Based on Javier Castillo’s novel of the same name, this six-part Spanish series follows the exploits of a young Spanish journalist named Miren as she investigates the mysterious disappearance of her mentor (Milena Smit).
After Amaya, age 5, disappeared during a parade in Malaga in 2010, Miren has been working to find her. Miren faces his personal problems while he works to solve the case.
The Snow Girl season 2 Expected Release Date On 2024
The first episode of The Snow Girl aired on January 27, 2023, meaning additional episodes could arrive as early as early 2024 if the show is renewed for a second season. Having said that, the show’s fate is currently unknown.
Since Netflix often waits a month or two after a show’s premiere before making renewal decisions based on audience numbers, we likely won’t learn anything until then.
You can read other articles about the seasons that have been renewed for additional episodes by visiting the links provided below:
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- Starz Has Renewed BMF For a Season 3
The Snow Girl Season 2 Cast: Who’s in it?
If there is a second season of The Snow Girl, fans may expect Milena Smit to reprise her role as the fearless reporter Miren Rojo. Likewise, José Coronado will most certainly reprise his role as Eduardo. Beyond that, though, predicting the cast is more difficult.
Although the program loves a time leap, and flashbacks might certainly help clarify some of the major outstanding concerns, it’s likely that characters who died in the first season, like David Luque, won’t return.
If this is the case, Tristán Ulloa may reprise his role as David Luque, but other recent players in Amaya’s case may not. It’s likely that Loreto Mauleón’s appearance as Amaya’s mom, Ana Nez, was a one-and-done.
The Snow Girl Season 2 Plot: What will Happen?
Because even though Amaya’s case has been solved, there is still the question of the envelope Miren receives during the book signing, the first season of The Snow Girl ends with a renewal in mind. The envelope’s outside asks, “Want to play?” and inside is a polaroid of a different girl who is being held captive in a situation, not unlike Amaya’s.
But Iris is no longer alive, so who provided this photo to Miren? If they care for her, why would they play with her? Of equal or more importance, who is the young lady in the picture? No simple solutions are provided by the end of the first episode of The Snow Girl, although Javier Castillo’s follow-up novel, The Souls Game (El juego del alma), may shed some light on the matter.
Miren travels to the Big Apple to inquire about the crucifixion of a 15-year-old girl and any potential links to the most recent polaroid. Season 2 of The Snow Girl might also focus on Miren’s backstory, including the s*xual assault she suffered. We can’t see Miren ignoring the fact that no one has been identified as the culprit by the end of season one if there is to be a second season.