Edha, the first original series for Netflix in Argentina created, directed and produced in collaboration with renowned director Daniel Burman, is set to premiere to audiences worldwide on March 16.
After streaming giant Netflix announced last year the production of Edha, its first ever original series in Argentina created, directed and produced in collaboration with renowned director Daniel Burman, the fiction series is ready to debut.
According to a press release from Netflix, the show is set to premiere to audiences worldwide on March 16.
The 10-episode suspense drama that takes place in the fashion industry will immerse viewers into the life of Edha, a young, successful fashion designer and single mother who is at a crossroads that could change her life forever when the hidden plans of Teo, her model and muse, come to light.
Edha stars a diverse ensemble cast of national and international actors including Juana Viale (Mariel Espera, Malparida); Andrés Velencoso (Fin, Summer Camp); Pablo Echarri (El Elegido, Papeles en el Viento); Osmar Núñez (Relatos Salvajes); Antonio Birabent (Quiero Vivir A Tu Lado, Supermax); Flavio Mendoza (Stravaganza); Sofía Castiglione (El Resultado del Amor); Inés Estévez (Guapas, Mujeres Asesinas); Julieta Zylberberg (Relatos Salvajes, La Mirada Invisible); Delfina Chaves (Love After Love); Juan Pablo Geretto (Los Vecinos en Guerra, Supermax); Daniel Pacheco (El Marginal); Ana Celentano (La Casa del Mar) and Dennis Smith (Casados Sin Hijos).
The show was shot in Buenos Aires with the collaboration of renowned Argentine designers and produced by Daniel Burman, co-produced by Silvina Chaine and written by Mario Segade and Virginia Martínez, as well as Fernando Castets, Marta Betoldi and Daniel Cúparo.
More Series for 2018
In addition to Edha, which is the first to premiere, Netflix announced by the end of 2017 that it has three more originals on the way for the Latin American country, which will also premiere in 2018.
Titles include Go! Vive tu aventura - produced by Kuarzo Entertainment Argentina and Onceloops-, Fangio: El hombre que domaba las máquinas - produced by Cinema7- and Boca Juniors: La pretemporada - also produced by Cinema 7.
These new projects are joined by the launch - also in 2018 - of six comedy specials by some of the best Argentine performers and original feature film The Pope, which will tell a story of opposing visions from the two most powerful men in the church.