The Colombian Netflix series The Marked Heart (Pálpito) has generated significant buzz, with many viewers binge-watching the entire 14-episode season.
The Spanish-language series centres on the dangerous world of organ trafficking, as wealthy strategist Zacaras arranges for the murder of a woman named Valeria by a gang in order for his wife Camila to undergo life-saving heart surgery. Valeria’s husband Simon seeks vengeance but falls in love with Camila.
The finale concluded a number of story arcs from the first season but left room for more, and fans are already anticipating what might come next.
Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about The Marked Heart’s second season.
When will Season 2 of The Marked Heart be released?
As the show has not yet been renewed, it is unknown when a second season will premiere.
However, if Netflix approves a return to the series soon, we can anticipate it returning in early-mid 2023, in line with the schedule for season 1.
Cast of Marked Heart Season 2
Michel Brown, one of Spain’s most popular actors, portrays Simón; he rose to prominence after starring in the Spanish telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes and has since expanded his horizons to include work as a singer and television host.
Camila is played by Ana Luca Domnguez, who began her acting career at the age of nine in commercials. Her career took off when she co-starred with Michel Brown in Pasión de Gavilanes, and the two have since moved on to co-star in The Marked Heart.
On set, the two have fantastic chemistry, and it’s their connection that keeps you watching the show, anxious to see if they’ll be able to find each other at the end of the twisted road they’re on.
While Simón and Camila are the show’s central characters, Sebastián Martnez as Zacaras, Margarita Muoz as Valeria, and Moisés Arizmendi as Mariachi round out the cast.
What Is The Marked Heart About On Netflix?
Leonardo Padrón created and wrote the Columbian thriller series.
Camilo Vega directed the series, which was produced by CMO Producciones for Netflix.
The following is the official plot synopsis for the show:
Thus, the show follows Simón as he goes on the hunt for the organ traffickers responsible for his wife’s murder.
The series is full of surprises and will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Once the show concludes, you’re left yearning for more, and I’m fairly certain Netflix will begin production on season 2 within the next few weeks.
Given the series’ success on Netflix, it appears as though the streaming service will want to get Season 2 of The Marked Heart underway as soon as possible.
What Could The Marked Heart’s Season 2 Plot Be?
Simón discovers the true identity of Camila in Season 1. On the other hand, Camila discovers how Zacaras came to possess the heart that now beats in her chest. As a result, she makes desperate attempts to flee her husband, including changing her name. Camila admits at the season’s conclusion that, while she remains in love with Simón, the time has come to let go. After an agonising farewell to Simón and his two children, she departs for a new life. Zacaras, however, receives a video showing Camila in a different location in the season’s final minutes.
Zacaras’ reaction to Camila’s video could provide an intriguing springboard for a possible season 2. Will Zacaras and his henchmen capture Camila? Additionally, Simón and Camila’s feelings appear to be far from settled. As a result, it may only be a matter of time before the two reconcile, even if at a high cost to both. All of this, however, will remain a mystery until the series returns for a second chapter.
Where Can I Stream Marked Heart?
Marked Heart is a Netflix exclusive, which means that viewing the show will require a Netflix subscription. It is also accessible via a free Netflix trial if you have not yet signed up for one. The show is available in India in four audio dialects: English, Hindi, Spanish, and Spanish Audio Description (making it accessible to those with sight problems). Additionally, it includes English and Spanish subtitles.
Each episode lasts approximately 45 to 50 minutes, with one season consisting of 14 episodes currently available on Netflix.