Sky Rojo: Season 1

Sky Rojo: Season 1

Sky Rojo: Season 1

On the run from their pimp and his henchmen, three women embark on a wild and crazy journey in search of freedom in this Spanish crime series.

Creators Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato said of the series: "The third act of a movie or an episode is where all the energy converges to produce the most vibrant explosion of all the conflicts that are being narrated. What we set out to do was to make a constant third act, to funnel our entire story through that frenzied energy".

2021SpainSpanish with English subtitlesNetflix

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19 March 2021

Red Leatherette Sofa

When Gina gets in a violent brawl with her pimp, Coral and Wendy come to her rescue, sparking an astonishing chain of events.

19 March 2021

Alternate Reality

The trio hides out in a place that seems perfect — until it suddenly isn't. Coral gets shocking news. Romeo's men follow Coral's cellphone signal.

19 March 2021

A Whore's Love

Coral recalls past events that led to an unexpected affair. Gina confesses to being in a relationship with a man, whom she seeks out.

19 March 2021

Sex and Blood

When Moisés and Christian catch up to the trio and corner them, Coral decides to turn the tables on the brothers. Wendy's backstory is revealed.

19 March 2021

The Escape

Christian and Moisés follow Wendy into a warehouse, where a surprise awaits. Coral admits she came to the club voluntarily, and explains why.

19 March 2021

Foxy and Hare

The trio make a discovery that complicates their plans to escape for good. In a flashback, Romeo asks Coral to work for him in another capacity.

19 March 2021

Thinking with your D**k

The three women seek the vet's help again. Coral opens up about her past. Romeo returns to the club, where Fernando asks to speak to him.

19 March 2021

Bear Trap

Wendy runs into a man who won't take no for an answer. Romeo demands that Moisés prove his loyalty. The trio launch a plan to reclaim what's theirs.

Sky Rojo: Season 1 / Reviews



We appreciate Sky Rojo's "less is more" approach, which is not common these days.

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