The judge named Sara has moved to Calenda, along with her teenage daughter, Leire. Her plan to rebuild the family life has been spoiled when her husband disappears. This will be the first ... See full summary »
It starts with a guy trying to get a girl he met at a party to like him. She refuses but he doesn't give up and story continues in a long and interesting conversations between them during which he manages to gain her attention.
Tierra de Lobos is a western set in 19th century Spain. Translated as Land of Wolves, it's actually named after Anotonio Lobo, the wealthy landowner who controls and owns most of the land. ... See full summary »
Recently I've been really into Spanish series and movies and this one didn't disappoint me either. But this is probably because I particularly enjoy the fantasy stories. If you expect a realistic drama, about life in general this isn't your title. However, if you're like me fascinated by the imaginary world, than I think you'll love these series. It's not something that extraordinary - the story develops between the forces of angels, demons, fallen angels and other creatures. And there is everything - love story lines, family issues, friendship questions and lots more. But what I love about Spanish shows in general is that the episodes are longer than one hour and there are around 10 episodes in each season. Which means that there is a lot of things going on and it's almost impossible to get bored.
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