Netflix announced the new release date for the highly-anticipated second part of Selena: The Series with a new teaser trailer on Monday from the streaming giant’s YouTube channel.
The trailer features Christian Serratos, the actress portraying Selena, donning the iconic purple outfit worn during the late Latin music icon’s historic Houston rodeo performance in 1995 just months before the Grammy-winning singer was murdered by her fan club president.
Part 1 of the series, which “explores Selena Quintanilla’s journey from singing small gigs to becoming the most successful female Latin artist of all time,” made its Netflix debut on December 4, 2020. Netflix stated that 25 million households watched the series in its first four weeks and that the show landed in the Top 10 list in 23 countries – including the U.S., Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, and Peru. The show spent 26 consecutive days on the Top 10 list in Mexico, and half of the fans came from the U.S., where it spent its first week in the #1 spot on the Top 10 list.
The final part of the two-part series will feature nine episodes and premiere on May 4. Netflix moved the premiere date up 10 days after it was previously announced Part 2 of the series would debut on May 14.
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