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MIPCOM Spotlight: Mediaset España


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There’s a second season of Truth (La Verdad), about a young girl who suddenly appears claiming to be someone who disappeared a decade ago, on offer from Mediaset España.

The political drama State Secrets (Secretos de Estado) centers on an assassination attempt on the Spanish Prime Minister. Secrets that were previously known only by the Prime Minister, the First Lady and their inner circle are unearthed.

Unauthorized Living (Vivir sin Permiso) reunites the actors José Coronado and Álex González following the success of El Príncipe. Unauthorized Living is a story about “passion, fierce rivalries and conflicting interests within a family headed by Galicia’s most prominent drug dealer, providing a melting pot of ingredients that bubble over into emotional narratives coupled with some striking and violent scenes,” says Silvia Cotino, the head of sales at Mediaset España.








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