‘Galgos’ is an original Movistar Plus+ series produced by Buendía Estudios. It’s a business and family drama centered around the Somarriba family and the Galgo Group, a food giant that has seen three generations grow within its ranks. The series will premiere on the platform on January 18th.

The crisis in the industry, fueled by internal corruption, pressure from white-label brands, the threat of new regulations promoting healthier eating, and the potential closure of the group’s oldest factory, triggers a chain of events that shake the foundations of the Somarriba family. Loyalty, love, trust, and family will now have to confront betrayal, selfishness, control, and deception.

‘Galgos’ features a renowned ensemble cast including Adriana Ozores (Goya Award winner for ‘La hora de los valientes’), Argentine actor Oscar Martínez (Goya Award winner for ‘El ciudadano ilustre’), Marcel Borràs, Patricia López Arnaiz (Goya Award winner for ‘Ane’), María Pedraza, Jorge Usón, Francesco Carril, Luis Bermejo (Goya Award nominee for ‘Magical Girl’), and Daniela Estay.

Written by Clara Roquet, Francisco Kosterlitz, Pablo Remón, and Lucía Carballal, and directed by Félix Viscarret and Nely Reguera, the series was filmed in various locations in Madrid, Cantabria, and Brussels.


Carmina Somarriba (Adriana Ozores) and Emilio Somarriba (Luis Bermejo) are the heirs of the Galgo Group, a family business specializing in pastries, chocolates, and children’s food. The crisis in the industry, the imminent arrival of sugar regulations, and Emilio’s lack of leadership as the president of Galgo since his father’s passing 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 impact 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.