This week on Netflix, viewers around the globe are captivated by the Spanish thriller “Wrong Side of the Tracks.” The series currently ranks as the fourth most-watched title on the platform worldwide, as indicated by FlixPatrol’s latest data as of February 28th. Season 3 of the series premiered just three days ago.

Premiering on Telecinco in 2022, “Wrong Side of the Tracks” boasts a stellar cast including José Coronado, Nona Sobo, and Luis Zahera. The story centers around a former military man, who lives in a poor neighborhood of Madrid, who seeks revenge against the drug dealers that wronged his granddaughter.

Critics and audiences alike have praised the series for its gripping plotlines and powerful performances. With three seasons, each consisting of eight episodes, the drama has kept viewers on the edge of their seats with its suspenseful twists and turns.

Will there be a Season 4 of “Wrong Side of the Tracks”?

The cast members have confirmed that the series is set to return for a fourth and final season. In a heartfelt Instagram post, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, who portrays Santi in the series, expressed mixed emotions about bidding farewell to the project. “I don’t know if I’m ready to let you go,” he shared. “This series has been the most brutal project I’ve faced in my entire career.”

Joining Jiménez, Coronado, Sobo and Zahera in the ensemble are acclaimed actors such as Felipe Londono, Laura Ramos, Manuel Tallafé, Manolo Caro, Itziar Atienza, Franky Martín, and María de Nati.

While it has been confirmed that the fourth season was already filmed, there’s no official word about a premiere date for the final chapter. However, the Spanish media outlet SensaCine assures that it could potentially come out later this year.

As fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming season, “Wrong Side of the Tracks” continues to enthrall audiences worldwide with its gripping narrative. And its popularity puts it as one of the must-watch series on Netflix.