Valeria was released on Netflix. It was released on the year May of 2020. Valeria is a type of comedy series, and it is also a type of romantic series. It is a genre of comedy and romance. Netflix has renewed the Spanish series, Valeria for season 2. Here we will give you all the news on Valeria Season 2 Release date, plot, spoilers & cast.
Netflix’s Valeria is compared with sex and the city. It’s is like Spanish, it is a sex and the city with a Spanish type. Already Valeria season 1 has got Much success and immense support from the fans and people with including loopholes.
Valeria Season 2 Release Date
Valeria, the Spanish series from Netflix (Who Killed Sara? Season 3) based on the characters of Elisabet Benavent, has just got a release date for its Valeria season 2 at the same time as a trailer. It will therefore be on August 13, 2021, that we will have the opportunity to see Valeria season 2, as we learn from the promising trailer put online by Netflix.
Trailer of Valeria Season 2
Streaming platform Netflix has just unveiled the trailer for Valeria season 2. The latter allows us to learn more about what awaits the young woman in the rest of the series.
What is Valeria Season 2 about?
Once the summer is over, Valeria, played by Diana Gómez (Tatiana in Money Heist Season 5), and her three independent friends: Lola played by Silma López, Carmen, played by Paula Malia (The Neighbor, Crazy About You), and Nerea, played by Teresa Riott, will have to go through crucial moments in their lives, but they will do it as they have always done: together.
Maxi Iglesias reprises the role of Victor, Valeria’s weak point, and Ibrahim Al Shami again plays the husband of our protagonist. During this second season, Valeria has to face a decision that could mark her future as a writer: hide behind a pseudonym and finally live from her profession or give up the publication of her novel and continue to press the inexhaustible world of junk contracts.
All this while his love life continues to falter. Fortunately, although the basics of her life are anything but stable, Valeria continues to rely on the support of three fundamental pillars: her incredible friends Lola, Carmen, and Nerea, who will also go through different situations that will change their lives forever. Marina Pérez and Montaña Marchena write the screenplays for Valeria Season 2 and directed by Inma Torrente and Laura M. Campos. Valeria Season 2 is produced by Plano a Plano and has as executive producer Elísabet Benavent, author of the literary saga Valeria.
The novels of Elísabet Benavent
Elísabet Benavent, the author of Valeria and executive producer of Valeria Season 2, says: “They are much more than four girls. Valeria, Lola, Carmen, and Nerea, give voice to the worries, hopes, fears, and passion of a generation. They are universal. In them, we can find ourselves and the world around us. They make us laugh, they move us, they provide us with the soundtrack of what is to come.”
In addition, this second season gives us the opportunity to walk in a Madrid that, in addition to being the backdrop, is the protagonist, adorned with lights and whose cobblestones are the way to follow for a million stories. Valeria is back… valeria more than ever.
Marina Pérez, screenwriter and executive producer with César Benítez, says: “Valeria is a romantic comedy that tells the story of the purest and most sincere love that can exist: that of four friends. They make themselves grow, mature, they give themselves a hard time. And above all, they do not judge each other. Fiction must entertain, but it is also a great opportunity to convey messages that make us grow as a society.”
Diversity, not defining yourself according to what others think of you, getting out of toxic relationships or the invisible burden are some of the themes addressed in this second season.
Inma Torrente, director of the series, adds: “Madrid is still an important character in Valeria and, although we have shot in the pandemic, we have not reduced the exteriors, so we will continue to enjoy a very rich and fresh Madrid, from tapas bars to the most sophisticated places. This season, we leave summer behind and focus on the Madrid autumn, playing with another chromatic range, expanding our universe, and showing the fresh, diverse, and plural city that is Madrid.
We will see that Valeria and her friends are becoming more mature, making increasingly important and sometimes difficult decisions, growing up, and always helping each other. In addition, in the new episodes, we will be able to see an evolution of the series and a growth in all aspects: the script, the photography, the art, and the wardrobe take a step forward”.