,queen of the south“Was a successful Netflix series released 12 years ago and starring the beautiful Kate del Castillo as the lead character, who has completely changed since Teresa Mendoza’s interpretation of the character in the well-known series on one of the biggest and biggest platforms till date. in the first chapter of the most famous stream in the world.”queen of the south, kate del castillo She sported her perfectly young face while playing the role of a young wife.
makeovers in this series kate del castillo were always notorious since the conspiracy ofqueen of the south“It’s just what he needed because it’s a strong story. On his social networks kate del castillo Today she looks very different from the woman who made her mark on the small screen with a series recounting the harsh reality of drug trafficking and whose levels of tension and violence escalated season after season.
one of the most remembered seasons is another where kate del castillo She will have to play the role of Teresa Mendoza, the widow and kidnapped daughter of her drug-trafficking husband. About this seasonqueen of the southThe actress added: “The second season didn’t have an ending, everything was kind of edited to make it more open ended, not really knowing where it is.”
In thoughts of the third season of “queen of the south, kate del castillo gave some clues in social media And the interview about her character’s evolution: “Mendoza still likes tequila, she still likes men, she’s still outspoken, she keeps making mistakes. But we see her becoming more of a warrior, much more street and are going to be seen demanding this justice in many ways”, were the words of kate del castillo About Teresa Mendoza
Apparently it’s the third season”queen of the south“It brings up some related issues that run strictly from drug trafficking and other very recurring realities of the world of crime, such as human trafficking. Faced with this, Kate del Castileor who is always very direct in her statements, whether in social media Or said in front of the cameras: “Unfortunately I think all Latin Americans have a master’s degree in this.”