The Spanish thriller series Sky Rojo focuses on three women, Coral (Veronica Sanchez), Wendy, and Gina (Yany Prodo), who are on the run against the henchmen from Romeo (Asier Etxeandia), a pimp and owner of Club Las Novias. As fans witnessed in Season 1, the series was filled with action and adrenaline. Fans can expect more of this in Season 2.

After all their adventures, Season 2 sees the girls become braver and have a plan to conquer their oppressors. You might also like series like Elite’, Control Z’ and Somos if you enjoy Spanish thrillers.

Date of release

Sky Rojo will be available on Netflix on July 23rd.

How to stream live?

Sky Rojo will be available on Netflix on July 23rd at 3:00 am. Sign up for the free trial to watch the series. The streaming company also offers different subscription options. The premium plan allows for more people to view the service simultaneously on multiple screens and costs $18 per monthly. The basic US plan is $9 per month.

Plot

A Netflix synopsis says that “A fatal turn in events at a brothel sends 3 women haunted pasts on the wild run from their pimp, his henchmen”. The hunter becomes the hunter in this season’s episode, as Wendy, Coral, and Gina ensure that grudges are dealt with using guns and seriously brave moves.

Cast

Lali Esposito

Lali Esposito, an actor-singer/songwriter from Argentina is Lali Esposito. Esposito started her acting career as a child actor in the children’s TV series “Rincon de Luz”. After that, she was cast as Marianella “Mary” Rinaldi on the TV series Casi Angeles”. This made Esposito a household name. Multi-talented Esposito was also part of the teen rock band ‘Teen Angels,’ which originated on ‘Casi Los Angeles’. Lali’s film debut was in ‘La Pelea de Mi Vida’ (2012). She also starred in other films like ‘Permitidos and ‘Tita de Buenos Aires. Along with her acting career, Esposito also continues her music career. Esposito was the opening act at Ricky Martin’s charity concert in November 2014 and Katy Perry’s The Prismatic World Tour in October 2015. Lali Esposito started filming for Netflix’s “Sky Rojo” in 2019.