Who Killed Sara Season 3 Ending Explained!

Who Killed Sara? has concluded its first two seasons. Seasons 1 and 2 debuted in 2021, with season 3 following on May 18th, 2022. After Marifer confessed to Sara’s murder in season 2, the plot takes an unexpected turn with the revelation that a third party was involved in her death.

It emerged in the finale of season 2 that Nicandro and a new sinister guy speaking on the phone were truly behind it all, leaving Alex on the trail of an unnamed organization in season 3.

How many episodes are there in the third season of Who Killed Sara?

Season 3 of Who Killed Sara? consists of just seven episodes in total. Season 3 of the mystery thriller is the smallest of the show’s two previous seasons, which contained a total of 10 and eight episodes, respectively. Season 3’s episodes are also shorter, ranging in length from 37 minutes to 47 minutes for the season finale.

Overall, season 3 clocks in at 278 minutes, or four and a half hours and 38 minutes.

  1. Presumed Dead | 38 mins
  2. Medusa Complex | 37 mins
  3. Dead or Alive | 37 mins
  4. Welcomes to the Medusa Center | 37 mins
  5. Lab Rats | 40 mins
  6. What Happened to Sara | 39 mins
  7. What Did You Do, Sara? | 47 mins

WHO KILLED SARA WON’T RETURN FOR SEASON 4

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That’s true, Who Killed Sara? will not return to Netflix for a fourth season following the conclusion of season 3. Temporada Final, or “Final Season,” was the tagline on the teaser for the third season, which translates to “Final Season.”

Do we now have concrete proof that the Who Killed Sara? the storyline was always intended to be told in three parts, with the first part establishing the mystery, the second part providing a surprising twist, and ultimately, season three providing all the answers.

There is no need for a fourth season, as the mystery surrounding Sara’s death is eventually solved and the answer to ‘Who Killed Sara?’ is ultimately given at the end of the third season.

The Ending of Who Killed Sara season 3

There have been many questions about the death of Alex’s sister (played by Manolo Cardona), and all signs point to the Who Killed Sara? Medusa Project.

Dr. Reinaldo is a newcomer (Jean Reno). At Medusa, she was subjected to gruesome and brutal experiments to “cure” her schizophrenia. It is revealed that Sara (Ximena Lamadrid) didn’t die in a parachute accident but was instead taken there. Because of this, her empty tomb was displayed at the opening of the finale.

Doctor Reinaldo has been working on a ‘cure’ for schizophrenia and homosexuality, it is revealed in the course of the season. No one is spared the same fate as Sara (Eugenio Siller). His treatment at Medusa is based on the pretext of rehabilitation for homosexuality, despite him being jailed in season two.

Lucia, a young woman, is also introduced in the story. Aside from the striking resemblance between her and Sara, Medusa’s tentacle-haired grip has captured her as well. Her mother Sara was one month pregnant at the time of the parachute accident, and it turns out that Sara’s daughter is who she appears to be in this episode.

It’s not surprising that Cesar (Ginés Garcia Millán) joins forces with Alex to atone for the killing of Sara and, well, for pretty much all of his evil deeds. As a team, they kidnap and question Medusa senior doctor Tonya to learn more about the facility and what happened to Sara.

In response to Alex’s request for information about Sara, he receives it. The truth is that Sara stabbed herself rather than become a test subject for Dr. Reinaldo.

Overwhelmed by wrath, Alex storms Medusa in search of Dr. Reinaldo, who has vanished. Reinaldo tries to fight and even bargain his way out of Alex’s clutches, but Alex’s bloodlust is too much for him. Reinaldo is electrocuted to death by the same method used on his patients by Dr. Reinaldo.

Several Medusa patients, including a reformed Chema and Lucia, manage to escape during the mayhem. Because of Cesar’s resolve to atone, he assumes responsibility for Dr. Reinaldo’s death as well as for the death of Abel (thereby absolving Chema of any responsibility), resulting in Chema’s 40-year prison sentence.

Taking the fall for Cesar is driven in part by his recent diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. For Alex, he sees this as punishment for the 18 years Alex spent in prison after Alex was found guilty of Sara’s murder and sentenced to 18 years in prison.

Oooh, and don’t forget about Sara’s step-sister Marifer, whose initial confession to Alex that she cut Sara’s chute? In the end, Sara’s injuries from season one proved fatal, and she is reunited with Marifer in the afterlife, but her daughter Lucia is left in the loving care of Marifer.

Netflix has the complete first season of Who Killed Sara.

Who Killed Sara Season 3 Trailer

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