Club de Cuervos (Club of Crows)
When Chava (Luis Gerardo Méndez) and Isabel (Mariana Treviño)’s father dies, a power struggle begins between the siblings over his soccer team, Cuervos FC, in this comedy-drama hybrid. Although Chava inherits the team and becomes president, Isabel believes she’s better suited for the job and makes it her mission to replace him.
This thriller/teen drama may remind Spanish-speaking viewers of the hit 2004 telenovela Rebelde, which is also set in an exclusive private school. When three working-class teens earn scholarships to attend Las Encinas, the school’s wealthy upperclassmen aren’t particularly welcoming. Their rivalry ultimately leads to a murder and an intense investigation. If you grew up watching telenovelas, actress Danna Paola will look familiar. She stars as Lu Montesinos alongside actors Miguel Herrán, Jaime Lorente, and Ester Expósito.
Gran Hotel (Grand Hotel)
The Spanish historical drama takes place in 1906 during the reign of King Alfonso XIII. Filmed at the historic Magdalena Palace in Spain, the series focuses on the mysteries surrounding the Gran Hotel and how the lives of staff members have been affected by it. The show stars Spanish actors Adriana Ozores, Fele Martínez, and Pedro Alonso, among others.
Set in 1960s Barcelona, Spain, a woman named Helena finds herself in a predicament when her husband lands in jails and is in need of a lawyer. Without the necessary funds, Helena turns to heroin cartel leader Malpica, who’s in the middle of a drug turf war. Despite the danger, she’s determined to earn Malpica’s love and trust. But she may just discover that she’s meant for a different kind of life in the drug world. Before taking on this lead role, actress Adriana Ugarte starred in the hit Spanish-language movies Durante la tormenta and Palmeras en la nieve.
Actress Kate del Castillo stars in this fictional political drama as the First Lady of Mexico Emilia Urquiza. With her husband, President Diego Nava (Erik Hayser), in office, she hopes to improve conditions for Mexicans. Unfortunately, Emilia quickly loses faith in him and files for divorce. Deciding not to go down without a fight, Diego confronts Emilia in a hotel suite. The First Lady later wakes up with a pistol in her hand while Diego is pronounced dead after a major fall.
La Casa de Las Flores (House of Flowers)
This Mexican comedy drama brings together two families after Roberta Navarro’s death. Matriarch Virginia de la Mora Aguirre, portrayed by legendary Mexican actress Verónica Castro, discovers that her husband has had a longtime affair with Roberta, who owned a cabaret club bearing the same name as her prestigious floristry shop La Casa de Las Flores. Family dynamics drastically begin to shift as a result, impacting each individual throughout the show’s three seasons.
La Casa de Papel (Money Heist)
Originally intended to be a limited series, La Casa de Papel was such a success in Spain, Netflix acquired global streaming rights for the show. Most recently, the heist crime drama, which follows a professor plotting robberies of two major banks, was renewed for its fifth and final season. Fellows actors Miguel Herrán, Jaime Lorente, and María Pedraza from Elite reunited in this hit show.
La Reina del Flow (The Queen of Flow)
A mix between a telenovela and a musical, La Reina del Flow takes place in Medellin, Colombia with Yeimy Montoya at the center. The 17-year-old, played by actress María José Vargas Agudelo, joins the group Soul & Bass to compose reggaeton music. This decision, along with the death of her parents, propels her into a life of crime. Now, Yeimy is determined to get her revenge on those who once wronged her.
Las Chicas del Cable (Cable Girls)
Set in the 1920s, the Spanish period drama follows the lives of four young women who begin working at a telephone company for different reasons. The opportunity allows the female protagonists — played by actresses Ana Fernández, Nadia de Santiago, Blanca Suárez, and Maggie Civantos — to earn a decent pay and gain independence. Still, they struggle with the hardships of being women in the male-dominated society of Spain.
Las Muñecas de La Mafia (The Mafia Dolls)
Luis Miguel, La Serie (Luis Miguel: The Series)
Mexican singer Luis Miguel rose to fame when he was only 11 years old. Today, at the age of 50, he’s known as “The Sun of Mexico,” continuing to perform hit songs in a variety of musical styles including pop, jazz, tango, and mariachi. Actor Diego Boneta portrays the iconic artist who dealt with far more than his fans witnessed on stage.
Made in Mexico
Ever wondered about the lives of Mexico’s rich and famous? Made in Mexico gives you a sneak peek into the world of eight young socialites living extravagantly in Mexico City, albeit with their own share of personal drama. The first season only has eight episodes, so it’s guaranteed to be a quick, entertaining watch. Mexican TV personalities Shanik Aspe, Chantal Trujillo, Carlos Girón Longoria, and Pepe Díaz all star on the show.
¡Nailed it! México
If you can’t get enough of The Great British Bake Off, you’ll want to tune in to the Mexican version of Nailed It! Amateur bakers from across Mexico compete to replicate beautiful, intricate cakes for a grand prize of 200,000 pesos or $10,000. Hosted by actor Omar Chaparro and renowned pastry chef Anna Ruiz, the show will have you laughing from the start and, perhaps, inspire you to make your own creation.
Based on Elísabet Benavent‘s novels, Valeria tells the story of a group of four friends who lean on each for support. At the center of it all is writer Valeria, played by Diana Gómez, who feels like she’s lacking in her work and marriage. The first season premiered in May 2020 with eight episodes — only a month later, Netflix renewed the comedy drama.
Oscuro Deseo (Dark Desire)
Rebelde fans will instantly recognize actress Maite Perroni as law school professor Alama Solares. This Mexican thriller drama takes off when she begins an affair with Dario, one of her college students played by actor Alejandro Speitzer. But her desire for passion ends in tragedy and makes her question her whole world.
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