El Hormiguero The actress from Madrid He spoke of the second part of the last season of 'Las chicas del cable'
L actress Blanca Suarez has attended this previous program of the current season this Tuesday 'El Hormiguero' to talk about the second part of the last season of 'Las chicas del cable' which premieres this Friday, July 3, on Netflix and which is made up of five chapters.
The memory that keeps the madrilea of the end of the filming of the series is not particularly beautiful. Asked by Pablo Motos about the last day of filming, Blanca Surez replied that "it was truly exhausting." "I would love to say that they said cut, that they said well chcios the filming of 'The Cable Girls' has finished, but it was one in the morning, it was very cold and we were absolutely busted" , noted.
Questioned by the presenter of 'El Hormiguero' by if the day after the end of shooting of the fiction he felt nostalgia , the interpreter from Madrid answered with a resounding "no". "A week or so is when you are aware that it has already passed and that you will not be summoned again to start another day of filming in the series. Suddenly your house falls down on top and you get a little stunned. It's like a loss, "explained Blanca Surez.
On the end of 'The Cable Girls', Blanca Surez noted that " the series deserved a very decent end, very top, and leave it in style ", but despite the insistence of the driver of 'El Hormiguero', did not reveal any details of it. "If I open my mouth, there will be a Netflix man on my portal. I can only say that the end is going to be brutal and that we have not disappointed the characters and the story," said the interpreter who gives life to Lidia Aguilar Dvila in fiction.
Pablo Motos to end the interview, made reference to the veteran Concha Velasco and the weight she has in ' The cable girls' and Blanca Surez surprised with his response, since he said that in addition to being a good actress, she has been very lucky throughout her long career. "I think I was born with a star, with a flower on my ass too, and I think that success throughout all these years has been worked out step by step and project by project," he concluded.