DARLINGS, PAQUITA SALAS RETURNS TO NETFLIX
The production of the third season of the series begins
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Madrid - Last Saturday Netflix began production on the third season of Paquita Salas in Madrid. The most beloved talent rep in the industry will come back to hunt new talents on the next season of the series created, written and directed by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo.
This season will have 6 episodes that will see the return of the main cast of the show: Brays Efe (Paquita Salas), Belén Cuesta (Magüi), Lidia San José (as Lidia San José), Anna Castillo (Belén de Lucas), Álex de Lucas (Álex) and Yolanda Ramos (Noemí Argüelles); and also a few new faces and some star cameos.
Paquita has said: “Darlings, the bravest bull is back in the bullring. I’ve had it up to here with a calmed life, I like trouble. I will shake the business, ‘La Paca’ is going for all.’’
Paquita Salas is produced by Apache Films for Netflix and the third season will premiere globally in 2019.
After dismantling her talent agency, Paquita decides to come back from retirement launching a more modest agency, (or, as she would say, more “gourmet’’). Back into business, Paquita will be challenged to face the world of influencers and short films. Both, she and all the other characters will realize how difficult it is to reinvent yourself.
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Apache Films has produced over 50 films and series, 3 of them are among the top 10 box office successes in Spain. Last year Apache Films premiered 3 films and 2 series, including the second season of Paquita Salas for Netflix, directed by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, which went on to win an “Ondas Award” for Best Fiction webseries or online broadcast show. It also premiered the films “Quién te Cantará” by Carlos Vermut, “Tu hijo” by Miguel Ángel Vivas, also in collaboration with Netflix. The short film Mother, directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen and produced by Apache Films earned an Academy Award nomination. This year, Apache Films will premiere a new season of Paquita Salas on Netflix, as well as the film Adiós, Los Europeos and the series Vergüenza.
March 15, 2019 5:00am ET by Netflix