Movistar continues to make waves with its original series as it prepares to launch up to 15 fiction titles in 2019.
Through its Twitter account, the Spanish pay TV platform confirmed its comedy Mira lo que has hecho will have a third season.
The announcement comes a few weeks after the premiere of its second season on February 22.
Produced by Movistar+ in collaboration with El Terrat, Mira lo que has hecho is created by Berto Romero, star alongside Eva Ugarte, and revolves around a couple’s new life after they have kids.
In addition, the anticipated new series Hierro, coproduced with Portocabo from Spain and Atlantique Productions from France, would already have a second season in the works ahead of the first one’s premiere.
According to Spanish platform El Español, Movistar is now settling on the dates to film the second batch of episodes.
Recently, the Series Mania Festival announced that Hierro will have its worldwide premiere during the 2019 edition, which will take place from March 22 to the 30th in Lille, France.
The series has eight, 52-minute episodes and stars Spanish actress Cancela Peña and Argentine actor Dario Grandinetti.
Created by Pepe Coira and directed by Jorge Coira, it is a thriller that takes place on the remote island of Hierro, in the archipelago of the Canary Islands. A body without life and with signs of violence appears on its shores. Diaz, a gloomy local businessman, is sent to prison as the main suspect, and will try to prove his innocence.
It will be distributed internationally by Banijay Rights.
Yet, it’s not all good news for Movistar’s series, since according to Cadena SER, Velvet Collection will not be renewed for a third season, despite the announcement in September of last year that the series would be returning with a third and final season in 2019.
However, according to the report, the series will in turn end with a Christmas special, with no details regarding its length or format.
Movistar’s Fiction for 2019
So far in 2019, Movistar has already premiered The Pier and the second season of Mira lo que has hecho, and has announced premiere dates for Justo antes de Cristo, Instinto and the second season of Gigantes.
These are joined by several launches to come this year, including Hierro, Déjate llevar, Merlí: Sapere Aude and En el corredor de la muerte, in addition to new seasons of Arde Madrid and The Plague.