The International Emmy® award-winning series comes to its fourth and final season. A tormented man living the double life of a criminal and a family man, SR. ÁVILA is a very complex ... See full summary »
This is the story of Arenas, a hypnotist who can put people into a trance and make them reveal their innermost secrets. He is a man of mystery, lonely and isolated, who suffers from ... See full summary »
Miguel (Juan Minujin), a former Argentinian cop, is sent by a judge to get into a prison in order to find the kidnapper of his daughter as a result of a favor. Once in there, he changes his... See full summary »
Matías Franco is a lobbyist, a "manager of interests" in favor of individuals, companies and corporations. His job is to intercede, influence and pressure his contacts in power to realize very profitable business for their clients.
Rodrigo De la Serna,
A series of logic-defying homicides reunite detectives Renzo Marquez and Marina Segal and leads them on a quest to stop a killer whose modus operandi is to replicate previous slayings as if they were works of art and capture them for posterity in photo sequences. This time, death lies close at hand and will nip at their heels to become entangled with their stories and secrets. Hidden relationships will be revealed and surprises will unfold at every turn. Aided by a mysterious psychiatric patient, XL, who cannot communicate with the outside world but is able to anticipate the killings and provide the names of the next victims, the detectives embark on a race against a fate that has already been written. One detective's keen sense of smell and a data collector's memory will help the detectives uncover the hidden facets that determine what lies ahead, even as they face their own ghosts and fight against a pre-determined future. In their race against time, the detectives face an enemy who...Written by
HBO Latin America
[to Renzo, on the phone, after Renzo broke Bruno's plan to kill Feldman]
... and let me tell you something: I'm not only going to get rid of Feldman, but also the next job will be a double one. And I assure you, it's going to hurt you *big* time!
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I have to say that I am loving the series in terms of subject matter and the idea.....but I am disappointed that (probably to become an HBO production) they made the actors change their Argentinean accent to a generic accent thinking that people from other nationalities would understand and identify with the series better. I think that that was such a bad idea not only because the actors seem forced when trying to talk like the regular "Jose Perez," but also because it seems ridiculous to me that a series that clearly takes place in Buenos Aires pretends that people from there speak with another type of accent that they don't. That makes the series unreal. I find it unfortunate that HBO which is a Hollywood-independent, great production company wants to "Hollywicize" itself and make people think that all Latins talk alike, think alike, act alike and have the same accents!!!! Argentienans have made such great productions, movies, series, etc...they should not change their accents/ways just to please a bunch of Americans that don't understand the culture.
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