Heridas‘, the new series for the prime time of Antena 3, has just started its shooting, which will be extended during the coming months in spectacular locations, both exterior and interior of Cádiz, Tarifa, Cabo de Gata, Madrid, Guadalajara and Toledo. Based on the Japanese series ‘Mother’ and its subsequent turkish remake of great international success, ‘Heridas‘ will also be available on ATRESplayer PREMIUM.

The cast of the new series of Antena 3 is headed by Adriana Ugarte, Cosette Silguero and María León, who play the protagonists of the story. Along with them, the cast is completed by Javier Collado, Elisabet Gelabert, Sonia Almarcha, Pau Durá, Xoán Fórneas and Iván Marcos, among others.

 ‘Heridas’ is an intense drama that relates to the theme of child abandonment and the search for one’s identity through the present and past experiences of its two protagonists. It will have 13 chapters of 50 minutes each. It is a production of Atresmedia TV in collaboration with Buendía Estudios.

Montse García, Sonia Martínez and Eduardo Galdo are the executive producers of this new fiction from the SERIESATRESMEDIA label. Lucía Alonso-Allende is co-executive producer. ‘Heridas’ will be directed by Tito López Amado and Juanma Pachón. Pepe Ripoll and Xavi Guallar are the production directors, while Juan León is in charge of the casting.

The writing team consists of Eduardo Galdo, Lele Portas, Marco T. Socorro, Joana Ortueta, Humberto Ortega and Natalia García-Prieto. At the head of the direction of photography will be Johnny Yebra and Juan Molina. The art director is Jorge de Soto. Bubi Escobar is the head of Costumes and the music will be in charge of Pablo Cervantes.

This is ‘Heridas’

Manuela is a young woman who lives alone in a cabin where she studies the Andalusian wetlands. At the age of 28, her life revolves around birds, the ones living there and those that are passing through like her.

A few kilometers away lives Alba, a seven-year-old girl who never has anyone to make her breakfast. Her mother, Yolanda, works at night as a pole dancer and sleeps during the day. Her boyfriend, Lucho, will not take care of a girl who is not his own child. The house is a mess of objects and schedules. Alba, as she can, attends school, often with nothing in her stomach.

The day Manuela meets little Alba, she will start a journey that will force her to face the demons of her past and question the pillars of her life.