Sin límites Season 2: What We Know So Far

Season 1st of Sin límites is almost end on Prime Video, but will the Rodrigo Santoro-starring series be returning for season 2?

Sin límites Season 2 Release Date

There is no exact info about second season of Sin límites yet. If ratings permitting it will return at June 16, 2023 same time. Here's everything we know so far about next part, including schedule, cast, spoilers, rumors and episodes number.

Countdown to Season 2 Release

Who’s going to be in the cast for Sin límites season 2?

The essential actors will back. Rodrigo Santoro will return as Fernando de Magallanes alongside Álvaro Morte as Juan Sebastián Elcano. Along with Adrián Lastra as Capitán Mendoza, Gómez de Espinosa will take Raúl Tejón, star Manuel Morón as Cardenal Fonseca, Beatriz will be played Bárbara Goenaga, actor Pepón Nieto as Padre Bartolomé, Duarte Barbosa role will play a Gonçalo Diniz, Capitán Cartagena will be played Sergio Peris-Mencheta and Carlos Cuevas as Martino.

Is there a video trailer of Sin límites Season 2nd available?

Watch online video which describes how will look next part of TV Show filmed by Prime Video. Official video will come out near the premiere date.

Sin límites Season 2 release date: when will the new episodes arrive?

The returning of adventure Series will once again be made up of 6 episodes. They will be available online on Prime Video just after release. Premiere episode will start in June 16, 2023. TV Series episodes will premiere every week on Fridays. More detailed schedule presented inside table below:

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
2X01Episode 1June 16, 2023
2X02Episode 2June 16, 2023
2X03Episode 3June 23, 2023
2X04Episode 4June 23, 2023
2X05Episode 5June 23, 2023
2X06Episode 6June 23, 2023

What is Sin límites about?

Sin límites tells the story of the first circumnavigation of the Earth. Captained by the Portuguese Fernando de Magallanes, 239 sailors left Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz, Spain) on August 20, 1519. Three years later, only 18 starving and sick sailors returned in the only ship that resisted the trip, led by the Spanish sailor, Juan Sebastián Elcano.