Monarca will not have season 3: why Netflix canceled the Mexican series | Mexico | TV series nnda nnlt | FAME

March 28, 2021 by archyde

“Monarch” and its second season recently hit Netflix. The series produced by Salma Hayek gave something to talk about with its new episodes. Since its premiere in 2019, “Monarch” It became one of the most successful Mexican series on Netflix based on the history of the Carranza family and each of the intrigues woven by its members to maintain their power.

The January 1 they premiered 8 new chapters of this Mexican series in Netflix, leaving fans wanting to follow the story of the Carranza family. In this second season, Brothers Carranza they come together despite their differences to face their cousin Sofia, who breaks into the company with the intention of dismantling it to avenge his father, Agustin Carranza.

For the vast majority of the audience this second season that was trained there was a lack of material and congruent arguments that would give a consistent ending without leaving so many loose ends for the “possible” third season that everyone expected.

However, despite the fact that the second season of Monarch left several questions that should be addressed in a third installment of the Mexican series, the series will not have continuity to provide the audience with a new season. Read on and find out the details.


The Carranza family. (Photo: Netflix)

Netflix has confirmed that the series “Monarch” it will not have a third season because it has been canceled. For many it was just a rumor but now it is confirmed that there will be no more chapters and it is for that reason that the Actors Osvaldo Benavides e Irene Azuela they said goodbye to their characters on social networks.

Apparently the cause of the cancellation of “Monarch” It is because in its second season it did not have the expected results due to production to continue the story since its continuation represents a greater expense for the company than what it can collect.

Osvaldo Benavides, plays Andrés Carranza who is one of the characters in “Monarch”. Seeing no news about his continuity, the actor said goodbye to his character and dedicated an emotional message to his interpretation on his social networks, an event that generated a great stir among fans.

Monarca will not have season 3: why Netflix canceled the Mexican series | Mexico | TV series nnda nnlt | FAME

Farewell Osvaldo Benavides from “Monarca” (Photo: Instagram)

“In the absence of news … I am saying goodbye to Andres Carranza. What a pleasant project. Thanks for everything ‘Monarca’ and all of us who were there. What pride to have participated. Come out bye “the actor wrote on his social network Instagram.

To this publication the actor Juan Manuel Bernal I comment: “How proud to have done it with all that wonderful crew! Nobody takes that away from me and the enormous satisfaction of giving the viewer a first-world product as we think all of Latin America deserved. I love you bro. Goodbye to the Carranza. I hug you”, he expressed.

On the other hand Irene Azuela commented on his social network instagram: “There are stories that end even if they don’t end. So #monarch that for me is unforgettable. A collaboration with people I admire, a set full of humor and respect, a loving cast and a first-rate crew … I am satisfied that we did a quality series to show off here and in other countries. Now we have to invent an ending, you who saw it and we who made it ” and then thank for the opportunity Salma Hayek and your team.

For the fans, this is a pretty hard blow because within everything there was the idea that with a third season the incongruous points that were on the air in the second season could be retaken but at least it is official and not just a rumor on the internet. cancellation.

Monarca will not have season 3: why Netflix canceled the Mexican series | Mexico | TV series nnda nnlt | FAME

Irene Azuela says goodbye to “Monarca” (Photo: Instagram)

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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