To premiere Disney + Besos al aire, the first Spanish miniseries

To premiere Disney + Besos al aire, the first Spanish miniseries (AP)

Disney + Besos al aire, the first Spanish miniseries, will premiere | AP

The platform Disney + It will premiere “Besos al aire”, the platform’s first Spanish miniseries with Paco León and Leonor Watling in a romantic comedy, and Mediaset and Alea Media are behind this production.

Disney + has already announced which will be its first original fiction bet in Spain and it is about “Air kisses“, a two-episode miniseries starring Paco León and Leonor Watling and produced by Mediaset España, will be seen within its new entertainment brand for older audiences, Star.

It seems that March will be the month in which we can see this romantic comedy, not without drama and conflict, which tells eight stories crossed with confinement as a backdrop and love as the main claim of the function.

In it are Aitor Gabilondo (Patria) as executive producer, Iñaki Mercero (The time between seams) as director and Darío Madrona (Elite) as screenwriter are the main claims behind the cameras behind this tribute to optimism, love and people who have looked after the health and needs of everyone during confinement.

The rest of the names that complete the cast is extremely spectacular, as there are María León, Mariam Hernández, David Castillo, Nuria Herrero, Nancho Novo, Gracia Olayo, Zoe Stein, Gloria Muñoz, José Ángel Egido, Pau Durá, Jaime Olías, Loreto Mauleón and Ruth Díaz, among others.

It is worth mentioning that the Disney + platform will launch Star within the Disney + app today and to ensure that the platform remains appropriate for the audience of all ages and the experience that parents expect, parental controls will allow for differentiation of entertainment offering based on content rating across the streaming service, in addition to offering the possibility of adding a PIN to block access by profiles to certain content.

At your shareholders’ meeting last December, Disney + announced the launch in February 2021 of Star, the new brand for Europe of its streaming platform that will include in the current subscription the series and movies with more adult content, those that had no place in its original catalog, intended for family audiences.

Star, which in general terms will be the version of Hulu for Europe, will arrive today and Disney + has already confirmed some of the titles with which it will launch.

The first originals to land exclusively are Big Sky, a series created by David E. Kelly (Big Little Lies, The Undoing), a thriller that follows private detectives Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury, Pitch) and Cody Hoyt (Ryan Philiippe, Cruel Intentions) who team up with ex-cop Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick, Vikings), in the search for two teenagers who were abducted by a truck driver on a remote Montana highway.

We will also receive Love, Víctor, the series set in the universe of the film Con amor, Simón, which premiered in summer on Hulu and was still unreleased in Spain.

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The other titles with which Star will be launched are Desperate Housewives, Lost, 24, The X-Files, Prison Break or How I Met Your Mother, series of which it has not specified if they will become exclusively in its catalog, as if it will happen with Scandal, which is not currently available on demand.

The great novelty among the ABC titles that Star has announced could be Grey’s Anatomy, whose season 17, currently on air in the United States, has not yet been seen in our country.

It should be mentioned that this is a proposal similar to that of Hulu, also controlled today by The Walt Disney Company, but available internationally, unlike Hulu, the former platform of Fox and NBC, which until today is only accessible from the United States. United.

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