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Los Espookys Season 2 Gets Premiere Date & Spooky-Ooky New Teaser

'Los Espookys' Season 2 Gets Premiere Date & Spooky-Ooky New Teaser

'Los Espookys' Season 2 Gets Premiere Date & Spooky-Ooky New Teaser

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After a few delays related to the horrifying pandemic, Los Espookys are finally back for a second season!

Andrés Valdez (Julio Torres), Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti), Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco), Tati (Ana Fabrega), and Uncle Tico (Fred Armisen) are all returning for the exciting and long-awaited second season of HBO’s Los Espookys. For season two, Úrsula will be challenging the political status quo, whereas Renaldo will be facing the ghost of a beauty queen.

Meanwhile, Andrés will be making peace with his inner demons, Uncle Tico will search for a new meaning in life, and Tati will try to adjust to her newly-married lifestyle.

You can watch the first teaser for Los Espookys season two below.

Aside from the main cast, this second season of Los Espookys will also see the return of Sonia (River L. Ramirez), Mayor Teresa Lobos (Carmen Gloria Bresky), Beatriz (Giannina Fruttero), Juan Carlos (José Pablo Minor), and Krissy (Eudora Peterson).

Season two will also feature guests such as Greta Titelman (playing Ambassador Melanie Gibbons), Spike Einbinder (playing Sombra Del Agua a.k.a. Water’s Shadow), and Sam Taggart (playing JJ). New recurring cast members on Los Espookys include Martine Gutierrez (playing Karina) along with guests Isabella Rosellini, Kim Petras, and Yalitza Aparicio.

Let the spookiness begin!

Los Espookys season two premieres September 16 on HBO Max.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.