The lives of billionaires are much more complicated than average
earning individuals. Despite having billions in their bank accounts, they are still
at each other’s throat to get more, even if they have to go against their own
flesh and blood for it!
Well, that’s what has been portrayed in the TV series
and movies such as Succession. Now, Netflix’s latest series Monarca is offering a Mexican take on the
To ring in the New Year,
Monarca returns for a much anticipated season 2, after leaving the fans
with an interesting cliffhanger in season 1, which was released in 2019. Fans
waited an entire year for the second installment of the show and some interesting episode.
Just like season 1, Monarca
portrays the same concept of corruption and crime, accusations of family
enterprises, as the story relies on power and money hungry characters.
Season 1 left fans with Ana Maria taking charge of the business
at her father’s request, season 2 continues to handle the aftermaths of a
cover-up and the complications of the business empire under new leadership. The
series has a lot of power struggles, battle against crime and goodwill, with a
twist of politics that is the highlight of this thrilling story.
As the season progresses, we see Ana Maria get into trouble
when her bloodied shirt is used as evidence against her. Monarca features a problematic business empire, set to be ripped
away, with family members ready to spoil the accumulated wealth.
Monarca has a
number of good performances just like its predecessor, but the most applauded
part of this series is its amazing soundtrack. The score is present throughout
the series, ripping through some sequences and sneakily catching the viewers
completely off guard.
The Mexican drama series – season 2 features power imbalances between the characters,
and the thirst of having a purpose, which is an unspoken thing in a wealthy
The story involves filthy rich families, crime and corruption sets a
good premise to capture the audiences’ attention. However, the series doesn’t
have anything that we haven’t heard, read, or seen before.
The streaming second season of Monarca
is OK, but not as mind-blowing as the fans expected.
Here’s how fans are reacting
to the Netflix’s Monarca Season 2 streaming on Netflix: