Sky Rojo season 3 review: Retains the aspects of the previous seasons

In ‘Sky Rojo’ season 3, Romeo doesn’t give up on hunting Coral, Wendy, and Gina, who are living a completely normal life for the very first time. The season is now streaming on Netflix.


Romeo forgives Moises and lies to him about his brother and mother’s deaths in order to bring him back on his side. The duo grows close again and resumes their search for the girls who ruined their lives.

The three girls, Coral, Wendy, and Gina, embark on a new life about 1854 kilometers away from them. They find a house beside the Civil Guard and start a bakery to launder the money they stole from Romeo.

Gina falls in love with their diving instructor, Toni. Similarly, Wendy finds someone too; she starts dating Greta, who works at a gas station. Coral fails to restart her life. She holds onto the past and relies on the drugs she is secretly taking.

Gina is pregnant, and with her life turning around for the better, she decides to call back home through a local telephone booth. Gina’s move results in Romeo finding out about their location.

Romeo’s gang eventually locates the girls. They wait for them to go out altogether, far away from the Civil Guard.

When the girls do join Toni, Greta, and Toni’s friend, Pau, on a sailing adventure, Romeo and his gang brutally ambush them in the middle of the ocean, intending to kill each and every other person on the boat.

Coral, Wendy, and Gina’s pasts have come to confront them. They are on the run once again, with Romeo threatening the life of Gina’s baby this time around.


All the actors and actresses haven’t lost touch with their characters. Nothing has changed at all when it comes to performances. It has been a smooth transition from the first season to the third.

Verónica Sánchez, who plays Coral, gets a chance to portray the kind of state her character is in after heavily abusing her pills. Though this arc is nothing new, Sanchez’s performance makes viewers feel pity for Coral, who fails to start a new life.

Lali Espósito, who plays Wendy, manages to depict her character as a strong leader.

Asier Etxeandia, as Romeo, continues to be the villain of the show, who is egoistic and threatening but, at the same time, a comic relief character who can’t be taken seriously.


Much like the characters, the story hasn’t lost its touch either. It feels like the creators have built the three seasons in an intricate way to have them follow a proper flow.

All three seasons almost carry the same aspects, the same amount of twists and turns, and the same thrill.

The creators haven’t dabbled with the pacing either. The half-hour duration of the episodes further helps this pacing. The first two episodes are dedicated to establishing where the characters are in their lives. None of it feels slow or rushed.


The show certainly didn’t work on the growth of the lead characters. They haven’t learned anything from their experience.

Furthermore, the series added characters like Diego and Becky towards the end. Both of these characters are quite interesting and have the potential to be fan favorites. Coral even calls them angels, but the show doesn’t give them enough time to portray their traits.


‘Sky Rojo’ season 3 doesn’t bring anything new to the table as the story has hardly changed over the course of these three seasons. The girls are still running from Romeo or trying to kill him.

At the end of the day, the show is still a great binge. The viewers would feel comfortable watching it, owing to the fact that the show is not trying to force something new in this third season.

All it does is wrap up the story of Coral, Wendy, and Gina with a conclusive end.

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Sky Rojo season 3 review: Retains the aspects of the previous seasons 1

Director: David Barrocal, Oscar Pedraza, Carles Torrens, Jorge Calvo

Date Created: 2023-01-13 13:30

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