Netflix has dropped the trailer and set the global premiere date for Jaguar, the Spanish historical drama series from the creators of Cable Girls and High Seas.
Set in the 1960s, the series follows Isabel Garrido (Blanca Suárez, Cable Girls, The Boat, The Boarding School), a young woman who managed to survive the Mauthausen concentration camp during World War II. After the war, hundreds of Nazis fled to Spain to hide — and now Isabel is on the hunt for one of them: Bachmann, known as the most dangerous man in Europe. She will discover that she is not alone in her mission, and will unite with a group of agents in the search of justice. Her code name: Jaguar.
The eight-episode drama costars Iván Marcos (Cocaine Coast) as Lucena, Francesc Garrido (I Know Who You Are) as Marsé, Adrián Lastra (Velvet) as Sordo, and Óscar Casas (Instinto) as Castro.
A production of Bambú Producciones (Cable Girls), the series is co-created by Ramón Campos (High Seas) and Gema R. Neira (Velvet), who are also co-writers with David Orea (45 rpm), Salvador S. Molina (45 rpm), and Moises Gómez (Velvet Colección). The directors are Carlos Sedes (Grand Hotel) and Jacobo Martínez (Cocaine Coast).
Jaguar, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
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