Luis Miguel Series 3: Netflix has confirmed the release as well as the premiere of the third season of Luis Miguel. The streaming giant is going to continue narrating the passages from the life of Miguel. Additionally, the third season will be clearing several doubts left by the second season.
Variety’s recent reports of Luis Miguel states that the streaming platform has already agreed to produce the third season. However, the details of the forthcoming season are still reserved. The makers are looking for the right occasion to making the series official before millions of users.
Luis Miguel Series 3: Plot
The series narrates the musical biography of the notable musician Luis Miguel. By the looks of it, the series is produced by Gate Grande Productions and MGM. As per sources, MGM & Gate Grande Productions are the only ones that are licensed by the singer born of Puerto Rican-Mexican heritage.
Luis Miguel Season 3: Date of Premiere
As mentioned earlier, Netflix is already in agreement to implement the third project in the lives of Luis Miguel. However, at the time of writing, the release date of the series is not yet revealed.
Official sources are suggesting that the series would return for the third season run sometime next year.
Luis Miguel Season 3: Plot and Cliffhanger in season 2
In the second season’s final chapter, the conclusion included Miguel’s grandmother’s participation in ‘Sol de Mexico.’ Additionally, the series did also witness the separation between Luis and his younger sibling Sergio.
Sergio left for the United States of America to reside with Doc. The series also featured the recent break-up of Luis with Erica, the Mexican star. The singer’s relationship with Mauricio Ambrosi, Michel, was also a part of the second season. The plot details of the third season are yet to be revealed.
Luis Miguel Season 3: Cast
In terms of the second season, the cast of Luis Miguel featured Diego Bonita, who portrays the role of grown-up Miguel. The cast also features Michele Salas, Macarena Achaga, Pablo Cruz, Fernando Gualar, Axel Lunas, Valerie Sais, Juan Ignacio Cain, among others.