Who Killed Sara?

2021 (TV-MA)

Hell-bent on exacting revenge and proving he was framed for his sister's murder, Álex sets out to unearth much more than the crime's real culprit.

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When is 'Who Killed Sara' Season 2 on Netflix?

If you've come here for answers — or read our Who Killed Sara? review — to find out who actually killed Sara, well, we'll just go ahead and stop you right there. We're not telling. You're going to have to watch for yourself. And you should. Because Who Killed Sara? is really good. That said, if you've gotten this far you're already asking yours...

Does 'Who Killed Sara?' have subtitles?

One interesting trend the past year or so — due in no small part to the effective shutdown of the film industry worldwide during the global pandemic — is that Netflix has been exposing us to far more international fare. And if you've passed over what otherwise looks like an interesting show or movie simply because it's not in English, you've definitely missed out....

Is 'Who Killed Sara' available in English?

Who Killed Sara? has been a surprising Top 10 hit for Netflix — it reached an estimated 55 million households in its first 28 days — and it's the latest in a decent line of non-English imports. And that brings about a pretty relevant question: Is Who Killed Sara? available in English? The answer: Yes, you can watch both parts of Who Killed Sara? dubbed in English. But only ...

Here's the Season 2 trailer for 'Who Killed Sara?'

Who Killed Sara? was one of the top "travelable" shows on Netflix of late, garnering views from an estimated 55 million households in its first 28 days. Not bad at all for a series that's in Spanish by default. And ahead of Season 2, Netflix has unleashed a new trailer. When we last left Alex Guzman and Elisa Lozcano and the entire expanded (and to varying degrees of awful) family, ...

'Who Killed Sara' Season 1 review: A beautiful Mexican whodunit

Someone killed Sara Guzman. And over the 10 episodes of Who Killed Sara? (aka ¿Quién Mato a Sara?) we're going to find out who. It's that simple. And when it comes to making a good mystery, the simple premises often work the best.  That explains how the Mexican series came to land in the Netflix Top 10. That and all the sex and murder and torture and sex and betrayal and m...

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