Triptych was released on Netflix on February 22, so it's been on the stream for a while. Most people have watched the entire first season so far and are wondering if new episodes are coming soon. Luckily, you've got us to share everything there is to know about a potential Triplets season 2.
The Triplets is a new Mexican thriller series created by Leticia López Margalli. It is believed to be inspired by the true story of a series of triplets (Eddy Galland, David Kellman and Bobby Shafran) who were separated at birth and later found each other in adulthood.
Dark Desire's Maite Perroni stars as forensic agent Rebecca. Investigating a murder, Rebecca realizes that the victim looks just like her and knows her name. This takes him on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth behind his own identity.
David Chocarro, Flavio Medina, Nuria Bages, Ofelia Medina, Ana Layevska, Claudia Lobo, Aldo Gallardo and Daniella Valdez are also in the cast.
Will the triplets have season 2?
As of March 17, Netflix has not announced whether the series will return for a second season. This is not surprising because Netflix usually does not renew its new shows as soon as they are finished. The streaming giant will want to see if people actually watched and enjoyed the first season before making a decision.
Typically, Netflix looks at how many people watched a show in its first 28 days on the platform. Looking at watch hours from the first month helps the broadcaster decide whether to renew or cancel a show. Basically, if watch hours are high from the first month, Netflix is more likely to renew the series. But given the low viewing hours by Netflix standards, Triptych will likely make the opening. Unfortunately, it will likely take a month or so for Netflix to announce what it wants to do with the series.
But if you're wondering what the odds are for a Triplets season 2, we can say that the show will most likely not return with new episodes. From where? Well, the first season pretty much answers all the burning questions and doesn't really leave any unfinished business. I mean, there are some things that can be discovered in season two, such as Dr. It's like digging deeper into Batiz's experiments and other subjects. But the show could really end with the first season. I guess we'll have to wait and see what Netflix decides.
Günceleme: 18/03/2023 17:11