If I have to get a stop and desist letter from Miguel for you lot, I completely will.
“I believe it’s very attention-grabbing to see Guzmán as a personality this season — in spite of everything he grew within the first three seasons: discovering the love of his life in Nadia [Mina El Hammani] and that serving him as this mild to comply with, and [becoming] a greater individual and [leaving] all this negativity that his life was earlier than behind,” Miguel stated.
And, because it seems, Miguel could be very conscious of how dissatisfied some followers are following Guznadia-gate.
As you will bear in mind, Nadia graduated Las Encinas final season to pursue her undergraduate research at Columbia College in New York, leaving her and Guzmán to navigate a crumbling long-distance relationship.
However Miguel was supportive of the break-up: “I actually liked the truth that my character wasn’t simply the sort of man that will get higher and stays there,” he stated. “That is not actual. If you wish to try to be higher, all of us work very laborious for that…I do not suppose Guzmán is profitable on this season in getting higher as an individual.”
“We had been very scared that we had been going to upset the general public, the viewers, and make them really feel like we failed them,” he continued. “However it was stunning. And I believe, ultimately, he does develop and notice that he has to depart and search for Nadia once more and search for himself.”
And it is a good factor Miguel is pleased with his arc this season, particularly since it could or might not be his final one. “I believe they’re leaving indefinitely,” Miguel stated of his characters Guzmán and Ander (performed by Arón Piper), who go away Las Encinas on the finish of the season.
He was a ache within the ass more often than not, however I will undoubtedly be lacking Guzmán.
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