Prófugos (2011– )
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The fugitives exchange hostages with Cacho Aguilera. However, when one of the parties does not get what was agreed upon, a war begins.
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Vicente Ferragut
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Óscar Salamanca
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Álvaro 'Tegui' Parraguez
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Mario Moreno
Claudia Di Girólamo ...
Kika Ferragut
Luis Dubó ...
Cacho Aguilera
Camila Hirane ...
Irma Salamanca
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Fabián Salgado
Héctor Morales ...
Iván Aguilera
Felipe Bianchi ...
Periodista TV
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El Buitre
Sergio Hernández ...
Jaime Jara
Victor Montero ...
Detective Ruiz
Paola Lattus
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The fugitives follow the trail of Cacho Aguilera, with whom they negotiate an exchange of Salamanca's daughter, Irma, and Aguilera's son, Iván. Irma is in the hands of the Buitre, a sadistic narco in Cacho's gang, who is abusing her. Tegui communicates with Inspector Oliva and lays a trap for him to prove that he has sold out to Cacho Aguilera's cartel. In prison, Kika Ferragut is transferred from her cell and, fearing for her life, tells her sons that time is running out. The exchange of the hostages is worked out to take place in the mountains; however, Iván dies before the handover and Marcos Oliva, who has been tipped off by Aguilera, informs his people of the presence of the fugitives in the area. In the end, Tegui turns the tables and the fugitives hand over Inspector Oliva, passing him off as Iván Aguilera, while managing to recover Irma, then once again they are on the lam.The bonds among the four fugitives begin to grow tighter. No one really trusts anyone else, but they all ... Written by HBO

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18 September 2011 (Chile)  »

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