Less that a week after premiering its third season -launched on September 7- Netflix announced it has renewed Cable Girls for a fourth season.
The news was revealed through the series’ official account with a video starring its own actresses.
Originally premiered in April of 2017, Cable Girls is Netflix’s first original series in Spain, which launched its second season in December of this year.
It’s a period production by Bambú Producciones, directed by Ramón Campos and Teresa Fernández Valdés, who are also co-creators with Gema Neira.
It stars Blanca Suárez, Nadia de Santiago, Ana Fernández, Maggie Civantos and Ana Polvorosa.
It’s set in Madrid in 1928, when another four girls began working as phone receptionists at the most modern building in town. The premiere date for the fourth season is still unknown, and will come at sometime in 2019.
Cable Girls is one of the three series Netflix has commissioned from Bambu, in addition to the period drama Alta mar and the docuseries El crímen de Alcásser.
They both join a long list of projects for the platform in Spain, like the movies ¿A quién te llevarías a una isla desierta?, Siete años, Fe de etarras and Elisa y Marcela, and the series Paquita Salas, Élite, the new season of Money Heist and Hache.