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Queen Of The South - Season 2


Queen of the South is an American crime drama television series created by M.A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller. The series premiered on June 23, 2016, on USA Network[1] and is an adaptation of the telenovela La Reina del Sur, which is also an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Spanish author Arturo Pérez-Reverte.[2] The series centers around Teresa Mendoza (Alice Braga), a poor Mexican woman who becomes wealthy by building a vast drug empire. On October 1, 2018, it was announced that the USA Network had renewed the series for a fourth season which premiered on June 6, 2019.[3][4] On August 29, 2019, the series was renewed for a fifth season.[5] On March 8, 2021, it was announced that the fifth season is set to premiere on April 7, 2021 and will serve as the series' final season.[6] During the course of the series, 62 episodes of Queen of the South aired, between June 23, 2016, and June 2, 2021.




Queen of the South - Season 2



Queen of the South is an American crime drama television series developed by M.A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller. The series premiered on June 23, 2016,[4] and concluded on June 9, 2021, with 62 episodes aired on USA Network. It is an adaptation of the telenovela La Reina del Sur which airs on USA's sister network Telemundo; both are adapted from the novel La Reina del Sur by Spanish author Arturo Pérez-Reverte.[5] The series was renewed for a fifth season on August 29, 2019.[6] Production of the new season was suspended indefinitely on March 14, 2020, due to COVID-19, but resumed in fall 2020.[7][8] On March 8, 2021, it was announced that the fifth season would premiere on April 7, 2021, and serve as the series' final season.[9]


One of the most popular TV series the USA Network has to offer, Queen of the South has gone from strength to strength each season. Sadly though, despite not originally expected to be the final season, it was announced on March 8th that it was the case.


Netflix Canada and Australia are also likely to receive the fifth season of Queen of the South around the same time as Netflix UK. All other regions of Netflix carry Queen of the South and will likely get the fifth season in early 2022 too.


Queen of the South has long since finished airing its final fifth season on USANetwork but has yet to find its way onto Netflix in most regions. We can now confirm that season 5 of Queen of the South is currently set to hit Netflix in the United States in April 2022.


Rodriguez has been on the Queen of the South since season two, serving as co-executive producer and No.2 to Chaidez for the past two seasons. Her deal to become co-showrunner includes a development component with Fox 21. Lobato has been part of the Queen of the South writing staff since season one, most recently as supervising producer.


Queen of the South is the #1 ad-supported cable scripted series on Thursday nights at 9 PM among key demos, including adults 18-49, 25-54, and total viewers year-to-date, and has delivered an average of 2.1MM total viewers in its most recent third season which wrapped its run on September 13.


In the first season Teresa was really only barely surviving episode to episode and this season would see a gear change and really begin to explore her rise. By season end she will start to challenge Camilla herself and we wanted to find ways to offer more of what Natalie describes as the aspirational drug cartel boss lifestyle !


Our plan and remit was to bring more bling to the second season and to show the trappings of what success in a drug distribution world look like. Aspirational locations and lifestyle, richer surroundings and more obvious wealth. We would still have the gritty counterpoint and action that marked the first season as well, hopefully just adding on a layer of wealth and glamour to mask the ugly down and dirty side to her world.


Queen of the South's final season has only got a handful of episodes left to go before it is over for good. Fans have been following Teresa Mendoza's (played by Alice Braga) epic journey since 2016, going from back street money changer to a queenpin. There have been signs from the very start that this isn't going to last with her life hanging in the balance thanks to a mysterious sniper.


Rodriguez joined the Alice Braga cartel drama as a writer in season two, most recently serving as co-exec producer. Lobato, who joined as a writer in season one, most recently was supervising producer.


At that time, Entertainment Networks (who own USA) chairperson Frances Berwick said in a statement: "For five incredible seasons, Queen of the South has captivated us with brilliant storytelling and bold, powerful characters.


"This series broke boundaries for the genre, and we are so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with this incredible team of creators, cast and crew along with our studio partners at 20th Television and UCP. As we close this final chapter, we look forward to a great season culminating in a finale that will give our fans the ending they deserve."


