The first season of the HBO horror comedy series Los Espookys, which is largely in Spanish, captivated viewers with its singular blending of strange humor and horror imagery. Despite having just 6 half-hour episodes, the series received praise from both critics and viewers.
After Season 1 ended, many fans were thrilled when Season 2 of the show was approved. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 epidemic prompted production to stop and start again, which extended Season 2’s production duration by over three years. Fortunately, the wait for our crew of horror-themed business owners is almost over. This September, HBO’s favorite wacky horror-core characters will return for a new season. On September 16, 2022, Los Espookys will debut their second season.
Late in July 2022, a teaser for Los Espookys Season 2 was released. Aside from the leader Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) digging up the body of a former beauty pageant queen, there are also sparkly space cowboys, embarrassing dancing moves, and other antics from the ensemble group. Season 2 will be “More amazing, more mysterious, more terrifying than before,” according to the trailer. It appears that they are moving in the correct direction.
Fans were eager for another look at what Season 2 could have in store around a month after the excellent but quick teaser was released. Fortunately, HBO delivered in late August by releasing the official Season 2 trailer. The trailer opens with Andrés (Julio Torres), everyone’s favorite blue-haired oddball best buddy, and Renaldo at a supermarket. While Andrés teases Renaldo for purchasing his underpants at the grocery shop, Renaldo sees the ghost of the beauty competition from the teaser. In a different scene, rsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) is caught up in a political campaign with a friend who is using dubious tactics. Her main plan of attack is to give away free personal-sized pizzas to everyone who votes for her.
Uncle Tico (Fred Armisen) receives an offer from Renaldo to join Los Espookys, which would mark an intriguing change in the dynamics of the characters. Tati’s (Ana Fabrega) persona is still painfully uncomfortable and entertaining. She may be seen in one moment cooking her husband’s favorite dish, gazpacho. Her use of only tomato ketchup in her rendition of the meal makes it, to put it mildly, fascinating.
Fans of the program should recognize the tone and spirit of the trailer. With synth music throbbing in the background that is reminiscent of the 1980s, the energy is cheesy and tacky in the nicest manner imaginable. The clip highlights the bizarre and heartwarming juxtaposition that kept viewers tuned in throughout Season 1.
It addresses the bizarre universe and people with a friendly and hilarious tone, taking a distinct satirical stance on the tropes of the horror genre comparable to Taika Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows.
To the delight of the audience, the majority of the Season 1 core cast is still present. It is predicted that the whole main cast from Season 1 will return, including Julio Torres, Ana Fabrega, Fred Armisen, Cassandra Ciangherotti, and Bernardo Velasco, who are integral parts of Los Espookys. Jose Pablo Minor will reprise his role as Juan Carlos.
Is “Los Espookys: Season 2” on Prime Video?
“Los Espookys: Season 2” will not be streaming on Prime Video. Best options: Filth, Evil Dead.
Is “Los Espookys: Season 2” on Netflix?
“Los Espookys: Season 2” won’t be coming on Netflix. Best shows: That’s Amor, Echoes.
Is “Los Espookys: Season 2” on Hulu?
“Los Espookys: Season 2” will not be seen on Hulu. Best choices: Anaconda, Big.
Is “Los Espookys: Season 2” on HBO Max?
HBO Max will premiere Los Espookys Season 2 on September 16, 2022.
Without any discounts, HBO Max has two monthly prices: $9.99 for its ad-supported plan and $14.99 for its ad-free option. A annual subscription option is available for both options. Ad-free plans cost $149.99 per year, saving consumers around $30 off the monthly pricing, while ad-supported plans cost $99.99 per year, saving users about $20 off the monthly price.
In June 2021, HBO Max’s version with advertisements debuted. What makes the two different, then? Commercials are included in the ad-supported version, of course, but the service guarantees that they won’t run for more than four minutes per hour of streaming video, according to Variety. The ad-supported plan also prohibits subscribers from downloading anything for offline viewing.