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The House of Flowers Season 2 Release Date, Trailer, Cast Review

Season one had enough succulent show and plot turns. The subsequent season raises the stakes with more insider facts, amusing stories and Machiavellian plotting in the eyeball-popping universe of the De La Mora family.

Director: Manolo Caro
Writers: Monika Revilla, Mara Vargas, Gabriel Nuncio and Manolo Caro
Cast: Cecilia Suarez, Aislinn Derbez, Dario Yazbek, Bernal, Arturo Rios, Juan Pablo Medina
Seasons: 2 (2018, 2019)
Streaming on: Netflix

There’s something charming about broken families. Maybe it’s the mix of fun at others’ expense and help that your family is saner. The De La Mora family is up there with the best and it’s with exasperated affection that you see the grown-ups show horrible conduct and a proclivity for awful choices.

The House of Flowers Season 2 Trailer

Everything has changed in season two, which starts a year after season one finishes. Virginia De La Mora (Veronica Castro) is no more and is, amusingly enough, covered alongside her better half Ernesto’s (Arturo Rios) ex-fancy woman, Roberta (Claudette Maille). Her family, put something aside for her most seasoned little girl Paulina (Cecilia Suarez), have lamented and proceeded onward.

The House of Flowers Season 2 Release Date

18 October 2019

The House of Flowers Season 2 Review

Ernesto is currently associated with a profound faction that attempts to urge cash under the pretense of offering divine climb. Elena (Aislinn Derbez) has grasped her nymphomaniac inclinations over expert obligations (prompting catastrophes at work). Julian (Dario Yazbek Bernal) chooses the main thing he’s great at is sex and chooses to turn into an escort to make cash to pay for Namibia, the girl he has with Lucia (Sheryl Rubio). Obviously, that doesn’t prevent him from pining after his one genuine romance, Diego (Juan Pablo Medina), who grabbed the family’s fortune in the past season… or did he?