So why did they cancel it? Because the network is moving away from making original dramas. At the time that the show came to an end, the channel had just three original dramas left: Queen of the South, The Sinner and Dirty John. The Sinner was canceled in November 2021, and no plans have been announced for a third season of Dirty John. USA did air original drama Chucky in late 2021 (which it shared with Syfy), but it has not been confirmed whether it would also air Season 2, meaning that at the moment USA has no original dramas left.


The past four seasons of the addictive crime drama arrived on Netflix in either May or June the year after its initial airing on US Network. Season 1 was added on May 9, 2017, season 2 on May 22, 2018, season 3 on May 7, 2019, and the most recent season 4 arrived on June 6, 2020.


These are the dates exactly a year after their initial US Network release, leading us to believe that we may actually know the exact date as to when we can finally dig into season 5 on Netflix. Originally we predicted that the final series will return on April 7, 2022, and as it turns out we look to be correct!


Steven Bauer must be the go-to guy to play narcos. The actor is best known for his role as Manny Ribera alongside Al Pacino in SCARFACE (1983), and he's played a drug cartel boss in TRAFFIC, and on AMC's series BREAKING BAD. The Cuban-American actor resisted playing another crime boss when first approached for a role in USA's QUEEN OF THE SOUTH season 2, but he tells CineMovie a QUEEN OF THE SOUTH producer convinced the RAY DONOVAN star it would be worth his while. Watch the interview below.


Starring Alice Braga as Teresa and Veronica Falcon as Camila Vargas, QUEEN OF THE SOUTH season 2 will feature a Rafael Amaya (El Senor del los Cielos) returning to the screen again to reprise his crossover role, in addition to the return of El Guero, played by Jon Ecker. Joining the fray is actor Steven Bauer as a drug lord named Santos who's about to make Teresa's life even more complicated.


When the first season of "Master of None" debuted, Waithe told The Hollywood Reporter that her character was going to change things up. "I don't know if we've seen a sly, harem pants-wearing, cool Topshop sweatshirt-wearing, snapback hat-rocking lesbian on TV." Waithe, whose character was originally supposed to be a straight white woman, not a black lesbian, said, "I know how many women I see out in the world who are very much like myself. We exist. To me, the visibility of it was what was going to be so important and so exciting."


Our patience with comedy is limited, but our need for drama has ratcheted up since Trump took over. F/X's "Fargo" ended its third season June 7, so now you can go binge the whole dark, funny season at once. We highly recommend it. Much of what happens in this season is satisfyingly vicarious when one feels just a little murderous.


That would explain why we binged the last four episodes in a row of season one of "Queen of the South," to catch up to season two, which debuted June 8 on USA and Telemundo. "QotS" is about drug cartels, the blurred lines between America and Mexico near the Texas border, what some people will do for money, and where others draw the line. Watching Teresa chug down more than a dozen packets of cocaine after one of the other drug mules dies in her lap made us glad we'd chosen a different career path.


The show stars Brazilian actress Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a once-wealthy drug "queenpin," who in season 2 is working as a drug mule and first lieutenant of Dona Camila Vargas (Veronica Falcon), who is gradually taking over the territory of her estranged husband.


Back for its fifth and final season is BBC America's award-winning sci-fi clone drama "Orphan Black," starring Tatiana Maslany as, well, everyone. Maslany has been the eternal bridesmaid at the Emmys for her tour de force performance as a half-dozen different women, but the timing was bad for her. She is compelling as each character, and the scenes are seamless. Yet more than half the time she is playing against herself. She really deserves an Emmy.


If you've never delved into "Orphan Black," this isn't the season to start, but the other four seasons are available on Netflix, Hulu and BBC America. The show is an intricate drama about what we know is right around the science corner: cloning of humans and parts of humans, and what the moral grounds are for such experimentation with our fellow humans. And what might go wildly wrong. For fans of the series, the final season will be bittersweet but spectacular.


Some returning favorites to stuff into that overloaded DVR for June are Ava DuVernay's complex drama "Queen Sugar," returning to OWN for a second season June 20; and AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead," for those who can't get enough of those zombies, returns for a third season, where things are exacerbated at the U.S./Mexican border. 041b061a72


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