Mayans MC Season 5 to Release: Know the Plot, Cast, and Everything

Mayans MC is all set to come for its 5th season. The last trip of Mayans MC was amazing and breathtaking. Fans were waiting for the next season. But till that time there was no confirmation about season 5.

Finally, the wait is over and the creators confirmed the Mayans MC season 5. Creator Elgin James in an interview with Comic-Con confirmed the next season. The news came on July 22 and fans can’t keep calm.

Elgin said that he knew about season 5 for a long. But was not ready to reveal it soon. He further added he was waiting for Comic-Con to reveal the next season of the popular series.


Mayans MC season 5 is possibly going to be more violent and scary. EZ is going to lead the biker group this time. With a shift in his character, he’ll play a violent and crucial role this time.

There will be new enemies and humanity will take a seat back. EZ is furious this time and will kill more people during the trip. Apart from EZ, Angel also will have a crucial role while heading towards the South.

Mayans MC Season 5

The war between Mayans and Sons of Anarchy is in full swing. And this season is a hit already.


JD Pardo as EZ and Clayton Cadena as Angel are going to be back for Mayans MC Season 5. Other than that two Sarah Bolger, Carla Baratta, and Emilio Rivera is also anticipated for the new season.

The maker has not revealed much about the casts. But fans can expect some new faces this season.

Mayans MC Season 5 Release

Mayans MC Season 5 release date is not yet confirmed. Fans might have to wait for a longer time for the next season. According to the reports, the biker gang is not going to be on screen before 2023.

Fans can only hope for an early release. Till then let’s anticipate the best of the gang.

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