‘Ingobernable’ is a Mexican political drama web television series that airs on Netflix and follows a fictional First Lady of Mexico who gets caught up in a major scandal involving the murder of her husband and President of Mexico.
A relatively new show, Season 1 of ‘Ingobernable’, consisting of 15 episodes, premiered on Netflix on March 24, 2017, and after receiving largely positive feedback from viewers, Netflix renewed the show for a second season. A bit over a year later, Season 2, consisting of 12 episodes, premiered on the streaming service on September 14, 2018. Now, fans of the show are wondering whether ‘Ingobernable’ will be back with a third season. Here’s everything we know about it thus far.
Ingobernable Cast: Who is in it?
In the show, Kate del Castillo plays the role of the protagonist, Emilia Urquiza, who is the First Lady of Mexico, while Erik Hayser plays Diego Nava Martinez, the President of Mexico. Erendira Ibarra, meanwhile, plays the role of Ana Vargas-West, the Chief of Staff of the President’s Office. Alberto Guerra plays the enigmatic Canek Lagos, Luis Roberto Guzmán plays CIA agent Pete Vázquez, Álvaro Guerrero plays Secretary of the Interior José Barquet, and Luis Ernesto Franco plays Santiago Salazar, thereby wrapping up the list of main cast members.
Being a political drama, ‘Ingobernable’ also has an extensive list of recurring cast members, including Fernando Luján as Tomás Urquiza, Aida López as Chela Lagos, Alicia Jaziz as Emilia’s daughter María Nava Urquiza, María del Carmen Farías as Dolores Lagos, Tamara Mazarrasa as Zyan Torres, and Harold Torres as Chris López, to name a few. In Season 2, several others join the fray, including Luis Ernesto Franco, Juan Pablo Medina, Claudette Maillé, Martijn Kuiper, Jack Duarte, Isabel Aerenlund, Otto Sirgo, and Susana Rojas.
If ‘Ingobernable’ is renewed for a third season, we expect most of the main cast members to make a comeback and reprise their roles, especially Kate del Castillo, as she is one of the reasons for the show’s success. In fact, her importance in the show can be equated to Kevin Spacey’s in the critically acclaimed American political drama, ‘House of Cards’.