Eight years after she vanished under strange circumstances, Paula Garcia (Elena Rivera) reappears, now 17, beautiful and enigmatic. Marcos Eguía (Jon Kortajarena), a young and ambitious ... See full summary »
Mary a successful lawyer based in Madrid is shocked to discover she is adopted. A search for her biological parents soon leads to a web of deceit and betrayal. She uncovers a human trafficking operation, which leads her down a dark path.
Miguel Ángel Muñoz
Justo Gil arrives as a migrant in the city, his great charisma will allow him to socialize with the youngsters from the gauche divine but an unexpected turn of events makes him become an informer for the Franco political police.
Gigantes is a story of fraternal love and hate. Family, drug dealing and police chases in Madrid's Gypsy underground world. The Guerrero brothers have controlled drug dealing between the ... See full summary »
An Intelligence Agent is sent to El Principe, on the border with Morocco, to investigate a possible police collaboration with a terrorist cell but finds unexpected love in the least suitable person: a drug baron's sister.
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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 »
I saw this by accident, thanks to a sleepless night. I like the main actor as I had seen him in the wonderful Isla Minima and, being a lover of cop shows, gave it a go. Well, I didn't read the plot summary properly so had no idea what to expect and absolutely loved it. A tad ridiculous in places but clearly having fun with the idea. It kind of reminds me of Randal and Hopkirk in places but the story is very well done and the characters are oddly believable, so far. The only thing that annoys me is the insistence on Spanish TV of giving a visual summary of the story from the previous episode and at the end of the next episode which completely spoils the story. Which is why I never watch Spanish TV live, except the news or sport. A big pat on the back for the makers of this program though. Let's hope they don't ruin it. Way better than Money Heist.
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