Series set in the 70s where the protagonists face a time of political change marked by the death of Franco and the transition to democracy in which society begins to have the right to vote and women begin to rise to claim their rights . The new installment takes a temporary leap of six years until 1975. Another of the great novelties that the protagonists of the series face is the construction of a stately hotel, which is what the Benigna hostel becomes. A wealthy family takes over the business, bringing secrets that they will never want to see the light. Immersed in the start of the Transition, a new satirical magazine opens in the neighborhood. Its editors and cartoonists become part of everyday life and live with the rest of the residents of the Plaza de los Frutos. In order not to be left behind, the Asturian of Marcelino and Manolita will also experience a face lift, although the bar needs something more than that, The airs of modernity also reach the King's Club, which is committed to cabaret numbers. The arrival of Amelia, a young woman who works at the hotel during the day and who dances at the King's at night, gives a lot to talk about.