Selena: The Series - Season 2

Selena: The Series - Season 2

Selena: The Series - Season 2

Christian Serratos (The Walking Dead) is legendary Mexican-American Tejano singer Selena in this road-to-stardom series.

2021MexicoNetflix
DramaMusicTrue Story & Biography

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
4 May 2021

Como la Flor

Distraught by her upcoming tour and the thought of being separated from Chris, Selena makes a dramatic, life-changing decision.

EPISODE 2.2
4 May 2021

Enter My World

During the band's Mexico tour, Verónica Castro presses Selena about her love life. The singer struggles with whether to tell her fans about Chris.

EPISODE 2.3
4 May 2021

The Call

Perfectionist A.B. faces challenges trying to record new music for the album. Selena attempts to convince her family she can handle opening a boutique.

EPISODE 2.4
4 May 2021

Itty Bitty Bubbles

Selena writes a new song while worrying about going solo for her English album. Suzette plans her wedding. Yolanda offers to help with the boutique.

EPISODE 2.5
4 May 2021

Oh No

As Selena's career gains momentum, she struggles to juggle all of her business obligations and her parents caution her not to forget about her family.

EPISODE 2.6
4 May 2021

Lo más bello

When "Live!" receives a Grammy nomination, a star-struck Selena and Suzette attend the awards show. Ricky pens lyrics about unrequited love.

EPISODE 2.7
4 May 2021

Si una vez

Selena's confidence plummets when her label suggests she hire a vocal coach. To make matters worse, the singer feels distanced from Chris.

EPISODE 2.8
4 May 2021

Astrodome

Yolanda pleads her innocence as the accusations against her continue to pile up. Abraham investigates. Selena performs to a sold-out Astrodome.

EPISODE 2.9
4 May 2021

When All the World is Sleeping

Selena and Chris plan their future family. A distraught Yolanda asks for the singer's help and a grim tragedy occurs. "Dreaming of You" is released.

Selena: The Series - Season 2 / Reviews

Decider

Decider

(The show) is definitely improved by a renewed focus on Selena, but it remains an uneven mixed bag.

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