Cable Girls Season is a web television series based on period drama and fantasy stories.
It consists of many staring actors such as
Maggie Civantos, Nadia de Santiago, Blanca Suarez, Ana Fernandez Garcia and Ana Maria Polvorosa.
It co produced by Gema R. Neira and Ramon Campos and premiered on Netflix’s online streaming platform.
But, it co-created by Gema R. Neira and Ramon Campos.
The plot of the Cable Girls Season
The story revolves around how the life of four young women change after they start working for the company.
But, It offers a decent salary and some independence.
The story of the four women that attached in different ways.
Such as their families, partners, or memories.
But they still became successful to develop close friendships among them.
Most important, The women that work in the company and show their hardships of the working women faced in 1920s Spain.
They focused on their work with the same restrictions on the rights and still Spanish women works in the male-dominated society.
And the story continued.
But, the series became very popular in the young generation because of their hardships and motivation towards their goal.
The Episodes of the Cable Girls Season
The first season release on April 28, 2017, consists of eight episodes.
And second, the third, fourth season consists of an equal number of eight episodes.
The second, third, fourth season release on December 25, 2017, September 7, 2018. And August 9, 2019, respectively.
But, the audience will expect to release the next sequel of the series because of its popularity.
Release date of Cable Girls Season 5
The fifth season will announce to release in two parts of five Episodes each on February 14, 2020, and July 3, 2020, as possible.
But, unfortunately, due to the pandemic situation, it will be delayed to the next year 2021.
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