Present in Bogota, Colombia, Reed Hastings, CEO and founder of Netflix, presented some of the streaming giant’s premieres for 2019 in Latin America, joined by the stars of hit series like Money Heist, Daredevil, House of Flowers, 13 Reasons Why, Luis Miguel and Distrito Salvaje.
The announcements include the confirmation of new seasons of the successful Mexican series House of Flowers, premiered in August of this years and acclaimed by critics.
The series, produced by Manolo Caro, is returning with a second and third season, as announced by Hastings and later confirmed by the series’ creator himself on his instagram page.
Netflix also announced a new installment of Story of a Crime, the new anthology series produced by Dynamo about controversial crimes that have shaken up different countries for decades and generated social confusion, accusations of corruption and the quest for justice.
Story of a Crime: Colmenares will be the second season for the franchise, which will revolve around the case of Luis Andrés Colmenares, and the events that began on October 31, 2019 and led to the death of a young student in the University of Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia.
The series’ first season, announced in August of this year, revolved around Luis Donaldo Colosio, the Mexican politician and presidential candidate who was murdered at a campaign rally in Tijuana in 1994.
The list of announcements also included two new comedy specials, the premiere of Nicky Jam: el ganador, the biopic about the music artist produced by Endemol Shine Boomdog; and the second season of The Queen of the South, which will also premiere on Telemundo in 2019.