Queen of Flow Season 2 Release Date: Updates You Need to Know

Colombia’s most successful drama, “La Reina Del Flow,” or “The Queen of Flow,” as it is known to international fans, is currently airing its second season on Caracol Televisión and is expected to return to Netflix in the near future, according to Variety.

“The Queen of Flow” premiered on Caracol Televisión in June 2018 and lasted for a total of 82 episodes from June to October of the following year.  According to the LatinAmerican Post, the show was a hit in its home country and went on to attain international recognition when it became the first Columbian formation to win an international Emmy for Best Soap Opera.

It attracted a large following when it was replayed in nearly 80 different countries during its initial run, and it attracted even more viewers when Netflix began streaming the show on their site.

Due to the popularity of the first season, Caracol Televisión promptly announced a second, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the network to postpone filming until later in the year. Everything, on the other hand, is back on track, and fans can look forward to another season of the reggaetón-inspired drama.

This page contains all of the information we currently know about the film’s upcoming release date, cast, and plot.

When Will Season 2 of the Queen of Flow Be Released

Following the lengthy production delays, those who were concerned about the future of “The Queen of Flow” Season 2 may now rest easy, as not only has filming resumed, but episodes of the show have already begun broadcasting on Caracol Televisión.

As reported by CaracolTV, the premiere episode of the second season of “The Queen of Flow” commenced airing in the United States on April 26, 2021.

While it is currently unknown when the show will be approved for streaming on Netflix, viewers can look back at the show’s broadcast history to get an idea on whether they’ll be able to close the gap with Yeimy Montoya (Carolina Ramirez) and the rest of their favourite soap opera actors and actresses.

In accordance with IMDb, the first season of “The Queen of Flow” began airing on June 12, 2018, and continued to air approximately five episodes per week until it concluded four months later on October 9, 2018. Afterwards, according to What’s New On Netflix, the show became available for watching on Netflix less than a month later, on November 9.

It is possible that fresh episodes of “The Queen of Flow” will be available on the streaming site as early as September if the show follows a similar trend, but fans will have to wait until the latest season closes before finding out for sure.

What Actors and Actresses Will Appear in the Queen of Flow Season 2?

Season 2 of “The Queen of Flow” will see the return of at least two of the show’s most popular stars, with Carolina Ramirez reprising her role as Yeimy Montoya and Carlos Torres reprising his role as the disgraced Charly Flow, among others.

Aside from those main characters, it’s tough to predict which other cast members will be back, however it’s a safe bet that Andrés Sandoval will reprise his role as Juancho, Yeimy’s lifelong lover, in the film. Mabel Moreno, who played Charly Flow’s former wife Gema in Season 1, could also return to the show, however given the collapse of their marriage in Season 1, it is possible that she has left the show.

According to the Seal News, “a new opponent who is intimately acquainted with (Yeimy) comes and stalks her.” Some speculate that this new adversary is associated with Mann, the drug kingpin played by Lucho Velasco, who was responsible for Yeimy’s imprisonment. At this time, unfortunately, none of this has been confirmed in writing by the authorities.

What Is the Storyline of the Queen of Flow Season 2

A first season of “The Queen of Flow” presented the narrative of Yeimy, a gifted teenage reggaetón musician who devises a complex plan of vengeance against Charly Flow, a star who abandoned her when she was young.

Yeimy returns to the United States after serving a prison sentence in the country as a result of Charly Flow’s acts as Tammy Andrade, a prominent music producer working for the Drug Enforcement Administration. She is successful in obtaining her vengeance against Charly Flow and reclaiming her life.

Although Caracol Televisión has been careful not to give too much away about the tale it has drawn out for fans in the second season, the network has provided some hints as to what they might expect.

According to the Seal News, Yeimy will face new problems that will put her family’s safety at risk, including a new adversary who will follow her about. Furthermore, according to the Seal News, “Her world, and the world of everybody she loves, staggers, as Charly Flow, from the shadows, strives to reclaim his freedom from the authorities.”

So, while it’s impossible to predict where “The Queen of Flow” will take its characters over the course of its potentially 80-plus episodes in Season 2, fans can be confident that their favourite artists will have plenty of conflict to deal with.

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