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Who Killed Sara? (Spanish: ¿Quién mató a Sara?) is a Mexican thriller streaming television series created by José Ignacio Valenzuela and produced by Perro Azul for Netflix. The first season was released by the latter platform in March 2021.
Alex, a man convicted of a crime he did not commit, is released after 18 years behind bars. Upon leaving, he only wants revenge on Rodolfo Lazcano, the person responsible for the death for which he was sentenced. Things get complicated when Alex starts a sentimental relationship with Elisa, the Lazcano’s youngest daughter, and when he discovers that Rodolfo is innocent and that someone else, who has skillfully kept in the shadows, was the true cause of his disgrace.[su_divider top=”yes” text=”Go to the top” style=”default” divider_color=”#FD8B00″ link_color=”#FD8B00″ size=”4″ margin=”15″]
The hunt for Sara’s murder continues as Alex struggle with an unknown body found in his backyard. Being an ex-convict, Alex fears another imprisonment, but Chema’s lawyer boyfriend, Lorenzo helps Alex with legalities. The court orders the police department to find out the identity of the decayed body and its relationship with Alex. He has six months before the police send him into prison again.
Out in the wild, Alex learns that her sister, Sara, was schizophrenic and could have potentially killed the person whose grave was found in his house. He digs out the truth about his sister’s dual life and the truth about two murders he was charged with.
Who Killed Sara? Season 2 explores the same rivalry between Alex and his nemesis, Caesar. The other characters play an important role but the series is heavily impacted by 4 new characters, who are Sara’s best friend – Marifer, the dead man – Abel Martinez, Sara’s drug dealer – Nicandro, and Ceasar – the main antagonist.
Season 2 tries its level best to maintain the same chase and thrills through its twists and turns. While this season explores Sara’s character more in-depth, it fails to portray an active protagonist, i.e. Alex. The original characters seemed dull and lazy. Even the terror of the prominent protagonist failed to build momentum. Caesar was too shaken already, and another man who had the potential of creating dread was already dead. The ghost past does not serve much entertainment.
The mystery circling around Sara’s murder seemed too stretched already and by the end of Season 2, the bridge was burdened with boredom. A prominent reason for it could be, Sara was shown in a different light, her innocence was fleeting away, due to which the sympathy for her character was lost. Alex got too comfortable with the life outside prison and his feeling of revenge was only visible in his words. The crescendo created by Season 1 was dropped in Season 2.
Nevertheless, anyone who had binged Season 1, would be able to bear the next season, and an upcoming season 3. Yes, Season 2 leaves another open end and it seems that there is more to Sara’s death than the death of Osama Bin Laden himself.
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