Paco León announces that ‘Arde Madrid’ will not have a second season for “personal issues and professional”

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    Paco León announces that 'Arde Madrid' will not have a second season for

    Paco León has announced via his twitter account ‘Arde Madrid’ finally, will not have second season. Movistar+ had been announced its renewal last November after the good reception by the public of his first and ultimately only season.

    Leon, co-creator along with Anna R. Costa, director of all the episodes and one of the protagonists of the series, has stressed that after evaluating a series of “issues of personal and professional” has opted not to move forward with the second installment. The actor also highlighted ‘Arde Madrid’ will be in mini-series as was originally planned. 

    there has Not been an easy decision

    Movistar+ not yet taken in the give all your support to Leon and Coast, but not before pointing out that the series didn’t go ahead for reasons to the chain, but to clarify: “Paco and Anna we can only support them in their decision, because they are rarely wrong. I want to.“. Everything indicates that is has reached an agreement amicably.

    let us Remember that the first one got more than 1.2 million viewers to see an episode of the first season during the first four days it was available. We don’t know how much it grew after that figure, but very clear have due to have Lion and Coast to Movistar+ accept to stay without it.

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    The news Paco León announces that ‘Arde Madrid’ will not have a second season for “personal issues and professional” was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .


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    Paco León announces that ‘Arde Madrid’ will not have a second season for “personal issues and professional”
    Source: www.vayatele.com  
    May 3, 2019

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