The Official Trailer for Pantaya’s first Sci-Fi Spanish Language Original Series “El Refugio”

We have the first official trailer for the upcoming series “El Refugio” to share with you all today.

June 23 in the United States and Puerto Rico  

More details about the film below:

Los Angeles, CA. – June 7, 2022 – The U.S. Spanish-language premium streaming service Pantaya, revealed today the official trailer and key art of its first Sci-Fi Spanish language original series “El Refugio” starring Alberto Guerra (“Narcos: Mexico”and Ana Claudia Talancón (Como Caído del Cielo), executive produced by Juan de Dios Larraín, Pablo Larraín, Ángela Poblete (“Señorita 89”) and Mariane Hartard from Fabula, and Christian Vesper from Fremantle. Pablo Fendrik serves as the showrunner and director of these six episodes, which are based on the original idea by Julio Rojas (“Caso 63”). The series will premiere on Thursday, June 23rd exclusively on Pantaya in the United States and Puerto Rico.

In “El Refugio” a family experiences the strangest hours of their lives when unusual phenomena begin to take place, apparently caused by a completely unidentified force of nature. But all of it happens through their screens. When they go outside, nothing seems to be happening, aside from what springtime in the Mexican countryside holds in store for a group of humans. The parents must protect their children from an invisible enemy whom not even they know exists for real. What is real? What happened to the world they knew? Is this ranch a refuge? Is it the final stronghold of humanity?

“El Refugio” cast also includes Zuria Vega (“La Venganza de las Juanas”), Alfredo Castro (El Club), Diego Escalona (“La Suerte de Loli”),Camila Valero (“Herederos Por Accidente”), Isabella Arroyo (A Love Letter), Jorge Antonio Guerrero (Roma), Gabriela Cartol (La Camarista), Fernanda Urrejola (“Narcos”), Paloma Woolrich (“La Muchacha Que Limpia”), Cayetano Arámburo (“¿Quién mató a Sara?”), Consuelo Carreño (Algunas Bestias), and a special apperance by Gustavo Sánchez Parra (“La Muchacha que Limpia”).

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