Do you want to see a show that includes a murder mystery as well as a wealthy family drama? Perhaps a soap with crazy story twists? Then Who Killed Sara?, a Netflix Mexican drama series, is for you.
On May 19, 2021, the Mexican mystery thriller Who Killed Sara? premiered its second season. There were several cliffhangers in the second season. Since then, people have been keen to learn who killed Sara. Who Killed Sara? Season 3 is now, reportedly, under production, and it is expected to premiere in the middle of 2022.
*Season 1 and 2 Spoilers Ahead*
Who Killed Sara? Plot
Who Killed Sara? is originally a Spanish language series named ¿Quiénmató a Sara? With an estimated 55 million users turning in since the release of the first season, the series swiftly achieved great popularity globally and quickly became Netflix’s most successful non-English language title ever.
Rodolfo Lazcano (Andrés Baida) and his brother José Mara (Polo Morn) are on that boat with Alex Guzmán (Leo Deluglio) and his sister Sara (Ximena Lamadrid). Rodolfo and Sara are dating. Everyone appears to be having a wonderful time.
Sara climbs onto a rig to parasail, but her harness tears while she’s up there. Alex tells the Lazcanos to slow down, but they continue to accelerate. The harness eventually snaps, and she falls heavily into the sea. Alex rushes to her aid, but it’s too late.
Fast forward to eighteen years, we find Alex in prison. He has somehow been blamed for Sara’s death.
Who Killed Sara?, directed by José Ignacio Valenzuela, premiered on Netflix on March 24, 2021. The series is packed with twists, mystery, turns, and suspense. Many queries have been raised by viewers. Will Sara’s killer be caught? Will Alex learn the truth about his sister?
Alex Guzman’s desire for vengeance and vindication is central to scriptwriter José Ignacio Valenzuela’s plot. However, each member of the Lazcano family has their secrets, motivations, and morality — or amorality — senses. Nones was struck by something in this writing and Rodolfo’s story.
“I love the story. I love the way Chascas Valenzuela keeps you thinking the whole time. ‘Is it this guy? No. Of course, it’s her!’ The whole time you’re guessing who the person is who killed Sara,” Nones told Showbiz Cheat Sheet.
Who Killed Sara? Cast
Alex Guzmán (Leo Deluglio), Sara (Ximena Lamadrid), Rodolfo (Alejandro Nones), Elisa (Carolina Miranda), and José Mara aka ‘Chema’ (Eugenio Siller), the Lazcano children and their parents César (Ginés Garca Millán) and Mariana (Claudia Ramrez), Sara’s best friend Marifer (Litzy) and her sister Clara (Fátima Molina), and Rodolfo’s friend Nicandro (Matías Novoa).
Who Killed Sara? Season 3 Release Date
As Netflix says, ‘It’s official: another Season is coming’. The series has undoubtedly been renewed for a new season and we may get to see Who Killed Sara? Season 3 sooner than we have expected. While there’s no official announcement made on when is the series going to release but it looks like the wait won’t be for long.
Who Killed Sara? Season 3 Trailer
Generally, a trailer is released a month before the release, and neither is known yet. Once it’s out, be rest assured that we will be here to update you on the latest news about Who Killed Sara? Season 3.
What can we expect from Who Killed Sara? Season 3?
As previously said, the identity of Sara’s murderer, of course, remains unknown, implying that the plot will continue in the same manner. Marifer, Sara’s half-sister, was the one who cut the parachute harness, according to new evidence. Nicandro’s phone chat with someone he referred to as “Doctor” revealed that this was not the case. That conversation made it clear that they were to blame for her death, but were they? Given the numerous twists and turns that dominated the first two seasons, we wouldn’t put our last money on it.
Carolina Miranda said in an interview with Esquire that even the cast doesn’t know – or can’t disclose – who the killer is. “Everybody tells me, at a party, like we are drinking and when they see that I’m having fun, it’s like, ‘Oh, by the way—who killed Sara?’, she said.
“And it’s like, come on, I can’t say anything. My mother would say to me too. Like, ‘I’m your mother. You need to tell me because I’m your mother.’ [Laughs].’No, mother, come on, it’s my work!'”