Netflix has announced the addition of several new cast members to its Spanish Original comedy series The Neighbor.
Based on the “El Vecino” comics by Santiago García and Pepo Pérez, the second season of The Neighbor (El Vecino) features new characters played by Gracia Olayo (Paquita Salas), Javier Botet (The Plague), Fran Perea (The Paradise), and Celia de Molina (Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?).
The series follows the (mis)adventures of four friends — Javier (Quim Gutiérrez, El accidente), Lola (Clara Lago, The Commuter), José Ramón (Adrián Pino, Unit 7), and Julia (Catalina Sopelana, Velvet Colección) — after the hapless Javier gains superhuman powers and uses them to fight evil as Titán, his superhero persona.
In the new season, they meet a mysterious official (Javier Botet), who shows up in their neighborhood to find the real Guardian. Meanwhile, Madrid is in the running as a candidate for the Olympic games, and the Mayor (Gracia Olayo) will do everything possible to win them, including using a famous actor (Fran Perea) to pretend to be Titán in order to take advantage of his commercial appeal and pull with the public.
(Trailer is from Season 1)
Returning cast members include Aníbal Gómez (Justo antes de Cristo), Denís Gómez (Unauthorized Living), and Paula Malia (Valeria).
Produced by Zeta Studios (Élite) for Netflix, the new season is written by Raúl Navarro (El fin de la comedia), Miguel Esteban (El fin de la comedia), and Marc Crehuet (Pop ràpid), and directed by Ernesto Sevilla (Museo Coconut), Raúl Navarro, Víctor García León (Vamos Juan), and Mar Olid (Unauthorized Living).
Netflix hasn’t announced the premiere date for Season 2 of The Neighbor yet. Stay tuned for updates.
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