El Final del Paraíso spoilers hint at the long-awaited return of one of Telemundo’s most popular shows. The Sin Senos franchise, that began with a movie and two shows (more on that in another article), has taken some controversial turns as of late, some of which fired up the fanbase. And not in a good way. The previous season of Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso (Without Breasts, There is Paradise) went from following young women mixed up in the drug trafficking world to focusing on a witch’s curse that beset the main characters. Add in a federal agent that turned out to be a cannibal, and a visit to a ghost town, and there was a huge outcry on social media.
That’s all about to change.
This season, the show is getting a makeover, starting with a name change: El Final del Paraiso (End of Paradise). After months of teaser videos focusing on the name change, a mini promo was finally released on the official Instagram account. The promo, which debuted on TV during a Soccer game, offers several key hints. Here’s what you need to know.
El Final del Paraíso spoilers: The return
The promo begins with Carmen Villalobos as Catalina Santana (Cata la Grande) speaking about how they finally thought they’d gotten to a place of peace. A spinning effect then brings in Kimberly Reyes as Yésica “La Diabla” Beltrán talking about how “we” want war. So, what might this mean for the show?
El Final del Paraíso spoilers: Time jump?
Cata la Grande’s words hint at a possible time jump that has given everyone a chance to recover (and the show the opportunity to reset) from all the insanity that marked the previous season. The show’s done this before, so there’s definitely a precedent.
El Final del Paraíso spoilers: Back to basics
Diabla being the other character in here hints at a return to the show’s roots (as well as focus on one of the more popular novela villains). The show’s first season eight years ago (yes, this is only season 4. We’ll explain another time) focused on a madam (Diabla) and the women (including Cata la Grande) she would hire out to dealers, as the girls wanted the money and power one could achieve by hooking up with the right Narco. Diabla later graduates to being a dealer herself, one of the most cruel and powerful. She and Cata la Grande fell out of favor with each other, leading to a lot of problems that have fallen by the wayside in light of the more out-there twists of Season 3.
El Final del Paraíso spoilers: La Guerra (War)
Finally, Diabla talking about how “we” want war suggests this season will see Diabla’s new cartel succeeding as she plots her ultimate revenge against her nemesis, who is now a TEA boss. (Don’t ask us about TEA, by the way. The original season years ago always referred to the DEA.) This war between old friends coming to the forefront is something fans have wanted for a while, and it seems the creative team is listening.
On a side note, “A new era begins” says that this isn’t actually the final season, despite the name change.