Salma Hayek’s Monarch series will be canceled

Mexico City- The Monarch Emporium and the Curranza family crash in and out of the screen.

Oswaldo Benavitz, one of the protagonists of the Netflix series produced by Salma Hayek, pointed out the cancellation of the project.

“In the absence of news … I say goodbye to #AndressCranzza. What a sweet project. Thanks for all the monarcalaserie and everyone who was there. How proud to be involved.

The story follows the Coronza family, an important Mexican family that owns the famous Tequila Company after the Patriot’s death, and how they deal with power, lies, intrigue, corruption and crime in Mexico.

The series, which premiered its second season this year, also features star performances by Irene Azuela and Juan Manuel Bernal, who commented on the release by Benavitz on Instagram.

“I love you (I love you). Brother,” Anu Maria’s translator released Azuela.

“What a pride I have made with that wonderful team! No one can snatch it from me! And the immense satisfaction of delivering the first world production to the audience, we think Latin America deserves it all! I love you bro! # Curranza! I hug you!”, Said Bernal, who plays Joaquin .

The show’s producer and director Fernando Rovers has unofficially confirmed the show’s sequel.

It is a Hayek product by his company Ventanarosa and Lemon Studios.

So far, neither the filmmakers nor Hayako have confirmed the third season of Netflix or the end of the series.

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