FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ACAPULCO SEASON 2!
Coming of age has never been an easy process; the sudden burdens placed on us can be overwhelming, but we need to understand that it is acceptable to feel that way and navigate our way through it; after all, isn’t that what being young is all about: perplexing yet peaceful? As if this weren’t enough, life throws several situations the way that leaves you even more perplexed.
What would you do if you landed the job of your dreams? Do we not all want to provide the best possible life for our families? Are you capable of calculating who you fall for? Throughout this, you may attempt to find ways to blame life. And when it comes to assigning blame, ‘Echame La Culpa’ is a well-known Spanish phrase that translates as ‘Assign blame to me.’ Now is the time to place the blame squarely on Acapulco, as this bilingual coming-of-age comedy has announced its return for a second season.
The following is everything we currently know about Acapulco Season 2:
Date and time of the release of Season 2 of Acapulco
While no official release date has been announced for the series, it is premature to request one given that shooting is expected to begin this spring, as Deadline reported. Having said that, it is anticipated to be released in 2023, assuming all goes well.
Where can I watch Season 2 of Acapulco?
Acapulco Season 1 is currently streaming on Apple TV+, and the second season has been renewed for a September premiere.
Is Season 2 of Acapulco available on Netflix?
Acapulco is highly unlikely to ever be available on Netflix or any other streaming service, as it is an Apple TV+ original.
How many episodes will Acapulco Season 2 contain?
Acapulco Season 2 is expected to consist of ten episodes, similar to Season 1, each lasting 45 to 50 minutes.
The cast of Acapulco Season 2
Enrique Arrizon portrays our adorable young Maximo Fernando as his close friend Memo Camila Perez portrays his love interest-Julia Damian portrays Pablo Eugenio as the story’s older Maximo or narrator.
They are the central characters among a large cast of supporting actors; while additions to the list are possible, nothing is certain at the moment.
Season 2 of Acapulco Plot
There is no official trailer or snippets of Season 2 to tease us. While it will pick up where the previous season left off, the central storyline will remain the same – our protagonist coming to terms with the fact that not everything that glitters is gold.
Recap of Acapulco’s First Season
Season 1 consisted of ten episodes that chronicled Maximo’s journey into the dream resort as a pool-side worker with the assistance of a man named Pablo. The set is visually appealing and vibrant, making it a sight to behold. While working there, Maximo develops feelings for the girl in the front office department, who happens to be the owner’s son’s girlfriend.
Is Maximo willing to violate his principles to sleep with a woman he likes? The commentary is provided by an older Maximo who is looking back on his younger self and mocking himself at times, while also appreciating his struggles with others. As the story progresses, we must watch to see if he saves enough money to pay for his mother’s cataract surgery, while also making new meaningful friends and dealing with a few betrayals. Additional information would detract from the experience and inundate you with spoilers.
Season 1 ratings and reviews on IMDB
The public embraced the show for the concept it portrayed; in an era defined by highly violent OTT shows, this one focused on a more heartwarming subject: adulthood. It demonstrated various shades of it as well as how certain circumstances can cause a child to mature. It has a respectable Tomatometer score of 7.5/10, which substantiates its credibility.
If you haven’t seen this satirical take on life, on how difficult it is to mature and learn to be responsible, you can watch the Season 1 trailer here: