New Series installment finally drops after 2 years in the making
The highly anticipated Netflix release, Selena: The Series is finally live. As on Friday, December 4th so get ready to binge after checking out the trailer below. The show is inspired by the life story of the late Selena Quintanilla and has been in the works since the project was announced two years ago.
There’s been a lot of eagerness by Fans of the singer and the excitement has been building to finally to get another look into her life and her rise to fame.
It was 1997 (23 years ago!) when Jennifer Lopez first portrayed Selena in a feature film chronicling the the life and untimely death of the the singing star. For the Netflix series, Christian Serratos (The Walking Dead) is now playing Selena. The series is particularly focused on her rise to stardom, rather than being a biopic, as in the original movie version with Jennifer Lopez in the leading role.
Season 1, also called Selena: The Series was focused on Selena’s childhood and her initial experiences in learning and beginning to rise in the world of music and ended at a cliffhanger moment where she was in a dilemma with her personal life.
When, After a period of time hiding their budding relationship from her parents, Selena’s (Christian Serratos) romance with guitar player Chris Pérez’s (Jesse Posey) became known, causing her father Abraham (Ricardo Chavira) to throw him out of the band.
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