César is a successful lawyer based in Marbella, the world capital of the mafia. Handsome, rich, hedonistic, selfish, ambitious, obsessed with social media... he knows that to maintain his status, he has to be the best in the courts and the man everyone knows at the wild Marbella parties, where numerous criminal groups operating on the Costa del Sol do business.
César is very clear that, to avoid problems in life, one must be friends with everyone and never cross certain lines. But when he least expects it, he discovers that he is in the eye of the storm and who needs a lawyer to save him is precisely himself.
The Werk Room of 'Drag Race España' is reopening its doors. However, it will do so in a very special way. Those who enter already know this runway, but the competition has new rules.
This time, the queens are not unknown to the public. 'Drag Race España: All Stars' seeks the best among the best. After their participation in the first three editions of 'Drag Race España,' the following return: Drag Sethlas (T2), Hornella Góngora (T3), Juriji Der Klee (T2), Onyx Unleashed (T2), Pakita (T3), Pink Chadora (T3), Pupi Poisson (T1), Sagittaria (T1), and Samantha Ballentines (T2).
Carmina Somarriba (Adriana Ozores) and Emilio Somarriba (Luis Bermejo) are the heirs of Grupo Galgo, a family-owned company specializing in pastries, chocolates, and children's food. The crisis in the industry, the imminent arrival of sugar-related regulations, and Emilio's lack of leadership, who has been the president of Galgo since his father's death, contribute to the company's challenging times. Gonzalo Díaz (Oscar Martínez), Carmina's husband, after many years working alongside Emilio, has his own plans for the company. However, a sudden and unexpected decision by Carmina triggers a family and business earthquake that will also affect their children: Blanca (Patricia López Arnáiz), Guzmán (Marcel Borràs), Jimena (María Pedraza), and Julián (Jorge Usón). The struggle for power will drive them apart, and Carmina will have to choose between saving the company or her family.
Someone decides to take their own life by jumping from the top of a building. Who was this person? Why did they do it? Could it have been prevented? This is how 'La caja de arena' (The Sandbox) begins, a series about school bullying that, over its six episodes, unravels the weeks leading up to this tragic event. It's a complex puzzle that comes together through six different perspectives, those of each of the young people involved. It's a shocking, heart-wrenching story, but one that leaves room for hope by reminding us that school bullying is everyone's concern.
'Y ahora, Sonsoles' is a program with its own voice. Sonsoles Ónega leads a wide range of collaborators including journalists, writers, businessmen, specialists in social chronicles, events, or those who come from the world of philosophy or law. All of them form a team that mixes experience and freshness, seeking to renew the usual faces and bringing new faces to television.
Berta and Jose Ramón try to live their lives to the best of their ability. Their emotions, hopes, and passions are muted by the noise of everyday life. But there they are. The noise that surrounds Berta and José Ramón is caused by his in-laws, always present; Berta's sister, the family favorite; José Ramón's mother, a free but exhausting soul; the neighbor, a despicable being, but who lives wall to wall; those of the nursery where Berta works; the security guards, Jose Ramón's co-workers; those of the bar; the neighbors; the friends of the in-laws; sister-in-law's friends; friends of friends… A lot of noise. Too much. If they could turn it off…
Between 1954 and 1966, in a desert area of Fuerteventura, there was a Francoist concentration camp known by the euphemistic name of Colonia Agrícola Penitenciaria de Tefía, one of many places where the regime sent those condemned by the law as vagrants and thugs who, from 54, it was implemented to also include homosexuals.
In the year 2004 Airam Betancor, one of those homosexual prisoners, is forced to remember the seventeen months of forced labor that he suffered in the colony when he was barely twenty years old. The investigations of a documentary filmmaker trying to give voice to the silent history of the penal colony force Airam to undertake a painful memory exercise that will cause many problems in his life. The sleepy memory of the terrible life in the colony is mixed with the stories that one of his barrack mates improvised at night to alleviate his misery. Charli, the fantastic storyteller, invented El Tindaya for all of them, a dazzling music hall where each one has her alter ego. A space of freedom in which, as her welcome theme says, the limit of the possible bursts when imagining.
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