According to their will of avenging the homicide of their lord, three brave orphans live in San Simon, Mexico, where they have been raised by a master of martial arts, who after the homicide of their master on the hands of criminals, they go in a high journey to avenge his homicide, making solidarity with an investigator, what challenges them, as they wind up engaged with a universe of homicide and wrongdoing.
Seis Manos is balanced in such a way that it's sure to keep you around and fully invested throughout. An intriguing mystery keeps you going, and it quickly becomes clear that each character has layers of depth you wouldn't expect to see.
It's both very profane and violent, but amid all the fighting and action, the show skillfully interweaves important feminist historical events in Mexico. That accuracy is just one of the show's many displays of its creators' thoughtfulness.