The second season of Colombia’s most successful telenovela, “La Reina Del Flow,” or “The Queen of Flow,” as it is known to foreign audiences, is currently airing on Caracol Televisión and is expected to return to Netflix soon.
“The Queen of Flow” premiered in June 2018 on Caracol Televisión and ran for 82 episodes until October of the same year. According to the LatinAmerican Post, the show was a hit in Columbia and went on to win an international Emmy for Best Soap Opera, making it the first Columbian production to do so.
It attracted a large audience when it was rebroadcast in nearly 80 countries during its initial run, and it attracted many more fans when Netflix started streaming the show.
Following the success of the first season, Caracol Televisión revealed a second on Instagram almost immediately, but shooting was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. All is back on track now, and viewers can look forward to another season of the reggaetón-themed drama. Here’s all we know about “The Queen of Flow’s” upcoming release date, cast, and story..
What is the release date for Season 2 of The Queen of Flow?
Anyone concerned about the future of “The Queen of Flow” Season 2 following the lengthy production delays should rest assured, as shooting has resumed and episodes are already airing on Caracol Televisión.
The first episode of “The Queen of Flow’s” second season aired on April 26, 2021, according to CaracolTV. Although it is unclear when the show will be approved for Netflix streaming, fans can look at the series’ broadcast history to see when they will be able to catch up with Yeimy Montoya (Carolina Ramrez) and the rest of their favourite soap opera stars.
According to IMDb, the first season of “The Queen of Flow” premiered on June 12, 2018 and broadcast about five episodes a week until October 9, four months later. According to What’s New On Netflix, the show became available for streaming on Netflix only a month later, on November 9.
If “The Queen of Flow” follows a similar trend, new episodes may be available on Netflix as early as September, but fans will have to wait until the current season ends to find out for sure.
Who is in Season 2 of The Queen of Flow’s cast?
Fans of “The Queen of Flow” will look forward to seeing at least two of their favourite actors return in Season 2, with Carolina Ramrez reprising her role as Yeimy Montoya and Carlos Torres reprising his role as the disgraced Charly Flow.
Beyond those main characters, predicting which cast members will return is difficult, though Andrés Sandoval, Yeimy’s longtime admirer, is a safe bet.
Mabel Moreno, who played Charly Flow’s former wife Gema in Season 1, may return, but the breakdown of their marriage in Season 1 could indicate that she has left the show.
“A new enemy who knows (Yeimy) well appears and stalks her,” according to the Seal News. It’s likely that this latest foe is linked to Mann, the drug lord played by Lucho Velasco, who orchestrated Yeimy’s incarceration. At this time, however, none of this has been officially verified.
What is the story of Season 2 of The Queen of Flow?
The first season of “The Queen of Flow” followed Yeimy, a talented young reggaetón artist who plots an intricate revenge scheme against Charly Flow, the star who deceived her early in life.
Charly Flow’s behaviour as Tammy Andrade, a prolific music producer in the employ of the DEA, resulted in Yeimy’s imprisonment in the United States. Charly Flow is successfully avenged, and she reclaims her life.
Although Caracol Televisión has been careful not to give too much away about the storey it has planned for the second season, it has given some hints about what fans should expect.
Yeimy will face new threats that threaten her kin, according to the Seal News, including a new foe who will stalk her. “Her life, and the worlds of all she loves, staggers,” the Seal News adds, “as Charly Flow, from the shadows, seeks to reclaim his freedom.”
Although it’s difficult to predict where “The Queen of Flow” will go in Season 2’s potentially 80 episodes, viewers can rest assured that their favourite characters will be immersed in plenty of drama.