Netflix’s The Barrier Episode 11 Recap: Death and Kidnapping

The Barrier or La Valla is a Spanish-language TV series created by Daniel Ecija and starring Unax Ugalde, Olivia Molina, Eleonora Wexler, Abel Folk, Angela Molina. The series is produced by Atresmedia with Good Mood Productions. The Barrier episode 11 is directed by Luis Oliveros.

The Barrier episode 11 recap

The Barrier episode 11 is all about the virus. We get a lot of insight into the unseen enemy, which is kinda scary considering we’re all fighting an unseen enemy right now in real life. However, the novavirus is much scarier – transmits through almost anything and well, you’re dying no matter what. Alma gets into the nitty-gritty in the episode and talks a little bit in-depth about the anti-virus and how it works.

You feel bad for poor Luis now. The man has too much on his plate. I think I have talked about this one too many times, but Luis is such a good person. He’s always looking out to do what’s right and is not afraid to question stuff. Granted, he was turning a blind eye to everything till a few episodes ago, but he’s taking on a more proactive role in everything, and that’s all that matters.

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  • The Barrier episode 11
  • The Barrier episode 11

On the other hand, Hugo seems to be developing a crush on Julia, which… I don’t know how that’d turn out. The pair also go on a mission to save Manuela, who has all but been forgotten in all this mess. Ivan, who just got a nice character arc in the last episode, is in quite a spot in The Barrier episode 11. Alma, obviously, is devasted, but a quick kidnapping does the trick. Next episode’s sneak peek promises that Ivan’s gonna be in a better place.

Also, remember that ominous prediction that Alvaro had made a few episodes ago? Yep, that’s gonna come into play now, atleast that’s what the sneak peek promises. The novavirus also spreads rapidly in Sector 2 in The Barrier episode 11, and it doesn’t bode well for the people.

On the other hand, Emilia and Alex move on with their plan to find out about the lost children. In this regard, although Fernando refuses to believe them initially, and goes to the extent of threatening Emilia, he later gets a very tight slap from reality and faces the truth of the horrible cover-up that has ravaged his family.

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With two more episodes left, The Barrier episode 11 is pretty fast and action-packed, and although a lot of things become clear, it’s not quite as tense as the previous episode. Does Manuela survive? What happens to Fernando and Emilia? Will Hugo and Julia be successful in rescuing Manuela? What happens to Marta? All of that, and more, will hopefully be clearer in the episodes to come.

The Barrier episode 11 is streaming on Netflix.

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The Barrier episode 11 has a deadly virus out to get everyone, a kidnapping and a miraculous recovery. But it somewhere lacks the punch.

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