The release of Unauthorized Living or as it’s known in Spanish “Vivir sin permiso”, quietly dropped onto Netflix recently and it’s absolutely worth your time. We have good news also in the fact that the series has been renewed for a second season. Here’s when it should be on Netflix.
As you know, Netflix has been buying up many foreign international titles to bolster its Netflix Original lineup. The first season of Unauthorized Living dropped onto Netflix on Friday the 15th of February 2019.
The series Spanish name literally translates to “Living without Permission” and first aired on Telecinco. This is going to be important regarding the show’s future as it’s only distributed by Netflix internationally rather than fully produced by the streaming service.
Has Unauthorized Living been renewed for season 2?
Yes, the series was instantly given a second season order. That’s before the season even aired in Spain. That’s most likely because Netflix had an early interest in the show.
The show did very well in Spain too with over 2.7 million viewers tuning in for the first season which roughly attributes to a 19% share.
The announcement was announced alongside a tweet from the production studio. Translated it roughly says: “We started filming the season 2 of @VSPserie! #VivirSinPermiso”
What do we know about season 2 of Unauthorized Living?
Besides the fact it’s happening, we know that the series has been reduced from 13 to 10 episodes.
The cast members confirmed to be returning for season 2 include José Coronado, Álex González, Pilar Castro, Àlex Monner, Ricardo Gómez, Claudia Traisac, Carlos Hipólito Unax Ugalde, Giulia Charm and Luis Zahera.
When will season 2 be on Netflix?
At the moment, the only release window for the show in Spain is that it’ll air in the Spring. Let’s assume it gets released in April 2019, that means it could be a couple of months until all episodes drop. That means by the earliest, we could be expecting season 2 to be available on Netflix by late Summer 2019.
We don’t believe that Netflix will be getting weekly episodes usually because it takes some time after the show finishes to complete the internationalization that the show requires to be distributed on Netflix.
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