Telefe to premiere Sandro de América and prepare new series from Love After Love writers, The Rich and Lazarus soars among US Hispanic audiences, Dark among Chile's most demanded content, Fatmagul proves that Turkish dramas can work in Spain, and more.
New Telefe Biopic, Sandro de América, set to premiere. Juan Parodi, president of The Magic Eye, spoke to ttvnews about the ambitious new series based on the life of Argentine singer Sandro, which has already been sold in almost every country in the region and will premiere on the Argentine network in March. The series is distributed internationally by Telefe and Telefilms
After the local and international success of Love after Love, Telefe is already preparing a new series from the show's creators Erika Halvorsen and Gonzalo Demaría. In Argentina the show was the leading broadcast with an overall average of 12.1 rating points.
The Rich and Lazarus soars among US Hispanic audiences. Since its premiere on Univision, the Record TV epic drama has become a favorite among Hispanic audiences in the US, dominating prime time among Spanish-language programs, along with Papá a toda madre. The drama out-delivered its closest Spanish-language competitor with double-digit advantages among Total Viewers 2+
Dark, Netflix's first German original, is among Chile's most demanded content. The platform's most-watched non-English series and its first German original, made it to the top 3 of Chile's most-demanded digital series ranking in the week of January 8-14, according to Parrot Analytics. The series reached 830,000 Average Demand Expressions in third place behind Stranger Things and Black Mirror.
Fatmagul is living proof that Turkish dramas can work in Spain. More than 20 days after its premiere in Spain, Turkish telenovela Fatmagul has already landed several rating hits on Nova, showing that the genre that took the world by storm can also work well in the country. The premiere was followed by 500.000 people and reached a 2.9% share. It currently receives 700.000 viewers and 4% share.