Diego Armando Maradona, for many the best footballer in history, died in November 2020. Since then, the lights and shadows of a controversial character have been reviewed.
Now comes the new biographical series of Maradona, in production for several years. We will know his beginnings, his passage in the best European championships and also his media scandals.
Recall that he was prosecuted for g ender violence and sexual harassment, although it is not known if this will be portrayed in the series. Her death, on the other hand, we know she will appear in the second season.
That’s all you need to know so you don’t get lost Maradona: Blessed dream.
When is the Maradona: Blessed Dream series premiering?
Do not wait any longer for the new series on Maradona. Maradona: Blessed dream reached Amazon Prime Video this 29 october. We know that it will be composed of 10 episodes.
There are already plans for a second season, another 10 episodes. It is believed that this will be the end of the series, since it will end with the death of the former footballer.
Plot and cast of Maradona: Blessed Dream
You are probably wondering who was chosen to play Maradona. Argentinian actor Juan Palomino will play him as an adult, while Nazareno Casero and Nicolás Goldschmidt will play him as a young man and teenager respectively.
Claudia Villafañe, Maradona’s wife between 1989 and 2003 and with whom he had Dalma and Gianina, will also appear in the series. In this case, it will be interpreted by Julieta Cardinali (adult) and Laura Esquivel (young).
There will also be the footballer’s parents, Doña Tota and Don Diego, played by Mercedes Morán and Pepe Monje. When they are older, it will be Rita Cortese and Claudio Rissi who will play the role.
Guillermo Cóppola cannot be absent, representing Maradona for 18 years and with whom he ended badly. It will be interpreted by Leonardo Sbaraglia and Jean Pierre Noher at different times of his life.
As for the argument, we know that the first season will follow him from his childhood at Villa Fiorito and his debut at the Argentinos Juniors and then move on to his glorious stage with the national team and his stint in Naples.
They will also talk about her stormy adult scene, full of media scandals. The series will also feature his homage to La Bombonera in 2001 and his work as technical director at the World Cup in South Africa.
As we said before, his return to Argentina and his death in 2020 will only be discussed from the second season.
Where to see Maradona: Blessed Dream?
You may have noticed that we have already said where the series can be seen: Amazon Prime Video. In Europe, you can access the platform for free if you are subscribed to Amazon Prime, at the price of $ 36 per month.
The service is also available in Mexico. If you are in a Latin American country where it is not yet available, you can subscribe to Amazon Prime Video from Mexico (or any other country) and enjoy the series.
If you are in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru or the Dominican Republic, know that you can pay for the subscription with your local currency.
We believe that you should not have any problems accessing the platform from your country, but to ensure that you do not encounter any limitations due to geolocation, we recommend that you install a VPN connection.
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Maradona Trailer: Blessed Dream
The first official trailer for Maradona: Blessed dream was released to the public on August 26, which you can see below: