Over a decade since Kate del Castillo became Teresa Mendoza, La Reina del Sur (Queen of the South), Huge Ratings Hit It Broke Telemundo’s record in his debut season in 2011Ahead of the season 3 premiere, she explored how her character has evolved from a naive young woman to a powerful drug trafficker. was shared.
“Fate drove her into a world she didn’t want, the world of men, where she had to fight many evils and made margaritas out of lemons.
“Also, I think my character, Teresa Mendoza, is an anti-heroine. She’s real, she’s raw, she’s flawed in many ways. She has many flaws, and she’s always making mistakes.” .so she is real….she is also a mother and loves like a mother and protects not only her daughter but everyone…her people.
The third season begins with Teresa in prison.
“After four years in full confinement, Teresa decided to break out of prison to seek justice. We completely moved away from the drug storyline. It was her desire to seek justice.” It’s about, and it also tackles important issues such as human trafficking…it’s a great story overall,” she says.
“Add in the actors and the amazing work and all the value you see in this third season is amazing. was. [season] At that time of day, regardless of language. Beat ABC, CBS and NBC. this is great for me. Doing it in your own language would really be a crossover. This is really great. “
And considering she barely got the role…
“I had been chasing the role for a long time, and it was originally going to be made into a movie. It went through a lot of directors and actresses. They didn’t want to look at me.It was made into a movie, it was made into a series.I never imagined it would be so successful.It was a big surprise for everyone.”
A Mexican telenovela actress once admitted La Reina del Sur impacted her life.
“It was a turning point in my career. I already had a solid career, but this character was loved by everyone and brought me to a wider global audience. as a person and changed the course of my career.”
What paved the way for other major roles in the Telemundo series, including TV and film opportunities in Hollywood bad boys for life, 2 seasons on Netflix mysterious When until death do us part Among other things, it debuted in Peacock in September. She also started her own production company, her Cholawood, and created her own projects.
Meanwhile, she celebrates her past successes over the last two seasons La Reina del Sur. She strongly believes season 3 will be another hit.
Pepe Rapazoto (Queen of the South, Shameless), Umberto Zurita (La Querida del Centauro, La Reina del Sur), Isabella Sierra (La Reina del Sur 2, 100 Dias para Enamorarnos), Kika Edgar (La Reina del Sur 2, Mujeres Acesinas), Alejandro Calva (La Reina del Sur, Senhora Acero), Tiago Correa (La Reina del Sur 2, La Casa de las Flores), Eduardo Yáñez (La Reina del Sur 2, Falsa Identidad), Lincoln Palomek (La Reina del Sur, Senora Acero) Antonio Gill (La Reina del Sur 2), Emmanuel Hollander (La Reina del Sur, Senora Acero), Cuca Escribano (La Reina del Sur), Sarah Vidretta (La Reina del Sur), Agata Clares (La Reina Del Sur) and Dmitry Anisimov (La Reina del Sur).
season 3 of La Reina del Sur It premieres on Tuesday, October 18th at 9:00 PM ET/PT on Telemundo, which is exclusively licensed in the US and Puerto Rico.
Netflix has worldwide exclusive rights to OTT. The streamer has yet to announce when the series will be available on the platform.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/veronicavillafane/2022/10/17/celebrating-season-3-debut-kate-del-castillo-shares-how-la-reina-del-sur-changed-her-life/ To celebrate the season 3 debut, Kate del Castillo shares how ‘La Reina del Sur’ changed her life