TV Azteca Presents High-End Dramas at Natpe Miami

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by @todotvnews the 12/01/2018
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The Mexican giant will be present in Miami with a vast catalog led by the new dramas Las Malcriadas and Two Lakes, along with a slate of series with great international potential.

Present in Miami from January 16 through the 18 for a new edition of Natpe, TV Azteca will steal the spotlight with a catalog full of production with great international appeal.
 
Leading the Mexican giant’s offer is Las Malcriadas, a new drama recently premiered with great success on Azteca Trece and available for all of Latin America through Amazon Prime Video.
 
The story follows Laura, a young journalist who suffers the loss of her mother and among her personal belongings, finds evidence that leads her to believe she wasn’t her biological mother.
 
In addition, TV Azteca is presenting Two Lakes, the local adaptation of Lightfields, co-produced with 20th Century Fox and premiered on Azteca 7 in Mexico.
 
Two Lakes is a series that tells the story of three families who inhabit the same house in three different historical moments (1944, 1975 and 2015). Besides living in the same house, the three families "share" a chilling presence: the spirit of a girl who died strangely in 1944 and who will not rest until the mystery of her death is solved by the inhabitants of the house in Two Lakes
 
These new dramas are arriving at Natpe along with a varied catalog of productions, including the biopic El César, produced by Disney Media Distribution Latin America, TV and BTF Media, about the Mexican boxing legend, Julio César Chávez.
 
Other standout titles are the mystery series Desaparecida, the comedy 3 Familias, the series Nothing Personal and La Fiscal de Hierro, and the super series Entre correr y vivir.
 
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