Telemundo La Doña spoilers reveal there’s a problem for the show. It seems that ratings are not doing so well. The first season, which aired from 2016-2017 was a big hit, getting over 1.2 to 1.8 million viewers every week. While that doesn’t sound like much, these are great on Telemundo and its competitor, Univision. So, how is this season comparing? Here’s what you need to know.
Telemundo La Doña Spoilers: The situation
This season, the ratings only hit the million mark a couple of times. Since then, it’s staying in the .8-.9 million category. They’re steady, give or take minor drops and rises. However, we’ve seen a couple articles indicating these numbers aren’t what Telemundo expected. We think there’s a couple of reasons for this.
Telemundo La Doña Spoilers: Onscreen objections?
We wonder if at least some of these numbers have to do with all the changes. La Doña spoilers reveal they killed off one of the main people, Saúl Aguirre (David Chocarro). There’s also a new Isabela Sandoval (Paola Albo), and several of the characters who made it out of season one are nowhere to be seen. We learned Valeria Puertas (Daniela Bascopé) is supposedly out of the country in the Thursday, January 23rd episode, and previous episodes reveals Saúl’s mother died, too. There’s also a whole new group of killers and other villains coming for her. But we think there’s another factor that might be affecting the series more.
Telemundo La Doña Spoilers: Backlash?
It’s possible La Doña is suffering a bit of Telemundo backlash. Fans were not happy about how the network treated El Final del Paraíso. We’ve talked a bit about the back and forth mess that happened, onscreen and off. But the final episode’s powerpoint ending that didn’t even tell the whole story seemed to be the last straw. Fans flooded the accounts with angry comments about the way they handled the show. This kind of thing isn’t conducive to keeping loyal viewers.
Adding to it, they have also handled a couple of other shows in a strange way. El Sultán was a Turkish import show that followed the rise and reign of Sultan Suleiman (Halit Ergenç). It didn’t blow up the ratings, but there was apparently a loyal and devoted base following it. Our article about the show suddenly being pulled from the air was met with many comments decrying the move, as well as lamenting the loss of a great show. Worse yet, they ended it on a massive cliffhanger, the last episodes of which were banished to a middle of the night slot. Another show, Decisiones: Unos ganan, otros pierden, also suddenly ended with no advertisements that the episode was actually a finale. It sounds like yet another sudden change that could’ve alienated some viewers. It looks like Telemundo better watch itself, because Univision seems to be beating them with the Rubí remake. Let’s just hope they don’t disrespect this series the way they have others.