High Heat Season 2: Will Netflix Release Another Season?

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High Heat (Spanish title: Donde hubo fuego) premiered on Netflix on August 17, 2022. The Mexican drama was created by José Ignacio Valenzuela, the showrunner behind Who Killed Sara?. The series follows the story of Poncho, an erotic dancer-turned-undercover fireman. He wants to investigate his brother's murder, and his trail leads to a fire station in a Mexico City neighborhood.

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Poncho ends up meeting Olivia, the only female firefighter there, and he decides to work undercover to find out who killed his brother, and his story becomes intertwined with another intriguing plot. There's plenty of action scenes in this murder mystery.

High Heat stars Eduardo Capetillo, Itati Cantoral, Esmeralda Pimentel, Iván Amozurrutia, Oka Giner, Plutarco Haza, Mauricio Hénao, Polo Morín, Antonio Sotillo, Daniel Gama Moreno, Ana Jimena Villanueva, Humberto Busto, Nahuel Escobar, Rebeca Herrera, Mónica Guzmán, Giovanna Reynaud, José Manuel Rincón, Everardo Arzate, Javier Díaz Dueñas, Adrián Aguirre, and Tamara Mazarraza.

Each episode of the TV-MA-rated telenovela's 39 episodes has a runtime that ranges from 30 to 45 minute. You can watch the entire show on Netflix right now, but will there be a second season?

Did Netflix confirm High Heat Season 2?

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At the time of this article's publication, Netflix has yet to announce whether it has canceled or renewed High Heat for Season 2.

The steamy Mexican series received mixed reviews from critics, and it currently has a 5.9/10 rating on iMDB, so the show will most likely not get renewed. On top of that, the ending of the first season wrapped up the story well, so High Heat is likely a standalone series.

According to What’s On Netflix, in the first three weeks of the show's release, it “fared well” with viewers slowly making their way through all 39 episodes, but it was described as a potential "slow burn" so there's a chance that it could find its momentum later compared to other shows.

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If you're interested in checking out this show, you can watch the trailer for High Heat below:

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