Starring Miguel Bernardeau and Renata Notni, the series will be available on the streaming platform in Latin America, the United States, Spain, Andorra, and Portugal in the first half of 2024.
The new adaptation of the classic masked hero 'Zorro' will premiere in the first half of 2024. Prime Video and Secuoya Studios announce the launch of this super production starring Miguel Bernardeau and Renata Notni, which will be available in Latin America, the United States, Spain, Andorra, and Portugal.
New, modern, and global, Miguel Bernardeau embodies a character that will attempt to conquer new generations and revive a story recognized around the world. A symbol of justice and defender of the oppressed, the contemporary Zorro will feature a diverse cast of Mexican and Spanish talent.
Filmed in Gran Canaria (Spain) with a screenplay by Carlos Portela and directed by Javier Quintas, Jorge Saavedra, and Jose Luis Alegria, 'Zorro' has been an excellent challenge for Secuoya Studios' Fiction team: "After eight months of filming in Gran Canaria and the middle of the final post-production phase, we expect the series to debut during the first half of 2024. We firmly believe it will be a success, confirming this great bid as one of the most noteworthy of next year's releases", highlights David Martínez, director of Fiction at Secuoya Studios, whose production represents an innovative global revision of the classic hero.
Javiera Balmaceda, Head of Original Content for Latin America, Canada, and Australia at Prime Video, admires this project: "We are extremely excited to collaborate with Secuoya Studios to bring this new Zorro to life. We will delight our clients with all the action, heroism, and high production values they have come to expect from Zorro. This show reaffirms our commitment to creating original, quality content."
Available on Prime Video, 'Zorro' is produced by David Martinez, David Cotarelo, Angela Agudo, Sergio Pizzolante, Andy Kaplan, Jesus Torres-Viera, John Gertz, and Glenda Pacanins and will be available in Latin America, the United States, Spain, Andorra, and Portugal.