15 ABR 2021


Netflix presented a preview of its releases for the coming months in Spain. It also announced some original Spanish projects currently in production and development, offering a diverse range of genres and formats.


“El Vecino”


Netflix presented a preview of its releases for the coming months in Spain. It also announced some original Spanish projects currently in production and development, offering a diverse range of genres and formats, and it revealed new materials for some of its future releases too.

▸ “Intimidad”: a drama series created by Verónica Fernández and Laura Sarmiento, directed by Jorge Torregrossa, Ben Gutteridge, Marta Font, and Koldo Almandoz, and starring Itziar Ituño, Patricia López Arnaiz, Verónica Echegui, Ana Wagener, and Emma Suárez. A sexual video of a politician with a promising future, filtered by the media, is the catalyst in this story, which describes the life of four women who are forced to walk the thin line that separates public life from private life.

▸ “Baruca”: an action series created by Victor Sierra & Xosé Morais, directed by Óscar Pedraza, and starring Alberto Ammann and Luis Callejo. The show is set in the Psychiatric Prison Monte Baruca. It is December 24 and is starting to get dark. A group of armed men surround the complex and cut-off all communication with the exterior. Their objective: to capture Simón Lago, a dangerous serial killer.

▸ “Si lo hubiera sabido”: created by the Turkish screenwriter Ece Yörenç, adapted by Irma Correa and starring Megan Montaner, it tells the story of Emma, a 30-year old woman, who is unhappy with her 10-year relationship with Nando and her family life and who feels that her life has lost all meaning.

▸ “Amor con fianza”: a reality show hosted by Mónica Naranjo and produced by Fremantle Media. Six couples in an exotic location. All of them claim to have honest relationships, but they will have to prove it and that won’t be easy. Will they trust one another?

▸ “Georgina”: With 24 million followers on Instagram, Georgina Rodríguez is, among many others, a model, a mother, an influencer, an entrepreneur, a dancer, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend. This reality will be an in-depth and emotional portrait of the woman behind the photos, the stories and the major headlines.

▸ “A través de mi ventana”: On March 14 kicked off the production of the film adaptation of the best-selling novel written by Ariana Godoy, “A través de mi ventana,” produced by Nostromo Pictures and directed by Marçal Fores. It tells the story of Raquel, who is madly and irrevocably in love with Ares, her attractive and mysterious neighbour.

▸ “Eres tú”: An urban, fun and different romantic comedy. Produced by Zeta Studios, with Paloma Molina and Miriam Rodríguez leading the executive production and Cristobal Garrido and Adolfo Valor as the lead scriptwriters. It tells the story of Javier, who at the age of 16 kissed a girl for the first time and discovered that he can see the future, at least his romantic future. Not only with his first kiss, but as soon as he kisses any girl, the entire course of the relationship flashes before his eyes.


▸ “El Vecino”: During the presentation, the release date of the second and final season of “El Vecino” was announced. The series directed by Ernesto Sevilla, Raúl Navarro, Víctor García León and Mar Olid, starring Quim Gutierrez, Clara Lago and Fran Perea, will be available on Netflix on May 21.

▸ “Érase una vez….pero ya no”: On April 5, filming began on the series “Érase una vez….pero ya no,” created and directed by Manolo Caro and starring Sebastián Yatra, Rossy de Palma, Asier Etxeandia, Daniela Vega, Mariana Treviño, Mariola Fuentes, Itziar Castro, Mónica Maranillo, and Nia Correia.

▸ “El Inocente”: Oriol Paulo’s mini-series, starring Mario Casas, Aura Garrido, Alexandra Jiménez and Jose Coronado, which will premiere on April 30, revealed an exclusive featurette.

▸ “Murder by the coast”: On April 23, this documentary about the prolific Wanninkhof-Carabantes case will come to Netflix, twenty years after the murders. The film covers the case’s different aspects through a judicial, political, media, and sociological lense as well as from a gender perspective.