The second season of ‘Who killed Sara?’ is already sweeping Netflix. The eight episodes of the batch lead the most viewed on the platform, surpassing ‘The innocent’ by Mario Casas and competing with Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ for the highest position on the podium. Its ending left an enigmatic cliffhanger which has caused fans to wonder if there will be a third season.
The second season of ‘Who killed Sara?’ it ended with the revelation -to the public- that the real murderer of the young woman was Nicandro (Matías Novoa) and not Marifer (Litzy), as everyone thinks.
The girl was part of an experimental scientific project in which Dr. Alanís was involved (Daniel Giménez Cacho), the psychiatrist Álex (Manolo Cardona) met at the start of the season.
Although the fiction created by José Ignacio Valenzuela cries out for a third season, Netflix has yet to comment. Regarding this production, the platform now makes a different move with respect to the second installment, which was confirmed as soon as the first batch was released and whose premiere took place just two months after its debut in the streaming service.
Because it has become the most watched non-English-speaking fiction on the platform in recent months, surpassing ‘La casa de papel‘, ‘Dark’ or ‘Lupine‘, It would not be strange if Netflix announced its renewal sooner rather than later.
Even if the public knows who the murderer is, Alex does not know the true identity. Furthermore, it remains to be seen how Sara was related to that experiment. “The stakes are high“Nicandro comments to the psychiatrist on the phone in the final scene. What does he mean? What did Sara know and how serious was it to end up murdered?
These are the great unknowns that remain in a fiction that has managed to break barriers, demonstrating the success of the production of Latin American origin. We only have to wait if Netflix decides to solve that cliffhanger and, most importantly for fans, when the third season would premiere.