The first original Orange series, which premieres this Friday, July 10, already has a second season “practically designed.”
Next Friday, July 10, Orange TV will premiere in Spain Caminantes, which will become its first original series in the country. And, even without knowing how it will be received, José Antonio Pérez Ledo, its creator, is already working on a second season.
Pérez Ledo revealed this Tuesday during the virtual launch of the series that, in fact, he not only has a followup story in mind for Caminantes, but that it is “practically designed.”
Koldo Serra, director of all eight episodes of the series, added that the premise for the second season is “brutal.”
Produced by 100 Balas (The Mediapro Studio) and Orange, Caminantes is a horror series set on the Camino de Santiago in Spain.
The series was filmed with mobile phones and narrated in “found footage” format. Despite the recording technique, it is a premium series.
And although its end is closed, the story leaves several doors open for its continuation.
During the virtual event organized by The Mediapro Studio, it was also confirmed that international sales will be led by The Mediapro Studio and that the series is already being negotiated with several international screens.
“The series has raised quite a bit of interest and curiosity in other territories. I know there are firm offers, but I don’t know exactly with whom,” explained Alejandro Flórez, CEO of 100 Balas (The Mediapro Studio).
“It is likely that in a few months some of the agreements can already be announced,” he added.
As detailed, the interest has been both for the finished series and its format.
Caminantes stars Daniel Ibáñez, Alexandra Pino, Carlos Suárez, Songa Park and Lucas Miramón.