Netflix’s newest crime thriller, The Snow Girl (La chica de nieve) begins with a conundrum of a missing girl named Amaya, but mysteries within mystery soon unfold once a journalist named Miren investigates her disappearance.
Throughout the six episodes, The Snow Girls takes its viewers on a ride to some dark, dark places, and we can only anticipate that the second season would go even beyond, especially if Javier Castillo books on which this show is based are anything to go by.
The constant streak of cancellations by Netflix aside, a renewal could be more likely than usual given how the first season draws its curtains on a huge spine-chiller. Although that hasn’t stopped Netflix from canceling shows before though, we have a positive feeling about this one.
Here’s all that you need to know about season 2 of The Snow Girl.
The Snow Girl Season 2: Is it happening?
There is no official news, as of now, on whether the show will be coming back for a season 2 or not. The first season of Snow Girl premiered on Friday, 27th January 2023. so if by any chance the show does make a comeback for season 2 it should be by as early as 2024. Although talking about the show’s future is still difficult as it is still up in the air.
We probably won’t know any more until a month or two after the premiere cause that’s how long Netflix usually takes to figure out renewals based on the figures of viewership.
The Snow Girl season 2 cast:
If The Snow Girl makes a comeback for the second season, fans can harmlessly presume that Milena Smit will return as the undaunted journalist, Miren Rojo. José Coronado will most probably return as Eduardo too, but apart from this, the cast prediction is pretty improbable.
Characters who died in season one, like David Luque, most likely won’t return, although the show does love the elements of a time jump and flashbacks that could definitely assist us in explaining some of the unanswered questions.
If so, then Tristán Ulloa will possibly return as David Luque, apart from him other people who were just involved in Amaya’s case might not. For example, Loreto Mauleón’s turn as Ana Núñez, Amaya’s mother, was probably just a one-time appearance deal.
The Snow Girl season 2 plot:
The first season of The Snow Girl ends with a renewal in the mind because even after Amaya’s case has been solved, there’s still the matter of an envelope that Miren receives at the book signing.
A message with a clever clue reads “want to play?” The exterior and the interior contains a polaroid of another, an unknown girl who is being held captive, just like the way Amaya was. But Iris being dead, who has sent Miren this picture? Why are they playing with her? And most importantly of all, who is the girl in the photo?
The Snow Girl doesn’t offer any lucid answers to any of this at the end of episode one, the sequel book is written by Javier Cadstillo called The Soul Games (El juego del alma) which could give us some hints. There, Miren visits New York to look into the crucifixion of a 15-year-old girl and how the connection of this event might be with the latest polaroid.
Season two of The Snow Girl might explore more about Miren’s past in more detail, especially the sexual assault she had to go through. By the end of season one, we still are kept in the dark about the person responsible, and that’s something we can’t anticipate Miren letting go of In the upcoming second season.
The Snow Girl season 2 trailer:
It’s still a long way to go before a trailer or teaser is dropped for the second season of The Snow Girl. Until Netflix officially renews the show, we can do as much as anticipate and wait, and watch out for other shows to keep us busy.
Stay tuned for more updates and let us know if you want a Season 2 of The Snow Girl.