'El Señor De Los Cielos' Season 4
Watch a preview of the upcoming season of "El Señor De Los Cielos" which is coming soon to Telemundo! Telemundo

Telemundo is touting us with clips of "El Señor De Los Cielos" Season 4 because they know we are excited to see what happens next. A few weeks ago the Spanish-language network premiered a teaser that didn't tell us much, but that Aurelio Casillas (Rafael Amaya) was coming back soon. During the finale of "Bajo El Mismo Cielo," they actually aired scenes of the upcoming season and it looks like it's going to be action-packed. Don't know if they are trying to trick us or what is going on, but it seems that Rutila (Aurelio's daughter) dies, which lashes out a series of wars among the Mexican cartels. Oh! And because no woman has ever resisted Aurelio, Amparo (Maritza Rodriguez) falls for him. Watch the preview down below and tell us what you think!

Production of Season 4 of the narco series has been underway in Mexico for the better part of last year. Nearing the end of production it was halted, following reports that star Amaya had a near death experience after a drug overdose. Since then, the actor has debunked the rumors that he was hospitalized for drugs and that it had to do with the stress and work overload of filming the series. "Yes, I was in the hospital for two days," he said in an interview. "I had a nervous breakdown due to fatigue and stress. I was about 10 months or almost 11 months working consecutively with no vacation. Like any other human being, I started to get sick. I started missing work and Telemundo and I decided that we needed a break and take life back to recharge energy. Go with family and forget Aurelio casillas por a little bit and return as new."

Reports said that he went into coma, but the actor firmly denies this. "No. There's has been a lot of things said," he added. "I was surprised all of this time because there has been many things said. All of my family has been affected with everything that's been said. I have been in contact with them, with my friends, with my co-workers and no. I was only there two days and if I had been in coma, they normally keep you for two or three weeks, up to a month. But no. I remember when I was admitted [to the hospital], when I left and I remember absolutely everything. I was not in coma."

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