Fremantle, Fabula and Amazon Prime Video announced last Thursday that the Chilean psychological thriller ‘La Jauria’, officially released on the platform on July 10th, will have a second season. The first one lasts eight one-hour episodes and is available for watching it in Latin America and Spain.
As officially reported from Prime Video, the first season focuses on the story of the disappearance of a girl in a Catholic school, who organizes a protest and unknowingly becomes the center of a police investigation that shares a deadly online game, in which men are recruited to commit aggressive acts against women, which comes to light when a video of her own experience goes viral after she disappears.
The series is directed by Argentine writer, director and screenwriter Lucia Puenzo; and its production is in charge of Fabula and Fremantle. The latter also manages its global distribution.
Earlier this year, Amazon Prime Video announced a production plan for four Amazon Originals to take place in Argentina, Colombia, and Chile. The titles announced were ‘Iossi, el espía arrepentido’ (Argentina); ‘La Jauria’ and ‘Colonia Dignidad’ (Chile); while in Colombia the production of ‘Historia de un secuestro’, adaptation of the best seller by writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, will take place.