The Spanish "Conquistador" Hernán Cortés arrives in the shores of what today is México and faces both local demons and those who've sailed with him.




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Series cast summary:
Ishbel Bautista ...  Marina 8 episodes, 2019
Michel Brown ...  Pedro de Alvarado 8 episodes, 2019
Víctor Clavijo ...  Cristóbal de Olid 8 episodes, 2019
Cristian Gamero Cristian Gamero ...  Jerónimo de Aguilar 8 episodes, 2019
Jorge Antonio Guerrero ...  Xicoténcatl 8 episodes, 2019
Óscar Jaenada ...  Hernán Cortés 8 episodes, 2019
Carlos Licea Carlos Licea ...  Tlahuicole 8 episodes, 2019
Victor Oliveira ...  Botello 8 episodes, 2019
Almagro San Miguel ...  Gonzalo de Sandoval 8 episodes, 2019
Miguel Ángel Amor Miguel Ángel Amor ...  Bernal Díaz del Castillo 7 episodes, 2019
Gabriel Come Gabriel Come ...  Sumo sacerdote 6 episodes, 2019
Jano Sanvicente ...  Salvatierra 6 episodes, 2019
Mabel Cadena ...  Doña Luisa / ... 5 episodes, 2019
Gabriela Cartol Gabriela Cartol ...  Acatlxouhqui 5 episodes, 2019
Dagoberto Gama ...  Moctezuma 5 episodes, 2019
Antonio Trejo Sánchez Antonio Trejo Sánchez ...  Cuitlahuac 5 episodes, 2019
Antonio Coronado Antonio Coronado ...  Soldado Sebastián 4 episodes, 2019
Ivan Varela Ivan Varela ...  Galeno de Cortes 4 episodes, 2019


The Spanish "Conquistador" Hernán Cortés arrives in the shores of what today is México and faces both local demons and those who've sailed with him.

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The Way it Was
27 November 2019 | by WylieJJordanSee all my reviews

I was impressed by the historical accuracy of 'Hernán' in spite of what I thought were too many flash-backs and flash-forwards. The series presents what I think is a balanced approach to the Conquest (or Invasion) of México. The Spaniards are neither heroes nor villains, but men in search of wealth, and the Mexica (not 'Aztecs', thank God) are neither savages nor victims, but men defending their homes against superior fire power. I particularly liked the appropriate use of the Nahuatl and Mayas languages in addition to Spanish, even though all three must have changed significantly in the last 500 years (about the same period of time that English has evolved from Shakespeare) NOTE: the word 'Aztec' was not used by anyone at the time of the Conquest, but came into use almost 300 years later, ina history of México published in Italy by a Franciscan who had be expelled from México.

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Spanish | Nahuatl | Maya

Release Date:

21 November 2019 (Mexico) See more »

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Dolby Digital (5.1)



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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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