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Queen of the South series finale: Will Pote Galvez survive as Teresa is killed?

Queen of the South will return on USA Network for season five. Filming has started again on the new episodes but a release date hasn’t been revealed. What we do know though is it’s going to be the start of a new chapter for Teresa Mendoza (played by Alice Braga).

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Queen of the South.

Following the tragic deaths of Tony Parra (Julian Silva) and Javier Jimenez (Alfonso Herrera), Teresa continued to work on building up her drug empire.

She made a new deal with Russian dealer Oksana Volkova (Vera Cherny) who knew the New York mafia and could help find her more sellers.

Having already taken over New Orleans, it is believed some of season five will be set in the Big Apple as Teresa continues to expand.

At the very end of the series four finale, a familiar face once again showed up out of the blue.

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Nevertheless, it does seem like Pote could be in it for the long haul.

The creators of Queen of the South dropped a massive clue way back in season one of the USA Network drama.

In the flash-forward scene, Teresa was stepping out of a helicopter, walking towards her extravagant home.

But she wasn’t alone as she was accompanied by what looked like her trusted entourage.

The only person who could clearly be identified was Pote, dressed in black like he one of her bodyguards.

This was before Teresa was then seen shot in the head by a mysterious shooter. 

However, if Pote is her bodyguard, does this mean Pote was taken care of in order for the killer to get close to Teresa? 


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