Abogadas, a new Movistar+ Original

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by @todotvnews the 12/04/2019
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According to the Spanish press, the platform is said to have green lit a series from Mod Producciones, which is based on the real-life story of a survivor to the 1997 Antocha Massacre in Madrid. 

Strong in aim to produce original content, and driven by the recognition gathered with series like Déjate llevar in Canneseries, Movistar has given the green light to a new project.

According to Fotogramas, Mod Producciones is developing a series based on the real story of Lola González Ruiz, a lawyer who survived the massacre that took place in the law office located at Antocha 55 in Madrid during 1977.

The show is based on an idea by Marta Sánchez and Patricia Ferreira, who also wrote the project. The director and cast have not yet been announced.

The new show joins the large list of original series Movistar has yet to release: Instinto, Hierro, Déjate llevar, Dime quién soy, El corridor de la muerte, La línea invisible, Merlí: Sapere Aude, Paraíso and the new seasons of Arde Madrid, The Plague and Mira lo que has hecho.

According to the news, Abogados will begin in Madrid during the 60s, where the protagonist started to study law. She was a militant for the Popular Liberation Front and, in 1969, the Francoist Social-Political Brigade arrested and murdered her boyfriend, Enrique Ruano.

Back in Santander, she joins a group of young lawyers that vowed to defend the rights of those most in need as part of one of the first labor law firms in Spain.

On January 24, 1977, the office was attacked by five right-wingers, who killed five people, including Lola's husband, Javier Sauquillo, who died in her arms during the massacre.

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