The Spanish thriller drama series revolving around a male stripper called Hugo has been impressing the fans ever since it debuted on the streaming service Netflix. The second season of the series created by by César Benítez, Juan Carlos Cueto, and Rocío Martínez Llano has ended with sevreal unanswered questions. Now fans are eagerly waiting for Toy Boy Season 3. But what will happen? Let us find that out below-
What Will Be The Plot Of Toy Boy Season 3?
In the second season of Toy Boy, viewers saw El Turco, who hired Hugo for his criminal procedures threatening his life. As a result, Hugo and his buddies start devising a plan for him to escape. However, now the authorities are after him. But Hugo surrendered himself in front of the cop. On the other hand, El Turco makes an attempt on his life in the jail cell. Meanwhile, El Turco’s men shot Macarena as she deceived them on their wedding day.
If the show comes back with Toy Boy Season 3, it will likely resume the story after the jaw-dropping ending of the second season. The audience will find out what happened to Hugo, while Andrea, who is all alone now, will have to find his base against El Turco and his men. On the other hand, Jairo and the others may have some struggles with their new enterprise, which is set up by Iván.
Toy Boy Season 3 Coming?
The second season of the Spanish action drama series was released on Netflix on February 11, 2022. On the other hand, the series aired air in Spain in September 2021 on Atresplayer Premium. Meanwhile, the original network or the streaming giant has not yet made any official announcement about the series getting renewed for Toy Boy Season 3.
We know that the second season ended on such a cliffhanger that there is a lot of room in the story for the next season. At the same time, we also know that Spanish shows have been doing pretty well on the streaming service; Elite and Money Heist are a case in point. So, fans should be hopeful that the streaming service might be interested in the series back for Toy Boy Season 3.
Diverse Characters And Progressive Storylines!
Toy Boy’s first season included a wide cast of characters that went through several different storylines. Jairo, a non-verbal LGBT character, was one of the characters we had. Hugo was a wrongfully accused man who couldn’t afford to fight his rich accusers in court. Andrea was a youthful gay man attempting to overcome a relative’s sexual and emotional abuse.
And Scar, who tried his hand at becoming a male escort and failed miserably. Furthermore, Toy Boy is rife with sexual flexibility, much like the Netflix original drama Élite. If these shows have proven anything, it’s that it’s feasible to tell groundbreaking stories about characters who have hitherto been overlooked by mainstream television.
The story of powerful tribes fighting each other is as old as time. But there’s something about the chemistry between Medinas. And the Rojas that sets Toy Boy apart from other shows in this genre. The Medina-Rojas battle on Toy Boy has a definite Game of Thrones feel to it – two wealthy and influential people from Marbella who despise each other but rely on each o ther. This minor but significant distinction heightens the drama on Toy Boy, as the Medinas and Rojas must coexist for the majority of the first two seasons.