Produced by Argos Comunicación, the series follows a group of wealthy and rebelious young people who get into the drug dealing business and what was once a simple game becomes a nightmare.

A new original Mexican series is premiering on Netflix. El club, created by Camila Ibarra, will make its debut on the platform this Friday, November 15.

The story revolves around a group of rich and misfit young people who decide to sell MDMA in Mexico City. However, what looked like a simple game becomes a deadly trap full of narcos and police.

The cast of El club is composed by Alejandro Speitzer, Minnie West, Jorge Caballero, Ana González Bello, Axel Arenas, Arcelia Ramírez, Omar Germenos, Anna Ciocchetti, Aurora Gil, Martha Julia, Alejandro Puente, Estrella Solís, Martín Saracho, Sofía de Llaca and Marco Tostado.

The series is produced by Argos Communication, producer responsible for the Netflix series Ingobernable and Yankee; and the creator of future series Justiciera and El Jefe.

El club was one of the original series announced by Netflix earlier this year in the first Mexican edition of its original FORO event, where it revealed more than 50 projects in Mexico for 2019 and 2020.