‘Heridas’, the new original series by ATRESMEDIA TV for Antena 3’s prime time, will be released exclusively in ATRESplayer PREMIUM next April 17.  This fiction, that also releases the official trailer, is based on the Japanese series ‘Mother’ and the latter Turkish remake with a big international success.

The cast of the new Antena 3 series is led by Adriana Ugarte, Cosette Silguero and María León, who perform the main roles of the story. By their side, the rest of the cast includes Javier Collado, Elisabet Gelabert, Sonia Almarcha, Pau Durá, Xoán Fórneas and Iván Marcos, among others.

‘Heridas’ is a powerful drama that addresses child neglect and the search for one’s own identity through the present and past experiences of its protagonists. It will consist of 13 episodes that last 50 minutes each. The shooting took place in spectacular locations, both indoor and outdoor, in Cádiz, Tarifa, Cabo de Gata, Madrid, Guadalajara and Toledo.

‘Heridas’, that premiered in the 25th Malaga Film Festival, is a production by Atresmedia TV in collaboration with Buendía Estudios.

Montse García, Sonia Martínez and Eduardo Galdo are the executive producers of this new fiction of the SERIESATRESMEDIA brand. Lucía Alonso-Allende is executive co-producer. ‘Heridas’ will be directed by Tito López Amado and Juanma PachónPepe Ripoll y Xavi Guallar are Production Directors, while Juan León oversees the casting.

The team of screenwriters is formed by Eduardo Galdo, Lele Portas, Marco T. Socorro, Joana Ortueta, Humberto Ortega and Natalia García-Prieto. Leading the cinematography team are Johnny Yebra and Juan Molina. The Art Director is Jorge de SotoBubi Escobar is the Costume Designer and Pablo Cervantes oversees the music.

This is ‘Heridas’

Manuela is a young woman who lives by herself in a cabin where she studies the wetlands in Andalusia. At 28, her life revolves around birds, those that live there and those that are just passing by like her.

Alba lives a few kilometres away, she’s a 7-year-old girl who never has someone to make breakfast for her. Her mother, Yolanda, works at night as pole dancer and sleeps during the day. Her mother’s boyfriend, Lucho, is not willing to take care of a girl who is not his. The house is a turmoil of objects and schedules. Alba goes to school by any means, although many times she hasn’t eaten anything that day.

When Manuela meets little Alba, they will start a journey that will force Manuela to face the demons of her past and to question the backbones of her life.