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[04/27/17 - 09:01 AM]
Netflix Confirms Season 2 of "Ingobernable"
"I'm very excited to be continuing on this incredible project with Netflix," expressed Kate del Castillo.

[via press release from Netflix]

Netflix Confirms Season 2 of "Ingobernable"

The fight for truth continues. Emilia Urquiza, played by Kate del Castillo, must prove her innocence

Hollywood, Calif., April. 27, 2017 - Netflix confirms the renewal of season 2 of the highly captivating original series, Ingobernable. Intrigued fans could not get enough of the mystery surrounding Emilia Urquiza (Kate del Castillo), and her struggle to prove her innocence, dignity and determination for justice.

The explosive altercations, sizzling love triangles and unresolved questions surrounding the death of the Mexican President leaves audiences worldwide wanting more. As the search for truth continues, so will the action and drama in the second season of Ingobernable that is set to debut 2018.

"For us at Argos it is an honor, privilege and a huge commitment to be making a second season of Ingobernable with Netflix. We are very grateful to the people in Mexico, the United States and many other countries that watched the series, took an interest in the story of Emilia Urquiza and want to know more about her fight. We thank Netflix for the trust and support," said Epigmenio Ibarra, creator and executive producer of the series.

"I am very happy to know that a second season of Ingobernable has been confirmed. There are many things left to do and say and many characters to discover. I'm very excited to be continuing on this incredible project with Netflix," expressed Kate del Castillo.

Vice President of International Original Series at Netflix, Erik Barmack, said "Kate del Castillo and Argos have created an edgy character and a groundbreaking series that have captivated fans in Mexico and around the world. We are thrilled to be continuing this story on Netflix."

Ingobernable is produced by Argos and created by Epigmenio Ibarra, Veronica Velasco and Natasha Ybarra-Klor. Additionally, Epigmenio Ibarra and Veronica Velasco served as executive producers of the first season and Pedro Pablo Ibarra "Pitipol" and Jose Luis Garcia Agraz as directors.

All previous episodes of season 1 are now available on Netflix.





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