Starzplay, Starz’s premium international streaming service, has unveiled the first slate of international core production consisting of four series from Spain and Mexico, with an initial bet on the bright Spanish language market.
The titles will all be made available throughout the footprint of the service in Latin America. Selected titles will debut in Spain and the United States, respectively, in Starz and Lionsgate-backed Latinx content streamers in Pantaya, Starz announced Monday.
As a sign of Starzplay’s ambition, the service has partnered with some of the world’s top Spanish-speaking talents and players, including “Lock Up” Sharuna’s Ivan Escobar and Argentina’s Lucia Puezzo, “La Joria”, and Spain’s Banshu Production (“Velvet”). Girls “), Spain’s MediaPro Studio (” The Head, “” The Young Pope “), London-based Fremantle, Chile’s Fabula (” A Fantastic Woman, “” El President “), and Pantaya itself, a joint Stars parent group Lionsgate and Hemisf. Initiative.
After “La Joria,” Fremantle and Fabula, who have a multi-year production-distribution deal, will once again join forces with Pune boarding as a sleeper in the dark time-honored thriller “Seorita Mexico” scheduled for a training camp. For the country’s Miss Mexico beauty pageant where the summary is run, the contestant is not just to win but to bring the final pageant to life. Fremantle manages worldwide distribution.
Bamboo and La Calcota in Spain will produce “Nacho Vidal, an Industry XXLSL”, its most compelling and intelligent star, changing the rules of the game in the 1990s, turning one of Nacho Vidal into one of the internationals whose adult film industry explores an superstar. There was always big ambition.
Produced by The MediaPro Studio, “Express” marks the latest show by longtime author and showburner Evan Escobar of the Spanish international breakout series “Locked Up”, who has set up a crime thriller here where the only crime spread is crime Express hijacking. The series is produced by MediaPro Studios’ Laura Fernandez Espeso, Javier Mendez, Javier Ponce and Escobar.
Jessa Robals, a partner of the Atetera Group, will form a team with Spiral Intel., Pantaya and Fremantle, “Toda La Sagre”, a thriller based on the popular crime novel by Mexican author Bernardo Esquire, which ran into a series. The assassination was carried out as if the Aztecs were sacrificing. “Toda La Sangre” will be available on Starzplay in Latin America. Fremantle once again conducts worldwide distribution.