Selena: The Series is a Netflix biographical drama series about the renowned Mexican-American artist Selena Quintanilla’s ascent to stardom as she and her family make sacrifices to realise their lifetime goals.
There has been talk regarding the potential of a third season of Selena: The Series since the publication of the first two parts. Although it is unknown whether the series will continue without Selena, it is not uncommon for a Netflix series to continue without its star.
Selena: The Series Season 3 – When will it release?
Every legend begins with a dream
| Selena: The Series, 12/04, only on @netflix
Toda leyenda comienza con un sueño
| Selena: La Serie, 04/12, solo en @netflix pic.twitter.com/xjm6h6QhIl
— Selena: The Series (@selena_netflix) October 6, 2020
The official release date for Selena: The Series Season 3 has not yet been announced. We anticipate that it will be revealed soon. It appears that the third season of Selena: The Series will be published in 2022. If we learn anything new regarding the release date of the third season of Selena: The Series, we will post it here.
Selena: The Series Season 3 – What’s the plotline?
Suzette Quintanilla is an executive producer on the program, but if there is a third season, it would most likely centre on the Quintanillas as they deal with Selena’s death and find out how to continue on her legacy.
This is consistent with Zamora’s bigger goal for the program, which he characterized to Deadline as eventually being about the Quintanilla family as a whole. We did so much research, Zamora said, that there were a couple narratives we attempted to include but couldn’t. We could tell this was a family drama since she started so early.”
Is there any Trailer?
According to Deadline, Selena’s sister, Suzette Quintanilla, stated that with the programme, viewers will finally learn about Selena, her family, and the impact she has had on all of our lives. While Netflix has yet to announce if Selena: The Series will be renewed for a third season, the show’s creator, Moises Zamora, has not announced whether the series would end after the second episode.
Moisés Zamora was concerned that executives would not see the value in a program about Selena after three or four episodes, so he devised a tight 20-episode storyline. Now that 18 episodes of the show have aired, he says it’s up to Netflix to determine how many more episodes they want to screen on the singer.