FIND ALL THE NEWS ABOUT HAUNTED: LATINOAMERICA SEASON 2 ON NETFLIX! RELEASE DATE, RENEWAL, AND MORE.
Haunted: Latinoamérica is available on Netflix! for more information about when will be released the Season 2, read on! True hauntings stories are meant to be much more frightening than fabricated stories because they happened. It’s not for nothing that the Amityville Horror House is still visited more than forty years after the release of the film that describes it.
Last year, a documentary series called The Unreal was released, in which people recalled their stories of spirits and possession. While dramatic re-enactments brought these frightening and terrifying descriptions to life. Now there is a Latin American version.
Much like its American counterpart, Haunted: Latinoamérica is made up of real people telling real-life stories of possession, haunted houses, terrifying spirit attacks, and other related stories. The format is also the same: the person tells their story in a play with relatives and others who have been through the same issues, and then there are dramatic re-enactments of those scenes. If you’ve completed the first season, then you might want to know everything about Season 2 of Haunted: Latinoamérica on Netflix!
WHAT IS THE RELEASE DATE FOR SEASON 2 OF HAUNTED: LATINOAMERICA ON NETFLIX?
The first season was released at the end of March 2021 on Netflix. It is made up of 5 episodes of around 30 minutes! Currently, no official renewal announcements have been made by Netflix regarding Season 2 of Haunted: Latinoamérica!
The original series debuted on October 19, 2018. The second season followed roughly a year later, with new episodes released on October 11, 2019. There have been no other episodes of The Irreel in 2020, but that can probably be attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you stick with this type of format, then the release date of Season 2 of Haunted: Latinoamérica should be set for Spring 2022 on Netflix!
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE FOLLOWING?
Both L’Irréel series use strangers to effectively tell these ghost stories. People who tell their stories on camera are presented as “real” individuals who have experienced precisely what they describe. There are also the actors who are part of the reenactments, but then again, you won’t find any recognizable big names in this series.
We expect Season 2 of Haunted: Latinoamérica to continue with this formula of immersing viewers into these sinister worlds without having major guest stars. It would indeed be interesting if the series managed to attract a celebrity who claims to have made an encounter with another world.