Luis Miguel is a Mexican singer. He started singing in school at the age of 11 and became famous at 16. He has been married to Carolina Munoz since 1997. Together they have three children: Vicente, Luis and Aymae Yasmin.
In 2013, Luis Miguel’s album “24 Kilates” was certified Diamond by the RIAA for consignments of over a million copies inside the United States alone.
In 1999, his album “Romances” became the best-selling album of all time in Mexico. “Romances” consisted of 99,000,000 copies sold worldwide.
In 2008 he became the first Latin singer to perform at the Madison Square Garden in New York City. He was named “The Most Powerful Latino Singer in the World” and received a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in 2017. He was awarded the Starlite Award in 2017. He was also inducted into the Paseo Academy of Fame in April 2018.
Luis Miguel The Series Season 3: Release date
Season 2 of Luis Miguel was supposed to be released in 2020, but because there was a halt in production, it will be released sometime next year. But you should expect the season to come out on April 17th in 2022.
Luis Miguel The Series Season 3: Storyline
The show begins with Luis Miguel working on his new album, “Complices”. One day he is visited by several members of his family and some other close friends who are telling him that they miss him a lot. They cheer him up by saying that soon everything will be better for them since he will be back to filming again. After all this talk, Luis Miguel seems to change his mind about returning to television because he says people want him to sing—sell records—and not act. But after philosophy it over, he decides to return to acting so everyone can see him again.
He then leaves the studio to record his album to sign for his new television show called “Complices”. Later, Luis Miguel does some research on this play and learns that it really reflects him since he feels like both characters in the story (Pablo Montero and Manuel Ramirez). After signing to do “Complices”, he gets back to work by getting ready for the film. But before starting filming, Luis Miguel has a meeting with Alejandro Romay, who is directing the film. He tells him about all the hard work he went through as an actor and singer. What’s more, Luis Miguel tells writer Pablo Romo that this story is close to the home and closely linked to the plot.
After this meeting, Luis Miguel decides to rehearse with his co-star Martha Higareda for their upcoming film “Complices”, all about love and passion. Once they’ve finally finished rehearsing, Luis Miguel heads back home to rest so he can prepare himself for filming. But before heading back home, he has a conversation with his best friend, who’s played by Sofia Castro, who tells him that she misses him and promises not to tell anyone how much she does. Luis Miguel seems very excited at this point because he feels like his efforts are paying off (he knows it won’t be easy). He says that he will do anything to make people happy again, even by sacrificing personal things, like his marriage with Carolina Rubido.
As Luis Miguel is getting closer to filming “Complices”, his close friends and family show up at the studio where he will be recording. They are pleased that he is getting back into acting. After all this talk, Luis Miguel seems to change his mind about returning to television because he says people want him to sing—sell records—and not act. But after reasoning it over, he decides to return to acting so everyone can see him again.
The film’s first scene is when Luis Miguel meets with his agent to discuss what he wants to do next. But Luis Miguel becomes really confused when his agent says that he will not continue working with him because he is not dedicated to the job. Luis Miguel gets really mad at this point, but after thinking it over, he decides to stay calm. His family then tries to cheer him up by taking him to a restaurant. Luis Miguel is thrilled that they are trying to help him, but deep down, he is not sure if all this family time is really helping him.
After this scene, we get to see Luis Miguel in his new film “Complices”. He has a meeting with the director and producer, but he is agitated because they trust him less than before. But after a long discussion and lots of talking, Luis Miguel starts to feel better about his decision to return to acting. Later on, we see Carolina arriving at the studio where Luis Miguel will be filming “Complices”. It seems like she has come just to visit him and support him in any way possible.
After seeing his wife at work, Luis Miguel gets ready for their first scene together where they sing “Los Dos Cogidos de la Mano” (The two holding hands). Since this song was exceptional for them when they first met, shooting that scene was particularly intense for them both. After shooting the scene, Luis Miguel and Carolina head off to a restaurant talking about Luis Miguel’s career and his plans.
The next scene shows Luis Miguel with producer Robi Draco Rosa doing some pre-production work for “Complices”. He tells him that he has written a song just for this play inspired by their marriage. At first, Draco doesn’t believe it is true and tough to convince, but after thinking it over, he decides to give it a chance and love the song. The two then go off to record so Luis can finally see what his new song sounds like on CD.
Finally, we get to see Luis Miguel having another meeting with director Alejandro Romay to talk about his ideas for “Complices” and what he wants to do with certain scenes. Luis Miguel tells him that he has played a character similar to himself before, but this time, he wants to try and portray things differently and show his fans a whole different side of him.
Luis Miguel The Series Season 3: Cast
The cast of the series, Luis Miguel The Series Season 3, consists of real-life actors. This includes Pablo Lyle, Sara Maldonado, Sofia Castro, and Carolina Rubido. They are given scripts for the series to learn their lines. Luis Miguel is an actor who was not seen on TV for more than five years after “Complices” aired on TV in 2012. He was first seen on screens with 2007’s “Nunca Te Diré Adiós” (I Will Never Say Goodbye). This TV series is set in Los Angeles and was also filmed in Mexico.
Luis Miguel The Series Season 3: Production
The director of this movie, Luis Miguel The Series Season 3, is José Alberto Castro. He has previously worked with the actor in “Complices”, where he played Luis Miguel’s older brother Sebastian. Alejandro Romay also joins him on this project as the co-director and scriptwriter. It was announced that this show would be filmed at Televisa San Ángel after a meeting between the show producers and director Castro. They had a tour around the building before starting production on the series, where they got to see all their facilities for shooting movies or TV shows.
The producer of the series is Pedro Damián. He has previously worked on shows like “100 Mexicanos Dijeron” (One Hundred Mexicans Said), “Ciudad Desnuda” (Naked City), and Luis Miguel’s “Todo Por Ustedes”. This will be the thirdly TV show he produces with Televisa San Ángel. The series was announced to premiere in 2018, but due to production changes, it will now release closer to 2019.
Luis Miguel The Series Season 3: Plot
This series focuses more on Luis Miguel’s love life after a divorce from his first wife. It alludes that he divorces Carolina and gets together with Lucero Cárdenas, who he meets through a mutual friend. In reality, the two have never met, and it is unknown whether or not Luis Miguel’s character will meet anyone in this series.