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Dark Desire Season 2 starring Maite Perroni and Alejandro Speitzer Finally has a Release Date on Netflix

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Dark Desire Season 2 Updates: The romantic thriller Oscuro Deseo (Dark Desire), starring Maite Perroni and Alejandro Speitzer, became an international hit after its premiere in July 2020. In 77 countries, including the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, France, and Spain, the series was on Netflix’s NFLX -2.8 percent Top 10 list. This resulted in a rapid renewal.

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Netflix has set a date for the new and final chapter in the story of love, treachery, obsession, and murder for 2022, more than a year after Oscuro Deseo debuted on the site. Season 2 will, in fact, be the final season.

After accusing her husband of cheating on her, Alma Soares (Perroni), an attorney and college professor, begins an affair with Daro (Speitzer), a considerably younger guy, in season one. Her fling, however, has unintended and deadly consequences, leaving the story on a cliffhanger.

Fans will not have to wait long to find out if Alma (Perroni) and Daro (Speitzer) will reconcile and succumb to passion and evil desires once more.

Dark Desire Season 2 Release Date, And Other Details

The show is one of several Netflix is developing as part of its commitment to produce original content in Mexico and support local talent in front of and behind the camera for global distribution. As part of its Latin American expansion goals, the streamer-built offices in Mexico City in 2019.

Following the success of Oscuro Deseo last year, Netflix announced a new slate of Mexican original productions, stating that the “new productions symbolize Mexico’s immense importance to us as well as our subscribers’ appetite for Mexican stories both locally and internationally, as evidenced by the global success of Dark Desire and Control Z.” We need stories to connect us now more than ever.”

Season 2 starred Maite Perroni, Alejandro Speitzer, Erik Hayser, Jorge Poza, Catherine Siachoque, Arturo Barba, Regina Pavón, and Ariana Saavedra, and was created and written by Leticia López Margalli. It was directed by Pitipol Ybarra and Kenya Márquez.

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