Queen Of The South blog
In 'La Noche Oscura del Alma,' ... Now that Teresa Mendoza knows Camila Vargas was setting her up, she decides to abandon Dallas and the business for good. But nobody leaves Camila without paying a price.
In 'Que Manden los Payasos,' ... With Camila Vargas in prison, Teresa Mendoza gets in charge of the business, but she’ll find out a secret that puts her loyalty to the test.
All hail the Queen! USA Network announced today that its hit drama series, Queen of the South, is coming back for a third season.
In the most recent installment of Queen of the South, Camila endeavors to seal the deal with her new supplier, Devon Finch, and brings Teresa Mendoza along for the ride. As Camila’s new protégé, Teresa is receiving an in-depth look into the operations of the business -- but she shows that she still has a lot to learn when it comes to stepping on her boss's toes. Let's break it down!
In 'Sólo El Amor De Una Madre,'... with Devon Finch on her side and Epifanio ready to retire from the drug business, things seem to get better for Camila Vargas.
In season 2 episode 8, “Sacar Con Sifon El Mar,” Devon Finch refuses to work with Camila Vargas (Veronica Falcon), but little does he know she won’t take no for an answer.
Sandy Valles, who plays Isabella Vargas on Queen of the South, opens up about the tumultuous relationship with her character's TV parents, Epifanio and Camila -- not to mention, her burgeoning rebellious side!
In season 2 episode 7, “El Precio De La Fe,” Camila Vargas (Veronica Falcon) is about to close a new, profitable deal with a Korean drug lord, but Epifanio (Joaquim de Almeida) will ruin her plans once again.
The plot thickens. Guero is back, and with his return, the introduction of an increasingly complex love triangle between him, Teresa, and James. Which side are you on?
In season 2 episode 6, “El Camino De La Muerte,” Teresa (Alice Braga) finds El Santo in Bolivia, but her encounter with him will have some strange and inexplicable consequences.