The Queen of Flow, known in Spanish as La Reina del Flow, is a Colombian television drama on Caracol Television. Andres Salgado conceived the series, which he also wrote and produced. It was shot in Medellin, Antioquia, and New York City.
The programme is produced by Ernesto Escamilla, Angelica Guerra, and Luis Eduardo Jimenez and is directed by Liliana Bocanegra and Rodrigo Lalinde. It is a co-production of Sony Pictures Television and Telesat for Caracol.
The Queen of Flow’s enormous success in Columbia, where it quickly became the most viewed program, prompted Netflix to buy the show’s worldwide rights. On November 9, 2018, the program eventually premiered on the streaming platform.
The Queen of Flow Season 2 Release Date
The Queen of Flow season 1 debuted on Caracol Television on June 12, 2018, and on Netflix on November 9, 2018.
The first season has a whopping 82 episodes. Netflix has yet to confirm the release date for season 2 of The Queen of Flow, and hence the following season’s premiere date remains uncertain.
However, given that Caracol Television has confirmed the program for a second season, it is quite probable that Netflix will follow suit and take it up as well. It was revealed by an Instagram post that included a photo and the message, “How did you enjoy this news?” Raise your hand if you were ecstatic when # LaReinaDelFlow2 was announced!”
It took five months for the series to arrive on Netflix after its premiere on its parent channel. Thus it seems as if The Queen of Flow season 2 will be on Netflix in 2020. This section will be updated when new information becomes available.
The Queen of Flow Plot
The Queen of Flow is centered on Yeimy Montoya, a modest, brilliant 16-year-old who loves urban music. She aspires to be the best vocalist the world has ever seen in any creative genre. She had no idea that her dream would be fleeting.
Her desires are cut short when she is duped by the one she placed the greatest confidence in. She is over heels in love with Charly, who later reveals himself to be a serial cheater.
He steals her tunes and smuggles narcotics into the United States. She is condemned to jail in New York and loses her family when they are murdered on the instructions of the drug mafia.
Yeimy returns after seventeen years with a deep-seated desire for vengeance. Now, her single objective is to destroy those who wrecked her life, as well as the lives of her relatives.
She assumes the guise of Tamy Andrade, a rich reggaeton producer, and effectively ends Charly Flow’s career. She eliminates each of her adversaries one by one by becoming one of them.