Today we have every reason to be lucky. From Applesfera we only received new details about the production of the European Apple TV + series, and the first to appear in the catalog will be no less a remake of the Spanish fiction series & # 39; Farmacia de Guardia & # 39;.
The series, directed by Antonio Mercero, was one of the great achievements of Spanish television in the 90s. It consisted of 169 episodes that were spread over 5 seasons and told the daily life of a neighboring pharmacy. The & # 39; Flacacia de Guardia & # 39; s used private channel Antena 3 for success and was one of its first mistakes.
If you are old enough, you will carefully remember your entry song and pharmacy setup. Most of the chapters are available on YouTube:
This new version of & # 39; Flacacia de Guardia & # 39; will be set in 2020, and will be available in the city of Madrid with the same characters as the original (though played by new players, of course). Its directors want to take all the challenges and hardships that pharmacists are in town now to survive.
The main role of Concha Cuetos, who owns the pharmacy, will be played by Yolanda Ramos (featured in the series as Paquita Salas). Antonio Resines will pay tribute to her ex-husband Adolfo Segura for the season Imanol Arias (protagonist of & # 39; Tell me how & # 39;) he will wake up officer Romerales.
It's going to be a series 100% produced in Spain, as well as the distribution of contenders to show that Apple has invested in many resources. It makes no sense that we're talking about signed characters in other catalogs to broadcast, and it shouldn't have been cheaper to take them to Apple. Unfortunately we do not yet have data for secondary players.
The news has not yet been officially announced, but we have been aware by our sources that Apple wants to put a good deal on the table for the Apple TV + to be considered a catalog to look at. If all goes well we should see Chapter One of this series November 2020, with a five season reality show set to be announced at key text next March.
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