After announcing investments in Mexico, Netflix confirms new original series filmed in the country

Netflix has released on Thursday, February 18th, the official trailer for ‘¿Quien mato a Sara?’, a new original series filmed in Mexico, which will become part of the platform’s catalog on March 24th. With this launch, Netflix continues betting on the Mexican market, since during January it announced plans to film original titles in the country.

The production of the new series is in charge of the Mexican production company ‘Perro Azul’, and its plot is focused on the story of a man unjustly imprisoned for his sister’s murder. After being released from prison, Alejandro Guzman (leading actor of the series, played by Colombian actor Manolo Cardona), will try to find revenge and tell all the secrets about Sara’s death.

Original Netflix productions announcement in Mexico comes after, at the end of January, the company confirmed to Forbes Mexico that it will make a more than USD 300 million investment this year to film around 50 original titles in the country. In addition, the OTT, which ended 2020 with more than 37 million subscribers in Latin America, is about to open its Latin American regional headquarters in Mexico City, from which it will operate for all markets in the region. In addition, Netflix created the business name ‘Netflix Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V.’ , with which it will operate in the country both as a company and as a local distributor, as reported by Forbes Mexico.