Álex de la Iglesia to Direct New Netflix Miniseries
Álex de la Iglesia will be the director of the new Netflix miniseries. The Netflix catalog is continually renewed, and Spanish productions have found their place among the streaming giant’s subscribers.
New Spanish History Coming to Netflix
From the success of Money Heist or Elite to El inocento and Sagrada familia, Spanish series have consecrated an important place among viewers. In the coming months, a new history of this country will land on the platform, by the hand of director Álex de la Iglesia, who also participated in its creation. The question remains: when does it premiere?
Netflix Announces Revival of Canceled Series
Netflix gave in to the pressure and announced the third season of a series that it had canceled. A suspenseful and intriguing thriller based on a key moment in the recent history of Spain. This is how Netflix defined the new production through its Twitter profile.
Álex de la Iglesia’s Directorial Debut at Netflix
1992 will be the miniseries with which Álex de la Iglesia will debut as a director at the streaming giant. This comes after launching “30 coins” on the small screen through HBO Max.
An Investigation Unfolds in 1992
Amparo (played by Marian Álvarez) plunges into an investigation to find answers to the death of her husband in a strange explosion. She will have the help of Richi (played by Fernando Valdivielso), an ex-policeman who is addicted to alcohol. The duo will try to find out what happened while a wave of crimes stalk the city of Seville with the same pattern: the body of the victims appears burned next to a curro doll, the bird with the colored crest that consigned the iconic mascot of Expo 92 in the Andalusian city.
New Netflix Miniseries Cover Revealed
“Curro just wants to watch the world burn,” said Netflix along with the cover of the miniseries, which began filming in the Spanish city and will be released soon, although an exact date has not yet been defined. The rest of the main cast is made up of Paz Vega and Carlos Santos.
Úrsula Corberó’s Latest Production on Netflix
On September 8, the streaming giant will release its latest production in which Úrsula Corberó participated. Titled “El cuerpo en llamas,” Corberó stars alongside Quim Gutiérrez. She will also share the cast with a colleague from “La casa de papel,” José Manuel Poga, who played the evil César Gandía in the iconic assault on Netflix.
A Real-Life Case Inspires New Netflix Series
Albert López and Rosa Peral, two Barcelona Police officers, become the main suspects in an apparent homicide after the body of a man, also an agent Pedro Rodríguez, was found in the trunk of a car in the Foix swamp. This was a real case that happened in Spain in May 2017 and was resolved a week later by the Mossos d’Esquadra. The film was directed by Jorge Torregrossa and Laura Mañá and was inspired by the case known as “The crime of the Urban Guard,” which had friendship conflicts and a love triangle at its core. The production began filming in September 2022 and will premiere in the coming months on Netflix.