The inhabitants of the block of relatively luxurious flats. Follow the problems faced by those living together in Spain, the Spanish property bubble, and the hardships faced by young people... See full summary »
José Luis Gil
A warrior from the 16th Century, the first female university student from the 19th Century and a nurse from the 21st Century join a secret agency to prevent people to change the Spanish history by using time-traveling doors.
Cayetana Guillén Cuervo,
In the small town of Cienfuegos, it's a very special day for 7-year-old Alicia Vega (Aroa Palacios) and her family: her First Communion. However, when they are celebrating at the family's ... See full summary »
Xena, a mighty Warrior Princess with a dark past, sets out to redeem herself. She is joined by small town bard, Gabrielle. Together they journey the ancient world and fight for the greater good against ruthless Warlords and Gods.
The series release on DVD is a bit confusing: Three sets labeled "Season 2" parts I, II and III were released in 2004. These include season 3, not 2. Three sets labeled "Season 1" parts I, II and III were released in 2006. These include seasons 1 and 2, with "part II" set including the last 4 episodes of Season 1 and the first 5 episodes of Season 2. "Complete Season 11" set was released in late 2007. This is indeed Season 11, even if the cover shows a photo of Season 12 cast. "Complete Season 12" set was released in early 2008. This is indeed Season 12, even if the cover shows a photo of then recently finished Season 14 cast. See more »
I watch this show since season 3 and i can't miss a single episode.
Some people say that it is very similar with the American show "ER", but i can't disagree more, i'm also a big fan of "ER" and there is a big difference between the two shows, "ER" focuses more on the inside of the ER, and we see the patients only when they enter the hospital, and only a few times we follow on their future, but in Hospital Central, we see the lives of those patients and even watch their accidents and circumstances that took them to the hospital, there are a lot more exterior shots and good accident scenes, "ER" lives mostly from studio shot scenes.
Also in "ER" there is much more technical talk and it's most of the time filmed in a frenetic environment, Hospital Central is much more accessible in technical terms and it's rhythm is much slower.
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