The Spanish operator confirmed the series, co-produced by Movistar+, Portocabo, ARTE France and Atlantique Productions, will return with a second season.
Spanish series Hierro, co-produced by Movistar+, Portocabo, ARTE France and Atlantique Productions, will return with a second season.
The announcement was made by Spanish operator Movistar+, which also said the new season will also be filmed on El Hierro island in Spain.
Candela Peña will once again lead the cast as Judge Candela Montes, while Argentine actor Diego Grandinetti will return as businessman Díaz.
Jorge Coira will also direct this second season of the series created by Pepe Coira, which continues to lead the script writing.
The renewal comes almost three months after its premiere, which as revealed by Movistar+ has been the second best on the platform, already being among the five most watched series when considering all the payment channels of the platform.
In addition, eight out of ten people who watched the first episode have watched the entire season.
Hierro season one is available on demand on Movistar+ and Movistar+ Lite.
Outside Spain, its first season will be released through ARTE France in France and Germany from September 19, while it has been seen on the Movistar channels of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
It is distributed internationally by Banijay Rights.