Acapulco is a Spanish and English-language comedy television series produced by Austin Winsberg, Eduardo Cisneros, and Jason Shuman based on the film How to Be a Latin Lover. Keep reading to find out more about Acapulco Season 2.
On October 8, 2021, the series launched on Apple TV+. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 100% of the 15 reviewers’ reviews are good, with an average rating of 7.4/10. According to the website, “Acapulco is as delightfully nostalgic as it is wonderfully lovely, buoyed by its skilled cast and sharp, cheerful comedy.”
Winsberg and Chris Harris are executive producing alongside Shuman, Cisneros, Eugenio Derbez, Benjamin Odell, Eric Tannenbaum, and Kim Tannenbaum, and are claimed to be the showrunners. Originally, Gaz Alazraki was supposed to executive produce and direct the pilot episode, but Richard Shepard was rumored to direct it instead in March 2021.
Acapulco Season 2 Cast
In terms of the cast, we may anticipate seeing the Season 1 key actors return to reprise their roles.
- Eugenio Derbez as Maximo Gallardo Ramos
- Fernando Carsa as Gullermo – Memo
- Damian Alcazar as Don Pablo Bonilla
- Camila Perez as Julia Gonzales
- Chord Overstreet as Chad Davies
- Vanessa Bauche as Nora Gallardo Ramos
- Regina Reynoso as Sara Gallardo Ramos
- Raphael Alejandro as Hugo
- Regina Orozco as Lupe
- Jessica Collins as Diane Davies
- Rafael Cebrian as Hector Valero
- Carlos Corona as Esteban
- Sofia Ruiz as Monica
- Lobo Elias as Beto
- Julian Sedgwick as Rolf
- Rossana de Leon as Adriana
- Ricardo Canamar as Javier
- Erick Zavala as Emilio
- Marco Terán as Eduardo
- Jessica Balsaneli as Sestina
- Rodrigo Urquidi as Augusto
- Eliana Jones as Becca Rosenthal
- Samantha Orozco as Gabriela
Acapulco Season 2 Plot
“Acapulco” season 1 follows the story of twenty-something Máximo Gallardo, who lands the job of a lifetime as a cabana boy at Acapulco’s best resort. He quickly discovers that the work is considerably more difficult than he thought and that to succeed, he must learn to negotiate a demanding clientele, a volatile mentor, and a messy private life without giving into shortcuts. Derbez narrates and plays the present-day version of the main character, Máximo Gallardo, in the series, which is recounted in both Spanish and English.
Season 2 will see young Máximo in 1985, dealing with turmoil at the resort, unanticipated issues at home, and a new love interest who just might rival the lady of his dreams. In the present, an older Máximo (Derbez) lands in Acapulco, where he meets numerous individuals from his past – for better or worse. Fernando Carsa, Damián Alcázar, Camila Perez, Chord Overstreet, Vanessa Bauche, Regina Reynoso, Raphael Alejandro, Jessica Collins, Rafael Cebrián, Regina Orozco, and Carlos Corona also star.
Acapulco Season 2 Storyline
“Acapulco” is based on the 2017 film “How to Be a Latin Lover” by 3Pas Studios and Pantelion Films. Apple works with Lionsgate Television, 3Pas Studios, and The Tannenbaum Company on projects. Co-creators are Austin Winsberg, Eduardo Cisneros, and Jason Shuman, with Chris Harris serving as showrunner. Winsberg, Cisneros, Shuman, Harris, Derbez, and Ben Odell represent 3Pas Studios, while Eric and Kim Tannenbaum and Jason Wang represent the Tannenbaum Company. 3Pas Studios’ Sonia Gambaro co-produces. Season 2 will be shot on location in Mexico.
Pilot, Jessie’s Girl, Invisible Touch, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, All Night Long, Uptown Girl, For Your Eyes Only, Time After Time, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, and You Should Hear How She Talks About You are among the 10 episodes of the first season of Acapulco. Each episode of the Acapulco series lasts around 30 minutes.
Maximo has a fantastic fantasy date with an American visitor towards the end of the first season of the series Acapulco. The memo later unites with his coworkers during a soccer match. Maximo then slips Nora in for the day after discovering that an eye doctor is staying at the resort. Diane, on the other hand, has issues with the motel. Diane reveals the narrative of Don Pablo’s long career at Las Colinas to a group of journalists after she shows them a picture exhibit of the resort’s history.
Later, during the Christmas office meal, Chaos ensues as Maximo’s and Memo’s schemes fail. Julie then figures together the truth behind her birthday gift. Las Colinas throws a huge New Year’s Eve party. Following that, Maximo strives to impress Diane to gain a promotion, while Chad makes a daring move. Let’s wait and see what occurs next.
We anticipate that the second season of Acapulco will similarly have 10 episodes. The producers have not disclosed any specifics about what will happen in Acapulco Season 2. Perhaps the storyline of the second season of Acapulco will pick up where the first season left off.
Acapulco Season 2 Release Date
Acapulco Season 1 received favorable reviews from reviewers, and we anticipate that the second season of the series Acapulco will receive positive feedback from the audience.
Season 2 of Acapulco has yet to be announced. It appears that the second season of the series Acapulco will be revealed shortly. There is a strong possibility that it will be announced sooner than many people thought. We anticipate that Acapulco will be revived for a second season soon. All Acapulco lovers are eagerly awaiting the debut of the show’s second season.
Perhaps it will be available on Apple TV+ since there has been news of Apple TV renewing the show for a second season. The first season of the series Acapulco aired from October 8th to December 3rd, 2021.
Acapulco Season 2 Trailer
The trailer for Acapulco Season 2 has yet to be released. Following the announcement of the second season, it appears that it will be published shortly. On September 23, 2021, Apple TV published the trailer for the first season of the series Acapulco. The trailer available on Youtube already has over 2 million views.
Where To Watch Acapulco Season 2?
The first season of Acapulco is available on Apple TV+ and the second season is also expected to release there.
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