“Valeria”, the Spanish feel good series, is back on Netflix for a brand new season, synonymous with changes for the heroine and her friends.
They are back for our greatest pleasure. This Friday, August 13, 2021, Netflix is putting online the long-awaited season two of Valeria. The launch of this Sex & the City Madrid, released in 2020, was a big hit and the series quickly ranked among the best Hispanic fiction on the streaming platform. Today, Valeria and her friends are therefore back for new adventures which promise to be as eventful and “caliente” as in the first season.
Back in Madrid, Valeria starts a new stage in her life. Totally lost as to her future, she must make a professional choice that can cost her dearly: accept the demands of her publisher and publish her novel under a pseudonym or else give up its publication for good and say goodbye to her dream of becoming a writer. .e. In addition to this dilemma, the shadow of Victor, the boy who drives her crazy and who caused her breakup with Adrian, hovers over her head, making her very doubtful. Fortunately, she can always count on the undeniable support of her three friends Lola, Carmen and Nerea who, too, will have to resolve their personal problems. One thing is certain, friendship, conflict, sex, partying and laughter should be there.
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“Valeria”, a real literary success in Spain
Adapted from the literary saga of the same name written by Elísabeth Benavent, Valeria consists of four books and has already sold over a million copies in Spain. For this second season, the author becomes executive producer and fans will be able to see her in an episode. If the success is there again, no doubt that the rest of the novels will be adapted to the screen.
And for those who will devour this new season and will be impatient to discover the rest of Valeria’s adventures, Elisabeth Benavent’s books have been translated into French and are available in all bookstores. An idea of summer reading to be enjoyed without moderation.