This article discusses the possibility of Sky Rojo Season 4 and the show’s renewed or canceled status. It contains some spoilers for previous seasons.
Sky Rojo has been a pacey thrill ride since its debut on Netflix in 2021, where the reputation of its creator Alex Pina was worth a great deal thanks to the success of Money Heist. The crime thriller, which follows three women on the run from a sadistic, vengeful pimp, has been far from a flawless experience, but it has been reliably relentless across all three of its seasons.
Here’s a quote from our review of the third season:
At the start of the third season, Coral, Wendy, and Gina are living in a swanky beachside property. They own and operate a bakery that they’re laundering Romeo’s money through, and while they’ve mostly put their past behind them, none of them can quite escape from it. Gina is heavily pregnant, Coral still has a drug addiction that she’s keeping a secret, and when she goes to bed at night, she imagines the walls closing in and crushing her to death. When a mistake gives away their location to Romeo, he sends Moises and his psychopathic new assassin Darwin to kill them.
And it has amassed a decently vocal fanbase. Netflix put a good helping of marketing dollars behind it, and the release of the third season on January 13, 2023, was pretty highly anticipated in some quarters. Since these seasons have eight episodes at around half an hour each, they’re ideal binge-watch material, so many viewers have already sped through the latest offering and are keen to find out about the show’s potential future. Here’s everything we know.
Will there be a Sky Rojo Season 4?
Renewal status: Not renewed.
Sky Rojo was always, it seems, envisioned as a three-part story, and it has already been confirmed that the third season is the last. So, no, Sky Rojo will not be renewed for a fourth season.
This should have been pretty self-evident to anyone who watched the third-season finale. The central conflict is resolved, key relationships are healthy (for once), and the future looks bright for everyone. It provided welcome catharsis for those of us who have stuck with the show since the beginning and it wouldn’t make any sense artistically to return to this world and these characters.
Sure, certain things are left a little speculative. We don’t know what Moises will do next, for instance, but I think in some instances it’s better not to know and to be able to fill those blanks in for oneself.