Spoilers ahead for Who Killed Sara? Season Two.
There’s a lot of uncertainty in this modern world of ours, but here’s one thing I know for sure: years from now, we’ll still be asking who killed Sara. It is, quite simply, the mystery of our time. Over 55 million Netflix users tuned into the first season of Who Killed Sara?, making it the biggest non-English language show Netflix has ever had. The second season premiered on May 19, and fans hoped we’d finally have the answer to the titular question, the puzzle that fuels the show. There have been plenty of suspects over the course of the show’s 18 episodes: Mariana, Elroy, Cesar, Chema, Marifer. The list goes on. At this point, the question truly is: who didn’t kill Sara? It seems like every character, at one point or another, had a reason to want Sara dead all those years ago when she fell to her death while parasailing.
Or did she?! This is the biggest question on fans’ minds: could Sara still be alive? And, reader, I personally believe that she very well could be. Sure, it’s called Who Killed Sara?, but if audiences have learned anything from the show’s twists and turns, outrageous subplots, and jaw-dropping surprises, it’s that nothing is off-limits. Anything can happen, and that’s what makes Who Killed Sara? so much fun to watch, if you let yourself go fully along for the ride. That said, fans really want to know who killed Sara, and if she’s even actually dead. The cast can’t even tell you: Carolina Miranda (who plays Elisa Lazcano) recently revealed that her friends and family have a bet going about who truly killed Sara, but Miranda remains tight-lipped. Below I’ve rounded up some of the most intriguing fan theories floating around the internet and my own speculation on the evidence for each.
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