The Mallorca Files Season 3 fans are waiting for its season 3. Elen Rhys and Julian Looman play a pair of detectives in the British police procedural television drama series The Mallorca Files, which is set on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The series, produced by Cosmopolitan Pictures, Clerkenwell Films, BritBox US and Canada, ZDFneo, and France 2, was developed by Dan Sefton and shown on BBC One.
Prior to the premiere episode airing on November 11th, 2019, a second season was announced. Beginning on February 1, 2021, Series 2 began airing on BBC One and all episodes began to be made accessible on BBC iPlayer.
The Mallorca Files Season 3 Cast
The Mallorca Files Season 3 may have the same cast as its previous seasons. It is not yet officially announced who will be in The Mallorca Files Season 3 but let’s meet the previous season’s cast and characters. Following is the cast:
- Elen Rhys as Detective Miranda Blake
- Julian Looman as Detective Max Winter
- María Fernández Ache as Chief Inés Villegas
- Nacho Aldeguer as Federico Ramis
- Alex Hafner as Roberto Herrero
- Nansi Nsue as Luisa Rosa
- Tábata Cerezo as Carmen Lorenzo
- Denis Schmidt as Christian
- Carlos Olalla as Joan Lorenzo
- Tanya Moodie as Supt. Abbey Palmer
The Mallorca Files Previous Seasons Plot
A gangland witness named Niall Taylor (Aidan McArdle), who was being taken back to Britain by Miranda Blake, is killed at Palma airport. Max Winter, who was there to see his girlfriend, intervenes to prevent Miranda from suffering the same fate. After being told by her supervisor to return to London, Miranda schemes to stay in Mallorca to hunt out the murderer. As other members of the same gang are killed, police chief Inés Villegas hooks her up with Max and they begin an investigation.
Jürgen Kuhl’s apartment and studio, where he also presents a contentious music program, is where Max and Miranda are presented with a case of stolen musical instruments. A participant, Jens Schmitt, who is reprimanded by Kuhl for not performing his songs, seizes Max’s gun and takes hostages everyone in the house, including Miranda, as they are doing their investigations. He requests that the event be televised live and that he be permitted to dedicate a song that he wrote to his ex-girlfriend Lena.
Inés wants to wait for the mainland negotiators outside, but Max says they should go inside because Schmitt appears unstable. Schmitt uses Miranda’s assistance to tape Kuhl to a chair before his performance. Miranda takes over as Carlos, the keyboardist, appears to experience a panic attack.
Max, in the meantime, deviates from Inés’ strategy and launches a sneak attack inside the building. Max is spotted on the live video, and Inés commands the other cops to enter the area. Schmitt is taken aback when Max approaches him from behind while the other cops assault the home and encircle him. Schmitt is detained after singing, to the delight of the audience that has gathered outside the venue. Miranda receives a promotion in London, and Max proposes marriage to Carmen, which she decides she wants to put off. However, Miranda ultimately decides to remain in Mallorca since she feels that it has become her new home.
Opera star José Castaa and a lady who committed herself by drowning in the water are two deaths that Max and Miranda look into despite their seeming dissimilarities. They learn that Castaa was a well-known philanderer and that the woman played the violin. Castaa caused the dead woman’s pregnancy, thus Elvira Cortez, Castaa’s manager, is under suspicion since she also had a child with Castaa. When Miranda and Max bring the #MeToo/I am Spartacus admissions from 27 women who had known the maestro, Inés is left with a choice.
Oliver Barker was poisoned while eating a dinner prepared by his favorite chef, according to Max and Miranda, who are looking into the case. Until the autopsy indicates he was poisoned the day before with amanita mushrooms, the people at the table and the restaurant personnel remain their prime suspects. Max and Miranda find a connection between the past and a reason for retaliation by looking into the pasts of the suspects and victim. A vengeance that endangers the lives of uninvolved partygoers.
In order to look into credit card theft against visitors at a horseback riding ranch, Max and Miranda travel to the opposite side of the island. After gathering evidence, they accuse José Rey, the ranch’s owner’s grandson who was due to retire and transfer ownership to José. The next day, when Xisco is discovered dead, Max and Miranda are summoned back to the ranch. José, who is their top suspect in the murder, is then sought out on horseback by the two detectives under the direction of José’s mentor Javier, who is not pleased that José is engaged to be married to his daughter. Javier describes the Rey family’s history, including José’s grandfather’s reluctance to retire, his mother’s intoxication, and his father’s disappearance.
The Mallorca Files Season 3 Release Date
The Mallorca Files Season 3 premiere date is currently unknown, which is unfortunate. But at the very least, we anticipate seeing its upcoming series of episodes around 2022 or early 2023. The Mallorca Files Season 3 is now in production, and the scripts are prepared for filming, so its release on television won’t be delayed much longer. Due to the problems the Covid epidemic produced in the global production schedules, season two was reduced from its original 10 episodes to six. As a result, there is plenty of content for a potential The Mallorca Files Season 3, and the show’s makers think they can continue airing it as long as viewers are happy.
Where to watch The Mallorca Files Season 3?
Weekday afternoons saw the show on BBC One. Series 2 premiered on BBC One on February 1, 2021, and all subsequent episodes of the series were available on BBC iPlayer. The Mallorca Files Season 3 should be available on the same site, as expected.