Queen Of The South New Season Update: What We Know?
This American crime drama Television series that has captured the hearts of millions is back for a season 5. In this article we will be discussing none other than “Queen Of The South” and everything you need to know about its release of season 5. The series is developed by M.A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller and first premiered on June 23rd, 2016 on USA Network. Both “La Reina del Sur” as well as “Queen Of The South” have been adapted from the famous novel titled “La Reina del Sur” written by Artutro Perez-Reverte. On August 29th of 2019, the crew announced the season 5 renewal, however, due to the current global pandemic, the production has been suspended as of now. But, don’t lose hope as there is still plenty to look forward to!
The series, “Queen Of The South” is a story of a woman named Teresa Mendoza who is forced to run and seek refuge in the United States. This is because of her boyfriend who is a drug dealer, after he is murdered in Mexico. Eventually, she finds her strength and she forms an alliance with someone from her past to try and bring down the very drug trafficking ring that she was initially on the run from. The author of the novel, Perez-Reverte has said that one of the real life characters that was an inspiration for his novel was Sandra Avil Beltran. She is also known as “Queen of the Pacific” and is known around the world for being a female drug trafficker and she also took the place of “Boss” in famous cartels which was quite unheard of as she is a woman.
The series has a fascinating cast and an intriguing set of characters that makes the pull to the show quite irresistible. Some of these include- Alice Braga who plays the role of Teresa Mendoza who is just a poor woman who later finds herself in bundles of wealth, Veronica Falcon is seen in the role of Dona Camila Vargas until episode 3, Justina Machado plays the part of Brenda Parra, Peter Gadiot as James Valdez, Hemky Madera as Pote Galvez, Gerado Taracena is seen as Cesar “Batman” Guemes, Joaquim de Almeida is seen as Don Epifanio Varga. Other names of cast include, Jon-Michael Ecker, Nick Sagar, Yancey Arias, Idalia Valles, Alfonso Herrera and David Andrews.
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