Everything We Know About ‘Who Killed Sara?’ Season 2

Who Killed Sara? left us with several burning questions. Luckily, the popular Netflix series just returned for season two. And if there’s one thing we learned from the first installment, it’s to trust no one.

So, what is Who Killed Sara? season two about? And who’s in it? Keep scrolling for details.

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1. When Will 'who Killed Sara?' Season 2 Premiere?

Season two of Who Killed Sara? premiered on May 19. The episodes are exclusively available on Netflix, just like the first installment.

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2. What Is 'who Killed Sara?' About?

The story begins when a harness fails while a group of friends are partying on a boat. As a result, Sara loses her life.

Fast-forward 18 years, and Sara’s brother, Álex, completes his prison sentence after being framed for Sara’s murder. When he’s released, Álex seeks revenge on the people responsible for his wrongful imprisonment: the Lazcano family.

Season two of Who Killed Sara? picks up right where we left off and uncovers secrets about Sara’s past that only fuel Álex’s vengeance.

3. Is There A Trailer?

Absolutely. The teaser offers a glimpse into the season two story line, which dives into Sara’s mysterious past. Not to mention, there’s more than enough kidnappings, conspiracy theories and fight scenes to confirm the drama is far from over.

“Sometimes the best we can do is to let things go,” someone says in the clip.

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4. Who's In It?

Who Killed Sara? stars Ximena Lamadrid (Sara), Manolo Cardona (Álex), Ginés García Millán (César), Claudia Ramírez (Mariana), Juan Carlos Remolina (Sergio), Ana Lucía Domínguez (Sofia) and Eugenio Siller (Jose). Newcomers Daniel Giménez Cacho, Matías Novoa and Antonio de la Vega are also joining the cast for season two.

The show was created by José Ignacio Valenzuela (Behind Closed Doors), who also co-wrote the script alongside Jean Pierre Fica (Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres) and Rosario Valenzuela (Eres Mi Tesoro). David Ruiz (La Negociadora) directed the series.

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