Griselda Season 1 Preview: Release Date, Time, & Where To Watch

Griselda Season 1

Sofia Vergara is set to come back to the small screen once again with this highly anticipated miniseries. Griselda is  directed by Andrés Baiz and it looks like it could be quite the intriguing watch. Here is everything we know about Griselda Season 1, including its release date, time, cast, and where you can watch it:

What is Griselda Season 1 about?

Griselda is a limited miniseries that follows the story of real-life drug queenpin Griselda Blanco, portrayed by Sofia Vergara. Back in the 1970s- early 2000s, Blanco ruled the drug game in Miami. She was popularly known as the black Widow or Cocaine Godmother.

We will have extensive coverage for Griselda across the site, including recaps for all episodes and a full season review. Feel free to check those once the series drops.

Where Can I Watch Griselda Season 1?

Since Griselda is a Netflix original, the show will be released exclusively on that streaming platform globally. This is the only place you’ll be able to watch this one.

Griselda  Season 1 Release Date

Griselda Season 1 is all set to release on Thursday 25th January at 8 am (GMT) / 3 am ​​(ET). Season 1 will have a total of six episodes. Expect all to drop at the same time, with each episode having a runtime of 50-55 minutes approximately.

How Many Episodes Will Griselda Season 1 Have?

The first season 1 of Griselda will have 6 episodes. Expect the episodes to be dropped with relevant subtitles as well as dubs in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Japanese, Brazilian and many more.

Is There A Trailer For Griselda Season 1?

There is, indeed! You can find a teaser for the new season of this Netflix drama below.


What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favourite moment of Griselda so far? Let us know in the comments below!

 

1 thought on “Griselda Season 1 Preview: Release Date, Time, & Where To Watch”

  1. I wish it was in English!!! I don’t mind a bit of Spanish with subtitles but it’s like 95% Spanish!!! At least! I can’t read and watch the rest of the screen at the same time. I also can’t read that fast. So disappointing!

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