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Diablero is a Netflix Original Mexican television web series based on and inspired by the horror story ‘El Diablo me obligó’ written by Francisco Haghenbeck. The series debuted on the streaming outlet on December 21, 2018, and concluded with two seasons on January 31, 2020.

The show is created by Pablo Tébar and José Manuel Cravioto and penned by multiple writers including Pablo Tebar, Verónica Marza, Gibrán Portela, José Rodríguez and Luis Gamboa. It is directed under the supervision of José Manuel Cravioto who is well known for being part of small screen productions such as “El Chapo”, “Sr. Ávila” and “The Most Wanted”

The plot revolves around a priest, Father Ramiro, who seeks the help of the legendary demon hunter or “Diablero,” Elvis Infante. With the help of Elvis’s sister, Keta, and demon-possessed Nancy Gama, this unlikely team unleashes a series of events that holds power to determine the fate of humanity. The two-season series is about a group of superhero-Esque figures teaming up to battle evil.

The show’s cast included Horacio García Rojas, Christopher von Uckermann, Gisselle Kuri, Fátima Molina, Dolores Heredia, Humberto Busto, Mariana Botas, Dulce Neri, Flavio Medina, Gerardo Taracena, Quetzalli Cortés and Cassandra Iturralde.

Fans have been waiting for season 3, but unfortunately, according to Netflix’s recent updates, The Mexican horror series won’t be returning for a Season 3. Irrespective of its mixed reviews of it having some loose ends, it does wrap up nicely enough to warrant a watch from start to finish.

Fans understood their cancellation decision when all the official social accounts for the show went dark just over a month after its release. It is a typical case of ghost-canceling, which means that the cast and crew get released from the contract and made available to do other projects but aren’t allowed or able to discuss the cancellation of the show. Many shows have been similarly canceled behind the scenes, including The Club, Green Frontier, Yankee, The Unremarkable Juanquini, The Search, Puerta 7, and many more. For further updates, stay tuned.

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