Where and how to watch ‘Marbella’, Hugo Silva’s new series between bands on the Costa del Sol

Where and how to watch ‘Marbella’, Hugo Silva’s new series between bands on the Costa del Sol
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The shadowy side of the Costa del Sol has become a source of inspiration for audiovisuals in Spain. Last year, Amazon Prime Video premiered the series The Farads, starring Miguel Herrán, about arms trafficking in Marbella. Just months apart, it hit theaters The mail, with Arón Piper, María Pedraza and Luis Tosar, focused on the black money that flows through the province of Malaga. And, throughout 2024, we will see Eva and Nicolewith Belén Rueda and, again, eighties Marbella as a backdrop.

By then, one more series about Marbella will be available. Its title, precisely, Marbella. Starring Hugo Silva, this six-episode fiction will tell the story of a famous lawyer who falls under the orders of the local mafia. Organized crime dominates the city: arms trafficking, drug trafficking, murders, money laundering… And the character of Hugo Silva, like a traditional Saul Goodmanyou will have to make sure that nothing your clients do attracts the attention of the police.

Hugo Silva in ‘Marbella’
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Where to see ‘Marbella’?

Marbella is incorporated into the catalog of Movistar Plus+ the next May 2. Its chapters will be broadcast weekly every Thursday, so the last one will arrive on the platform on June 6.

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Who acts in ‘Marbella’?

In addition to Hugo Silvathis series has in its cast Elvira Minguez (The invisible guardian), Eivaut Rischen (The mark of the demon) and the debutante Alessandra Sironi. It is directed by Dani de la Torre (The unknown and Unit) and one of its scriptwriters is Nacho Carreterowho wrote the book on which the series was based Farina.

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