Season 2 of ‘The Five Juanas’ has debuted on Netflix; when can we expect it?
Season 1 of The Five Juanashas, which starred Sofia Engberg, Oka Giner, and Renata Notni, has already surpassed expectations among lovers of modern telenovelas and beyond.
The new Netflix comedy, written by Jimena Romero, the daughter of Colombian actor, playwright, and director Bernardo Romero Pereiro, offers a rare insight into the improbable experiences of five women who meet for the first time in Cancn, Mexico.
The Five Juanas Season 1 premiered on Netflix on October 6, 2021, and some fans have already binge-watched the captivating opera.
The Netflix series Juana Matilde (Juanita Arias), Juana Bautista (Sofia Engberg), Juana Caridad (Oka Giner), Juana Valentina (Renata Notni), and Juana Manuela (Zuria Vega) are five ladies who realize they all have identical birthmarks on their backsides after being evacuated following an earthquake.
Season 1 of the telenovela follows them as they try to figure out how they’re linked. The procedure entails DNA tests and some investigation into their ties to a specific Simón Marroqun (Carlos Ponce).
The Five Juanas has nostalgia-inducing flashbacks, individuals extrapolating their thoughts in voiceover, and plenty of closeups for dramatic effect, all while paying homage to the original 1997 serial Las Juanas. So, will there be a Season 2? Regrettably, Netflix is yet to make a judgment regarding the show’s future. Most of the time, the streaming site approves television shows weeks after they initially air. Of course, there are some exceptions. Take, for example, Sex Education, which was renewed for a fourth season in September 2021, the same month that Season 3 was released on Netflix. In any case, Netflix has yet to send out a press release to The Five Juanas fans.
The birthmark revelations inspire the five women — a journalist, a clairvoyant, a nun, a stripper, and a singer — to band together and find more about the carefully guarded portions of their lives. They vow to avenge Rogelio (Antonio Denetro) for sullying the family name in the second half of Season 1.
One of the final pictures, according to Looper, depicts a mysterious woman solving a conundrum. She has the same birthmark as the other girls, which could mean that there will be more drama and intrigue in the future.
Brinkwire is a quick description of Bernardo Romero Pereiro’s original series.