The series, created by and starring the up-and-coming Abril Zamora, is produced by Mandarina for WarnerMedia.
HBO Spain announced it completed filming for Todo lo otro, a series announced in December as its sixth original production and that will premiere in the second half of 2021 as a Max Original on HBO Max.
The series is written, directed and starred by the emerging Abril Zamora (Ladies of the hAMPA) and is about a group of thirty-somethings from Madrid trapped in lives that were not the ones they dreamed of.
It will have eight thirty-minute episodes.
Abril Zamora is recognized for her work as an actress in the series Vis a vis and El desorden que dejas and the film La vida por delante, along with Sofia Loren.
Zamora is also the co-creator of Señoras del hAMPA, a series for which she wrote the scripts for the entire first season with Carlos del Hoyo and in which she has directed some of them.
Furthermore, she has written several episodes of Elite.
The eight-part, thirty-minute series, a tangerine production for WarnerMedia, is scheduled to premiere in the second half of 2021 on HBO Max.
The series is a Mandarina production through its subsidiary Campanilla Films.
Miguel Salvat, Steve Matthews and Antony Root are executive producers. Santi Botello is executive producer for Campanilla.
Dafne (Abril Zamora) has a bad job, her boyfriend just left her and to top it off she is going to discover that she is terribly in love with her best friend, an unmotivated Asturian played by Juan Blanco. David Matarín, Nuria Herrero, Andrea Guasch, María Maroto, Bea de la Cruz, Marta Belenguer, Pepe Lorente and Raúl Mérida complete the main cast, which also includes Miguel Bernardeau and Alberto Casado.