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The second season of HBO Max’s “30 Coins” will arrive this year, and, judging by the brand new Spanish trailer unveiled by HBO Max today, it’s bringing Hell with it.
The trailer comes with the announcement that “30 Coins” season two will arrive in October, and the series creator confirmed via Twitter that it’s Fall debut includes the US.
Directed and co-written by acclaimed horror master Álex de la Iglesia (The Day of the Beast, Witching & Bitching, The Last Circus), HBO Max‘s “30 Coins” takes viewers into a world where nothing is as it seems, and nobody can be trusted. De la Iglesia co-writes the series with Jorge Guerricaechevarria.
Check out the new trailer below to get a peek at new demons and characters, including Paul Giamatti’s Christian Barbrow.
Christian is described as “an American business and technology billionaire, science fiction writer, science guru, and leader of a mysterious ‘Brotherhood’ that counts the world’s elite among its members. He is the ultimate disruptor, but no one knows his true intentions.”
The eight-episode first season follows Father Vergara (Eduard Fernández), an exorcist, boxer, an ex-convict who is exiled by the church as the priest of a remote town in Spain. As his past and old enemies come back to haunt him, strange things begin to happen. An unlikely task force forms as Mayor Paco (Miguel Ángel Silvestre) and local vet Elena (Megan Montaner) seek the truth, while reality is distorted by a cursed coin which is at the heart of a global conspiracy.
Season one ended with some massive lingering questions. What happened to Father Vergara? How will the town pick up the pieces in the aftermath of one wild journey? It sure seems like things are crazier than ever in the trailer. More importantly, what insane demonic creatures will de la Iglesia and Guerricaechevarria come up with next?
Catch up on “30 Coins” Season One, including our review, on HBO Max.
Bienvenido al infierno.
La temporada 2 de #30Monedas se estrena en octubre en https://t.co/8etSAQfyFj @alexdelaIglesia pic.twitter.com/OYkKAr0jhL
— HBO Max España (@HBOMaxES) March 31, 2023