After two thrilling seasons, The third and last episode of Netflix’s Who Did Sara will premiere on May 18. Here are the Who Killed Sara Season 4 Spoilers for all the fans!!
The show, which is Spanish-language, is a big hit with viewers for the streaming giant. It will not return for Season 4. However, Netflix has said that the upcoming seven episodes will be “most surprising and explosive yet,” and “all those questions asked throughout the series will be answered.”
Who killed Sara? Follows Alex Guzman (Manolo Cardona) is a man who was wrongfully sentenced to an entire 18-year prison sentence for murdering his younger sister Sara (Ximena Lamadrid). In the initial two seasons, both being released in spring 2021, Alex seeks revenge on the perpetrators believed to have killed his sister.
However, he discovers a variety of red herrings and conflicts of interest. Season 2 concludes with a dramatic cliffhanger. Nicandro (Martin Saracho) is revealed in a mysterious conversation that “it was us” who were responsible for the murder. The persona of “us” and that group’s motive is a different puzzle for Season 3.
As per Netflix, more than 55 million people watched Who Did They Kill Sara? in the four weeks that followed the premiere of Season 1 in March 2021. At the time, it was the most-watched non-English-language show ever and spent some time on Netflix’s Top 10 list across 87 countries, including those from the United States, Germany, Israel, Brazil, and France.
“It is well-written, and I think it helps that it is full of suspense and mystery,” Cardona revealed to Varietylast the year of the show’s popularity. “It combines the best of Agatha Christie with lots of action, romance, and drama, and it also touches on taboo subjects that perhaps had not been explored in Latino TV in this way.”
Although the show Who Killed Sara? Won’t return for Season 4. Creator Jose Ignacio “Chascas” Valenzuela has similar projects on the horizon. In October 2021, the actor signed a three-year agreement for three years with Netflix. “I am committed to telling stories that will continue to excite fans in Latin America and worldwide just like Who Killed Sara? ” the Chilean screenwriter said to the magazine Variety, “where nothing is what it seems.”