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Watch: The Trailer—and Taco List—for Season Two of the Taco Chronicles on Netflix Is Here

12:59 PM PDT on August 26, 2020

    [dropcap size=big]“Q[/dropcap]uién no quiere un taco?” (Who doesn’t want a taco?)

    This is the bold question posed by Solange Muris in the first-ever peek into season two of the James Beard-Award winning series, Las Crónicas del Taco. The official trailer was released by Netflix Latin America just a couple hours ago, and it hits our taco-loving hearts hard. The news broke this morning via the Mexican news and culture site,  

    It picks up where season one left off, bringing you another plate brimming with taco histories, passionate personalities, taco porn, and of course, a whole new list of spots where followers of the Taco Life will be to try for themselves. While we still may not able to easily travel to Mexico, binging on this series may be the next thing.

    The taco list is: 


    Cochinita Pibil




    Taco de pescado (Fish Taco)

    And a bonus episode detailing the history of everyone’s favorite misunderstood taco: the All-American Crunchy Taco. 

    The series transports you to 18 regions across México, the United States, and Japan, including Ciudad de México Nuevo León, Yucatán, Jalisco, Baja California, and Ensenada.

    A sobaquera at Burritos Doña Guille. All photos by Monica Godefroy

    The series was created and executively produced by Pablo Cruz, whose past work includes the internationally successful Luis Miguel: The Series. Along with a small army of a film crew led by Producer Hallie Davison, Director Santiago Fábregas, and Carlos Correa handling the photography and the rest of the taco-fueled crew that worked tirelessly to maintain the award-winning quality of the first season.

    Suadero at Las Muñecas in Mexico City. All photos by Monica Godefroy

    If season one made you hungry for tacos, season two will make you absolutely voracious.

    Full disclosure: Javier Cabral is an Associate Producer and Taco Scout for Taco Chronicles. 

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