High Seas S2 KA & Trailer

When you believe to know everything, more secrets come to the surface... Nothing is what it seems at the Barbara de Braganza

A murderer from the other side? A medium with supernatural powers? Nothing is what it seems in this mysterious transatlantic that hides a secret in each cabin and where the only thing certain is that nobody can escape. 

Netflix presents the official trailer and poster for the second season of High Seas, where unknown passengers, new mysteries and unlikely theories embark on the Barbara de Braganza while it changes the course to continue its journey, but… Will all passengers arrive at the final destination?

Ivana Baquero, Alejandra Onieva and Jon Kortajarena will remain the key players on this suspense series. In this second season, we will have a new cast formed by Claudia Traisac, Antonio Reyes, Chiqui Delgado and Pepe Barroso, al who will join such enigmatic characters as Jose Sacristan, Eduardo Blanco, Eloy Azorin, Natalia Rodríguez and Begoña Vargas. 

High Seas is produced by Bambú Producciones, created by Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira, who also are executive producers along with Teresa Fernández Valdés. This second season is directed by Lino Escalera and Manuel Gómez Pereira.

High Seas: Season 1 is already available on Netflix, the new episodes will premiere next November 22nd on Netflix. 

Link to the Key Art

Link to the trailer

About High Seas

Halfway between Spain and Rio de Janeiro, Bárbara de Braganza is forced to divert its course to save a group of people whose ship has sunk. But with the arrival of the shipwrecked, a series of inexplicable events will begin to take place on the ship. A supernatural world directly linked to one of the new arrivals; Eva and Carolina will have to open their minds and rethink everything they believe in order to solve the mystery of what is happening on the ship. A mystery that will lead them to ask themselves... Is there something more beyond this?

About Netflix

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