If you typed “La Reina del Sur Telemundo” in any search engine, you would read so many of the following words at the Wikipedia;

La Reina del Sur aka Queen of the South is a story about a young woman, Teresa Mendoza who becomes the most powerful drug trafficker in the entire southern part of Spain!

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Season 1 of Queen of the South is the chronicle of the rise to power of a Mexican woman within the world of international drug trafficking.

Teresa Mendoza begins her adventure as a humble young woman in love with a pilot employed by the Mexican cartels.

When they execute her boyfriend, Teresa flees, desperate to avoid the same fate. Her escape takes her to the south of Spain where she tries to start a new life.

However, she is once again immersed in the world of narcotics trafficking, and for a second time, she suffers the death of a beloved man.

After several blows, Teresa decides to take the reins of her destiny and becomes the head of her own organization.

This was done with the help of a woman she met in prison, who decided to share her fortune with Teresa.

Through building strategic alliances and a strong sense for business, Teresa “La Mexicana” begins to control an intercontinental drug distribution business.

However, her great success is accompanied by a high personal price, and Teresa’s happiness and heart are tested.

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Season 2 of Queen of the South follows the life of Teresa Mendoza eight years after the events of the first-season finale. Isolating herself from the rest of the world, Teresa now lives an idyllic life in Italian Tuscany, but the kidnapping of her daughter forces her to go back to the underworld and reintroduces herself into drug trafficking.

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To save her daughter Sofia, Teresa needs to confront her old enemies once more and face her past that she tried to leave behind.

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Season 1 of La Reina del Sur had characters like…

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  • Cuca Escribano as Sheila (seasons 1–2)

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  • Eduardo Velasco as Coronel Abdelkader Chaib (seasons 1–2)

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  • Alfonso Vallejo as Manolo Céspedes
  • Pablo Castañón as Lalo Veiga
  • Miguel Ángel Blanco as Siso Pernas (seasons 1–2)
  • Lorena Santos as Soraya
  • Sara Maldonado as Verónica Cortés / Guadalupe Romero
  • Carmen Navarro as Marcela “La Conejo” (seasons 1–2)
  • Santiago Meléndez as Saturnino “Nino” Juárez
  • Juan José Arjona as Pablo Flores (seasons 1–2)

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Season 2 of La Reina del Sur had characters like…

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  • Luisa Gavasa as Cayetana Segovia

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  • Antonio Gil as Oleg Yosikov
Imagenes de oficiales del reparto de la telenovela Me declaro culpable. Juan Soler

 

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  • Agata Herranz as Paloma Aljarafe

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  • Abdelali El Aziz as Ahmed (season 2; guest season 1

 

I didn’t get to watch Season 1 of this show myself…I look forward to it!

But as for season 2, I loved it all! Sofia was something else throughout the entire show!

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I am reliable informed that season 3 will be out soon!

Judging by the way things ended in season 2, I look so much forward to it, honestly!

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PS. This show isn’t to be confused with this Queen of the South, however similar they may sound and look!

~ I hope you love what Teresa does! ~