Production has started in Madrid on the third season of Paquita Salas, the award-winning comedy series created, written, and directed by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo.
When we last saw Paquita Salas (Brays Efe, The Year of the Plague), she was packing it in and closing up shop after numerous attempts to gain new clients for her talent agency business failed.
In Season 3, Paquita decides to come back from retirement, launching a more modest agency (or, as she would say, more “gourmet’’). Back in business and back to hunting for new talent, Paquita will be challenged to face the world of influencers and short films, and she and all the other characters will realize how difficult it is to reinvent yourself.
“Darlings, the bravest bull is back in the bullring. I’ve had it up to here with a calmed life, I like trouble. I will shake the business, ‘La Paca’ is going for all.”
Season 3 of Paquita Salas will have six episodes (up from the five of the previous two seasons) and see the return of series regulars Belén Cuesta (Locked Up) as Magüi, Lidia San José (Luis Miguel: La Serie) as herself, Álex de Lucas (Bajo el mismo techo) as Álex, Yolanda Ramos (Welcome to the Family) as Noemí Argüelles, and Anna Castillo (El ministerio del tiempo) as Belén de Lucas.
Joining the Season 3 cast as a series regular is Terelu Campos (Canguros), who appeared in the Season 2 finale as Bárbara Valiente, the owner of B Fashion, “Spain’s greatest showroom” — and quite possibly Magüi’s new boss.
As with Seasons 1 and 2, there will be star cameos.
Produced by Apache Films for Netflix, the third season of Paquita Salas will premiere globally on Netflix in 2019. Stay tunes for updates.
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