‘Alta Mar: High Seas’ is a Spanish mystery series. Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira are the creators of the show. The show released on May 24, 2019, on Netflix. The show received average but positive remarks from the critics and the fans alike. It scored 6.8/10 on IMDb. It managed to maintain an impressive viewership and fanbase.
Looking at the success of the show, the creators decided to roll out the second season of the show. Season 2 of the show released on November 22, 2019. Both seasons have eight episodes in them. The third season of the show is yet to release. The question arises of the effect of the pandemic on the production. Here, we will discuss the possibilities and the recent development of the third season of the show.
Alta Mar: High Seas Plot:
Eva Villanueva is the protagonist of the show. He is an established author. The plot of the story revolves around a transatlantic ship full of passengers, traveling from Europe to South America. The ship is sailing in search of a better future. The plot twists when a passenger gets murdered on board. Strange thing is that the name of the passenger is not on the list and nobody knows him.
Soon, other passengers also start to vanish and their dead bodies begin to come on the surface. The killer is loose on board and no one knows who is the killer. Each character of the story has some dark secrets within themselves.
Alta Mar: High Seas Season 3 Updates:
The show gained huge popularity amongst the fans. Looking at the success of the show, the creators decided to renew the show for the third season.
The crew commenced the production before the lockdown. Season 3 of the show will release on August 7, 2020. Although this is not yet official.
Alta Mar: High Seas Cast:
- Ivana Baquero as Eva Villanueva
- Jon Kortajarena as Nicolás Vázquez
- Alejandra Onieva as Carolina Villanueva
- Eloy Azorín as Fernando Fábregas
- Chiqui Fernández as Francisca de García
- Tamar Novas as Sebastián de la Cuesta
- Daniel Lundh as Pierre
- Manuela Vellés as Luisa Castro Bermuâdez
- Ignacio Montes as Dimas Gómez
- Begoña Vargas as Verónica de García
- Luis Bermejo as Mario Plazaola
- Pepe Ocio as Doctor Rojas