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‘Luis Miguel La Serie’ Is Out And People On Social Media Cannot Get Enough Of The Show

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On Sunday, Mexican actor Diego Boneta showed off a year’s worth of preparation (and growing out a totally rad ’80s mullet) for his role as Luis Miguel in the new series, “Luis Miguel La Serie,” broadcasted by Telemundo and streamed by Netflix in Latin America.

Luis Miguel fans could not contain their excitement as the show inched closer and closer to its debut.

Even those who claim to abstain from television couldn’t resist tuning in for the premier to “Luis Miguel La Serie.”

It was a bonding moment that transcended generations.

Every member of the family had someone to fall in love with during the show.

@AnaMilan30 tweeted, “My mom and I wanted to watch Netflix’s “Luis Miguel La Serie” but for different reason:

– Her: She loves Luis Miguel.

– Me: @ElJuanpaZurita”

And people were not about to miss it.

“I loved how organized the Mexicans were,” @gisellenaile tweeted. “They were all punctual to see the (presidential) debate at 8 and at 10 everyone was on Netflix to watch Luis Miguel.”

Some fans in Latin America were pretty bummed to learn they don’t get to binge watch the entire series on Netflix.

However, at least they get to watch the show, unlike people anywhere else in the world.

But they are definitely trying to get Netflix to bring the show to a broader audience.

Seems like fans around the world wants a taste of the “Luis Miguel La Serie” life.

El Sol de Mexico made a special cameo appearance watching himself sing in the series.

So meta.

There is some confusion and disappointment with the accent used in the show.

If Twitter is any indication, “Luis Miguel La Serie” is going to be everyone’s telenovela obsession.


READ: Meet The Mexican Actor Who Will Play Luis Miguel In A New TV Series

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The Internet Has Some Serious Questions After La Chilindrina Reveals She Was Luis Miguel’s First Love

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The Internet Has Some Serious Questions After La Chilindrina Reveals She Was Luis Miguel’s First Love

La Chilindrina, whose real name is María Antonieta de las Nieves went on a Peruvian TV show called El Valor De La Verdad and revealed that she had dated El Sol de Mexico, aka Luis Miguel aka Luismi, back in the day during the 1980s. 

During a recent talk show appearance, La Chilindra shared a photo of her with a younger Luis Miguel and she declared that she was his “first love.”

The Chavo del Ocho actress let the world know that back in the day she went on a romantic getaway with Luis Miguel in Acapulco. Attached to a lie detector test, which is the premise of the TV show, La Chilindrina had to answer a couple questions about her life. 

TV host Beto Ortiz asked La Chilindrina, “Did you escape from a hotel in Acapulco to enjoy some time with Luis Miguel on a yacht?” 

As soon as he asked that, La Chilindrina looked a little nervous. She paused then wondered how paparazzi would have been able to find that out. But finally, she admitted to it. 

La Chilindrina went on to say that Luis Miguel was flirting with her that day on the yacht, and asked, “Hey nena, do you know who I am?” After that interaction, she boarded the yacht and spent a romantic date with him. According to her, that date was enough for her to become Luis Miguel’s first love. 

As more and more Spanish-language publications began to cover the news, Twitter also went nuts with the news but remained skeptical first and foremost. 

According to the math, if this in fact did take place in the 1980s, Luis Miguel would have been a pre-teen and La Chilindrina would have been in her 30s since she’s about 20 years older than him. (This is a case for the FBI). 

Some wondered whether La Chilindrina was being honest or if it was simply a PR stunt.

I mean, that could be plausible… 

One Twitter user pointed out that it’s not true at all due to the differences in age between La Chilindrina and Luis Miguel.

“It’s just a lie from la Chilindrina, how was she going to have a romantic encounter with Luis Miguel when he was only 12 years old and she was 32 years old?,” the Twitter user wrote. 

Others thought it was pointless of media outlets to pick up these “dumb” chismes that are simply “useless.”

Folks thought that media outlets should be focusing on literally anything else but old gossip. 

Some Twitter users simply didn’t k know how to react other than shocked.

I mean, how could we not have known?!

In case you didn’t know, Luis Miguel has also been romantically linked to Mariah Carey.

According to Remezcla, the two singers dated between 1999 and 2001 but it’s hard to gauge specific details about their love life because Luis Miguel has always been a very private person. But according to a book by Marc Shapiro, the relationship between Mariah Carey and Luis Miguel began in 1998 when they met in Aspen. 

Word on the steer is that they were also supposed to record a duet together at some point, but things just didn’t work out. However, they seemed to make a pretty good team because since they were both superstars, they had a good understanding of what the other was dealing with, being in the spotlight and all. 

And well, this might sound similar to La Chilinfrina’s account of when they allegedly first had their first date but… Mariah Carey and Luis Miguel were also about that yacht life. 

Trouble in paradise began when rumors surfaced that Luis Miguel was not having it after reading the tabloids about Mariah Carey and Eric Benét. It was alleged that she and her former co-star–who was actually dating Halle Berry at the time–were more than friends. Then, around 2001, rumor had it that Luis Miguel ended his relationship with Mariah Carey because she wanted to have kids and he didn’t. 

If you need any more Luis Miguel content, be sure to watch the TV series based on his life on Netflix, starring our fave Diego Boneta. 

Producers Finally Confirmed The Fate Of ‘Luis Miguel, La Serie’ But Will Hardcore Fans Be Happy

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Producers Finally Confirmed The Fate Of ‘Luis Miguel, La Serie’ But Will Hardcore Fans Be Happy

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Not only is ‘Luis Miguel’ the series hitting the airwaves across Latin America (meaning it’s no longer being restricted to Netflix), but producers of the hit show also confirmed a second season. According to Gato Grande Productions, the company behind ‘Luis Miguel’, the second season will return with new episodes at the start of 2020.

The second season has been confirmed and will hit Netflix in early 2020.

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Translation: The second season of ‘Luis Miguel, the series’ will return in 2020. Miguel Alemán Magnani said that LuisMiguel himself will review the scripts of each and every episode and in the coming months they’ll start filming. In the first quarter of 2020 there will be new episodes of ‘Luis Miguel’ in Netflix. 🇲🇽

Producers told Reforma that “Luis Miguel has just finished a very important tour of the United States. He is resting and soon he’ll begin to review all the episodes of season two very carefully. They’ll start filming at the end of the year … The first quarter of the year, we are going to start airing.”

This was huge news for fans who had been waiting for literally a year for news – any news – of a possible second season.

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The first season of ‘Luis Miguel’ came to and end on July 15, 2018 – so it’s been literally a year without any news. Fans have been waiting in absolute suspense.

And it was only just recently that US fans of the series were able to start watching on Netflix.

Meaning there’s going to be a whole other group of wildly obsessed, dedicated fans.

Like seriously, the series just became available on US Netflix fom yesterday (July 16).

Fans across Twitter were beyond excited for the hotly anticipated news.

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Definitely going to add this to my Netflix and Chill plans. Will you be watching it?

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