Fox has confirmed the second season of “The Cleaning Lady.” “This heart-wrenching, emotionally-charged tale captivated audiences across platforms with its empowering, compelling narrative about an undocumented worker who is forced to navigate the criminal underworld to save the life of his ailing son,” said Michael Thorn, President of Fox Entertainment. said.
‘The Cleaning Lady’ boldly and harshly touches on many of today’s most pressing social issues. Fox is very pleased with the response and interest in the series. The series follows Cambodian doctor Thony (Élodie Yung), who comes to the US for medical treatment to save his sick son Luca (Valentino and Sebastien LaSalle). Her son is diagnosed with a life-threatening immunodeficiency, and her husband Marco (Ivan Shaw) can’t get a visa as he struggles with a gambling addiction. Thony is forced to save the boy on his own. However, an unexpected encounter with the lieutenant of a powerful crime syndicate leads her to become a cleaning lady for the crime syndicate.
The series also stars Martha Millan, Adan Canto, Oliver Hudson, Sean Lew, and Faith Bryant. “The Cleaning Lady” is based on the Argentine drama “La Chica Que Limpia” and there is also a feature film. American television producer Miranda Kwok developed the series. Melissa Carter serves as showrunner and executive producer. Shay Mitchell, David Dean Portelli, Rose Marie Vega, and Paola Suarez are also executive producers. The pilot episode was directed and produced by Michael Offer. Warner Bros. serves as a television studio.