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The Second Season Of The Original Series, `El Hipnotizador’ Returns To HBO Latino On November 10

Originally written by Pablo De Santis, author of the comic book which the first season was based on, the series features a diverse cast from all over Latin America. 10/23/2017 11:15 AM

New York, NY–The second season of the original series, El Hipnotizador, from HBO Latin America, premieres in the U.S. November 10 at 10pm ET, exclusively on HBO Latino. Based on the comic book by the Argentinean duo Pablo De Santis and Juan Sáenz Valiente, this bilingual production—in Portuguese and Spanish—features international talent from Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, and striking special effects. The new season follows the enigmatic protagonist, Natalio Arenas, played by the Argentine International Emmy® nominee, Leonardo Sbaraglia, in his search for a new life. You can catch up on episodes of season one and watch new episodes of season two after they have aired on the network, across all of the channel’s platforms including HBO NOW®, HBO GO®, HBO On Demand® and affiliate portals.

With 8 one-hour episodes, the second season follows Arenas as he tries to make his biggest dream come true—move to a place where no one knows him and leave his hypnosis career behind. Arenas arrives at a small town, Puente Blanco, which is seemingly perfect. However, while getting to know its residents and attitudes, he discovers things aren’t really what they seem. The past seems to refuse to let go of Arenas, and circumstances push him to resort to hypnosis techniques once again, thus uncovering secrets of those who cross his path. And so, while he tries to help others, our main character faces a new personal dilemma.

The series’ cast includes Fernando Alves Pinto as Morton, Mayana Neiva as Mariela, Carla Quevedo in the role of Abril, Darío Grandinetti as Capitán, Daniel Hendler as Faber and Luís Machín in the role of Sartori, among others.