The Queen of Flow is a Colombian telenovela produced by Sony Pictures TV and broadcasted for Caracol Television. The show made its debut in 2018 and ever since then it has quickly won the hearts of the audiences and received positive reviews from critics. The show features tons of music and a whole lot of drama. When the series first premiered it charted Top 1 as the most-watched show in Colombia. The Queen of Flow also made its entry to the Top 10 of Most successful shows since private TV began in Colombia in the year 1998. Now that the second season has finished airing, fans are wondering if there will be more seasons to this incredible show. Let’s find out. Here’s everything we have so far about season 3 of The Queen of Flow.
What’s the show about?
The Queen of Flow centres on Yeimy Montoya, a teenager who simply adores city music. She assumes transforming into the best musician in the music industry that the globe will ever witness. Unaware of what awaits her, her dream comes tumbling down after she’s betrayed by the people she trusted the most. She soon falls in love with a man named Charly who came out to be a fraudster. To take revenge, she took on a new identity as Tamy Andrade and annihilates every single person that did her wrong.
The Queen of Flow Season 3: Release Date
The Queen of Flow has two seasons with 172 episodes in total. The first season had 82 episodes which premiered on June 12, 2018, and finished airing on October 9, 2018. After such an incredible first season, Caracol Television on October 9, 2018, greenlit a second season which premiered April 26 2021 to September 10, 2021, with a total of 90 episodes.
As of now, it’s not known whether there will be a third season and in case even if a third season happens it won’t arrive until the end of 2022 or sometime in 2023 but we assume that the third season of The Queen of flow is quite unlikely as actress Carolina Ramirez who played Yeimy Montoya revealed that the show has already reached its last phase and that more seasons of The Queen of Flow is not possible.
Should a third season is confirmed, we would see the major casts return to reprise their roles including Carolina Ramírez (as Yeimy Montoya / Tammy Andrade), Carlos Torres (as Carlos Cruz aka Charly Flow), Andrés Sandoval (as Juan Camilo Mesa aka Juancho), Mabel Moreno (as Gema Granados de Cruz), Adriana Arango (as Ligia de Cruz), Lucho Velasco (as Dúver Cruz aka Manín), Pacho Rueda (as Lucio), Diana Wiswell (as Catalina Bedoya), Mariana Garzón (as Vanessa Cruz Granados), Kiño (as Axel), Sebastián Silva (as Alberto Espitia aka Pite), Mariana Gomez (as Irma), Juliana Moreno (as Lina Mesa), Lina Cardona (as Carolina Pizarro), Valentina Lizcano (as Zulma López).
The Queen of Flow Season 3: Plot
In the second season of The Queen Flow, things took a drastic turn and everyone got what they deserve. Yeimy was able to let go of everything and learn how to forgive. There is no cliffhanger, it was a clean ending but fans have expressed their dissatisfaction about how the show ended. Carolina Ramirez has also expressed that she would have changed the ending if it was in her hands to change the story.
It was in a short farewell video that she made where Ramírez spilled some secrets. She said, “It would have changed a lot of things, but the story was not mine. The only thing I knew was that Manín was going to revive, but it never occurred to me in my life that they were going to compensate Charly.”
“I would have taken away the scene from ‘Juancho’ with Daniela, it seems to me that it was not necessary to see that. With that redemption that ‘Juancho’ had with Yeimy in the last scene it was enough, because he also takes a very great pain. Give up that run over, harmful love, whatever you want (…) It would have taken like four days too. I think that ending, that new kidnapping was too much. I think the story could have been closed in other ways, even with that final concert.”
The actress also expressed that she wanted Yeimy to end up being happy alone without the need to be with a man. She added, “An empowered woman without a man next to her? But it is me, who has a more personal vision, I romanticize the fact that women empower themselves and be very incredible without needing the love of a man. I would have liked to have been able to write a story with a single woman ending.”