Soon HBO MAX arrives at Spain, The new Streaming service that replaces the current HBO Spanish in our country. The launch of this platform next October 26 is loaded with ads, and is just revealed that EN 2022 will premiere Garcia! , An original series series based on the graphic novel of Santiago García and Luis Bustos .
From HBO MAX has already been announced that it has finished the filming of this original series for the streaming platform, being one of the first original Spanish productions. Sara Antuña and Carlos de Pando are the creators and scriptwriters, with Eugenio Look Directing the six hour chapters that make up the season.
The series is ambient in a current fictitious Spain where Antonia , a young research journalist, discovers a conspiracy that has been wearing decades and focusing on a cryogenized superstree.
García is a perfect soldier that was created in a laboratory in the 1950s by Franco s secret services and has a superhuman force and a program that forces you to obey orders without questioning them.
When Antonia awakens him after six decades sleeping, García is in a very different Spain than he remembers. Both begin to work together when mixed in a political conspiracy that could end democracy and suppose a new dictator.
When I read the first episode of Garcia!, I really enjoyed himself by identifying in his ingredients so many elements that I have always liked, but it was the freshness that emanated the combination of the referents and the feeling of not having read something like that before what He fully conquered, explains director Eugenio.
Being able to play with such an original material, with such a rich universe and some characters who never stop growing as they try to make sense of the constant turns and revelations that encloses the plot, it is a great technical and artistic challenge. And a huge privilege .
Garcia! Comes with a deal headed by Francisco Ortiz (the CID) and Veki Velilla (anchored). They are also part of this Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Francisco Reyes, Nico Romero, Helio Pedregal, Mario Pardo, Miki Molina, Marina Gatell, Pepe Leisure and Silvia Abascal.