Mentiras, the original Atresmedia TV series, will premiere exclusively on ATRESplayer Premium before it does on Antena 3.
Atresmedia Televisión announced its original series Mentiras, the adaptation of British series Liar by All3Media, will premiere exclusively on ATRESplayer Premium ahead of its broadcast TV debut on Antena 3.
Thus, subscribers to the Atresmedia payment platform will be able to enjoy, without advertising and before its TV broadcast, the series starring Javier Rey and Ángela Cremonte, and produced by Atresmedia Studios.
Curro Novallas and Sonia Martínez are the executive producers of the new fiction from the Series Atresmedia label, made up of six 50-minute episodes.
The fiction is directed by Norberto López Amado and Curro Novallas.
Marina Velázquez, Javier San Román, Tatiana Rodríguez and Camino López are in charge of the script for Mentiras, coordinated by Curro Novallas. Juana Jiménez is the director of photography for this new Antena 3 series. Sara Natividad and Yolanda Moreno are in charge of the Art direction.
Madrid and Mallorca have hosted the filming of this series that has been carried out entirely in real locations, as is the hallmark of the productions of the Series Atresmedia label.
AFTER THE SUCCESS OF LIAR
Mentiras is the adaptation of one of the latest phenomena on British TV, Liar, a thriller created by Harry Williams and Jack Williams and co-produced by ITV and SundanceTV.
Released in September 2017, the six episodes of Liar were followed by 9 million viewers per episode.
In the Spanish version, the series will star Javier Rey and Ángela Cremonte with Manuela Velasco, Miquel Fernández, Víctor Dupla, Itziar Atienza, Paco Tous, Susi Sánchez, Eva Llorach, Óscar Ortuño, Sofia Oria, Khaled Kouka, Clara Segura, Alejandra Lorente, Rubén de Eguía, Fran Cantos, Agnes Llobet, Jorge Kent, Sara Moraleda, Pedro Freijeiro and Rodrigo Sáenz de Heredia.
Laura Munar, a literature teacher at an institute in Palma de Mallorca and recently separated from Iván, her boyfriend of a lifetime, stays one night for dinner with Xavier Vera, a renowned surgeon on the island and father of one of her students. The next morning, Laura wakes up alone in her bed with nausea and a great void in her memory. What starts as physical discomfort soon turns into a terrible suspicion: Xavier has drugged and raped her.
With the help of her sister Cata, who works as an anesthetist in the same hospital as Xavier, Laura goes to the police to report Vera for rape. Inspectors Daniela Bauzá and Víctor Silva are in charge of the investigation. The absence of other more conclusive evidence makes the case narrow down to a question of who to believe: the respectable surgeon who says they had a consensual relationship, or the high school teacher with a history of complaints of harassment and psychological disorders.
Frustrated by the inability of the judicial system to lock up her rapist, Laura undertakes all kinds of actions on her own against Xavier Vera. The duel between Laura and Xavier will increase in intensity until taking them to extreme situations that put their respective lives at risk.