Cable Girls Season 3 Trailer, Release Date, Cast

Let’s talk more about Cable Girls Season 3 release date, trailer, and cast. The third season of the hit Netflix series Cable Girls has hit all the news outlets regarding these kinds of pieces of news, and here in OtakuKart, we’re going to give you the nitty gritty details on this series. On this week, if you have Netflix, you will be able to enjoy Cable Girls.

Cable Girls Season 3 Trailer

The trailer picks up on where things were left in the past season. Watch it; it’s well worth your while.

Cable Girls Season 3 Synopsis 

“Welcome to the ‘30s. This season, they’ll have to stand their ground.”

Cable Girls Season 3 Cast

  • Blanca Suárez plays Lidia Aguilar
  • Ana Fernández plays Carlota Rodríguez de Senillosa
  • Nadia de Santiago  plays Marga Suárez
  • Maggie Civantos plays Angeles Vidal
  • Yon González plays Francisco Gómez
  • Martiño Rivas plays Carlos Cifuentes

Cable Girls Season 3 Plot

As written above, the trailer picks up on where the last season left, giving us a few hints on what should we expect to see in this third season of this drama en español. The first one that Netflix produces in its entirety.

Cable Girls Season 3 Cast(

Angeles gets the handcuffs for killing Mario Pérez played by Sergio Mur. In another scene, we get to see Sara and Carlota reading a letter with the latter saying that they’re millionaires.

Cable Girls Season 3 Release Date

If you haven’t seen Cable Girls, here’s what you should know, it’s a period drama in Spanish, the first one of its kind produced by streaming giant Netflix, the series started in April 2017, and got a second run in December that same year. Cable Girls Season 3 Release Date now is set for September 7th.

The story revolves around Madrid, Spain in the late 1920’s, when new switchboards for telephones commence operating in that country. Four young women take on this technology as they start working for a telecoms company and each one of them feels attached to the company differently. We get to see the hardships that many women had to go through in that period of the Spanish society, so expect to see a heavy load of feminist subjects, plots, and ideas in this series. If you’re into period dramas and female empowerment, this is the right series for you. Acting is impeccable throughout the series as we can see and production and costumes are entirely accurate; this is a show you don’t want to miss.

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