HBO Max announced today the US premiere date for the Spanish series Veneno, and released the official trailer and key art.
Created and directed by the team of Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrosi (Paquita Salas), Veneno is a biographical drama about Cristina Ortiz, aka La Veneno — the most beloved transgender icon of the ’90s.
To commemorate Transgender Awareness Week (November 13-19) as well as Transgender Day of Remembrance (November 20), HBO Max exclusively premieres Veneno in the US on Thursday, November 19.
Based on the memoir Not A Whore, Not A Saint: The Memories of La Veneno by Valeria Vargas, the eight-part drama follows Valeria (Lola Rodríguez), a young journalism student who discovers she has more in common with La Veneno than she thought. Although the two women were born in very different times, their stories become intertwined when Valeria writes a book about La Veneno (played by Daniela Santiago and Isabel Torres). Through learning more about her, Valeria discovers her chosen family, how to love herself, and the impact of mass media in the life of an enigmatic entertainer.
A co-production between Atresmedia Studios, Suma Latina, and HBO Max, Veneno costars Paca la Piraña, Goya Toledo (Amores Perros), Ester Exposito (Elite), Jedet Sánchez (Paquita Salas), and Lola Dueñas (Volver).
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