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Will There Be A Wrong Side Of The Tracks Season 2?

Holly Beaumont

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Will There Be A Wrong Side Of The Tracks Season 2?

The most recent show to enter the Netflix top ten list in both the UK and the U.S. is the Spanish drama, Wrong Side of The Tracks. The series originally premiered in Spain, however, it has become hugely popular globally since its debut in May. 

Due to the success of the first season of the Spanish drama, many viewers are wondering if there is going to be a season two. 

Netflix described the first season of the Spanish drama as ‘witty’, ‘gritty’, and ‘suspenseful’. Season one explores the story of a teenage girl who becomes embroiled in a drug-related drama and how her grandfather decides to take matters into his hands.  

So, will there be a Wrong Side of the Tracks season 2?


Everything We Know About Wrong Side Of The Tracks Season 2: 

The two pieces of good news for fans are that there will be a Season 2 of the action-packed drama, and it has actually already been filmed. The only down-side for British viewers is that it is not available for streaming in the UK as of yet. There has not been an official announcement about when the second season will be available for UK viewers, however it has been speculated that Netflix might premiere Season 2 in July, two months after the release of season 1. 

Each season of Wrong Side of The Tracks consists of eight episodes. If the first season is any indication of what season 2 is like, the episodes will likely be much longer than typical Netflix shows, with an average length of 72 minutes. 

So, this is officially your sign to binge the first season of Wrong Side of The Tracks and watch this space for season 2!

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film

Holly Beaumont
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