mexican singer, if you are a big fan of this singer then you have had to wait a little longer for the second season of this series.
Netflix just only has shared the first official trailer online on 22nd March. The series will be premiered on Netflix on 18th April at 8 p.m. EST and the latest episodes will be hit weekly every Sunday.
This series is going to featuring with Diego Boneta, Oscar Jaenada, Izan Llunas, Paulina Davila, Martin Bello, Anna Favella, Cesar Bordon, Juanpa Zurita, and Vanessa Bauche.
Season one of this series is contained thirteen episodes, which was premiered in 2018. After three years and also one pandemic year, Mexican singer and actor Diego Boneta comes back with the character title. This man was spent the first season of the series maneuvering his path through fame, issues with his family members, and also kept in secret his private life.
It has informed that the second season of this series will be launched in two timelines and exposed the turbulence of the musician that he had to overcome in his professional and personal life of betrayals, secrets, reunions, challenges, and sorrow.
In the trailer, it has depicted that Boneta’s Luis is entertaining his thousands of fans in packed arenas and also get some invitation to travel to New York City to meet Frank Sinatra. He tells Luis that he understands that Luis is quite the crooner.
In this, we have seen that Luis fall to his knees while on stage and grab his ears, mostly from the tinnitus that he has suffered from since his childhood. In an interview in 2015 with Argentina’s El Universal, Luis had opened about his ear problems, on this context he was told that sometimes life tested you and you had to overcome those difficulties.
Luis has confronted his estranged daughter Michelle and his grandmother Matilde in the latter portion of the trailer, who is giving the threat to take Luis’s younger brother Sergio to Madrid.
This series is contained with eight episodes that should definitely be filled with as much drama as the first one has.
Here is the Official Trailer: