Season 1 of “Sky Rojo” will undoubtedly be one of the best shows of 2021. It has all the ingredients of a great show, and the makers made sure that viewers get all the thrills of the eight-part series. Alex Pina, creator of the global phenomenon “Money Robbery,” creates bright criminal shows that look good and attract audiences.
Previous editions ended in big rock, and fans waited to see their favourite characters back on screen.
Moses (Miguel Angel Sylvester) is in trouble, but before being buried in a hole, he shoots Wendy (Lali Esposito) while chasing a high-octane car.
Coral (Veronica Sanchez) plays Romeo (Asia Exeandia) at the club, not fighting but apologising. But that was their master plan. During a sword fight in the final, Coral nearly kills Romeo. The amount of the cocaine he had taken before the game surprised him. But Coral saved him because we don’t know why.
Season 2 begins where the previous one ended. Romeo strangled Coral, but his body couldn’t take the pressure. After rescuing him, he managed to escape. Coral walks into a room and tells all the girls that they are free.
You don’t have to work for Romeo, and you can start a new life. Before he leaves, he is stopped by Romeo’s men, who threaten to kill him. But he wasn’t in the mood to take anything because he was high on cocaine.
On the other hand, Wendy and Gina (Yani Prado) are fighting for their lives. Christian (Enrik Aucker) finally finds him and asks about his brother. Wendy took out a gun and straightened it.
She tells him to drop his gun and tells how she made life difficult for him by s*xually harassing him in a brothel. At the moment, we have the idea that this season has also been captivating. With flashbacks that have lifted the previous edition. Flashbacks help viewers connect with these characters on an emotional level.
As season two progresses, we see the girls get together and try to escape Romeo’s claws.
However, it is not that simple. They do their best to start a better life. But when a pimp and his killer are in front of you. It is tough to start your life all over again.
At the end of Episode 2, took Coral, Wendy, and Gina prisoner. But it was different this time. They were buried in the same pit where they buried Moses. The girls run out of oxygen while Romeo and the boy’s party hard.
The problem with season 2 is that you don’t see anything in the first four episodes. The previous one ended up being so big that producers can do whatever they can to make this season even better.
Unfortunately no. Coral was the most robust character in the first instalment, but he was annoying in the first four episodes of last season. We can’t blame Sanchez now.
Pina and Esther Matinez Lobato are to blame for sending these characters so far off the rails. However, they managed to bring it back to life in the final two episodes of the season.
On the other hand, the story about Wendy and Gina is much better.
We fought for them and their rainbow with better-written characters in the last issue. Esposito proved to be a revelation in the first season, and he took a step forward to show off his talent.
As spectators, it’s frustrating to know that if all three take the lead, they’ll stick them at a time when they didn’t expect Roma to come around the corner.
Apart from the three, the focus this time is Moses and Christian. At first, Moses wanted to kill the girls, but in the end, he saved them for his brother. His brother Christian does wants to start a new life and thinks this is right.
So he saves the three and gives them a chance to start a new life. Miguel Angel Sylvester as Musa is fantastic, and people will believe that he is trying to be a better person. Enrik Aucker, on the other hand, is excellent as a Christian. He is confused between starting a new life and bumping into Romeo.