Netflix is doing it again! Other good dramas of the period have disappeared – a mixture of homophobia, conservatism, family, and change originating in 1950 Spain. This Spanish-Mexican thriller entitled “Someone Must Die” was created by Manolo Caro (The House of Flowers). What happens when a traditional elite clan welcomes their son home to marry the bride of their choice? Especially when that young man got engaged to a mysterious ballet dancer? As you can predict, this will have devastating consequences. Now they’re excited to see if this drama will bring another season. All right, let’s get started!
Release Date for Season Two Someone Must Die
The premiere of “Someone Must Die” Season 1 on October 16, 2020, on Netflix. It consists of three episodes. First of all. This particular series is designed as a mini-series. It is therefore not surprising that the story ends well in season one. And as you can imagine, the chances of updating are rare. We can safely assume that the second season of “Someone Must Die” has most likely been canceled.
Someone Must Die-Cast
“Someone Must Die” is led by Spanish and Mexican actors. Most of these names are known in Spain and Mexico. Alejandro Speitzer outlined the role of the obedient son, Gabino. Isaac Hernandez plays a ballet dancer named Lazaro who has a mysterious relationship with Gabino. Cayetana, Gabino’s somewhat manipulative fiancé, is played by Ester Expósito. Carlos Cuevas plays Alonso, who is not completely happy with Cayetano’s upcoming wedding. Mariola Fuentes plays the matriarch of Rosario while Pilar Castro plays Belen. The main role is played by Cecilia Suarez as Mina and Juan Carlos Velido as Santos.
Someone Must Die Conspiracy: What Is It About?
Set in Spain in the 1950s and called “Alguien Tiene Que Morir” (in Spanish), this limited three-part series begins with the introduction of a wealthy young man named Gabino. He is in Mexico, but his parents call him to Spain to marry the girl of their choice (Cayetana). However, Gabino didn’t reach out alone. She is accompanied by the mysterious ballet dancer Lazaro – the two boys seem to have something in common. Of course, the family did not take this turn of events lightly. The problems don’t stop with heart problems or prestige. Homosexuality is illegal in Franco’s Spain. And “Someone Must Die” emphasizes the consequences of people who dare to defy the norm. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that Gabino and Lazaro’s illegal novel ended in murder. So who’s dying? And who did it? This is the main plot of “Someone Must Die” – an unusual secret that ends at the end! Or is it true??