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New Thriller Film ‘Zeta’ and Drama ‘Cochinas’ Revealed on Prime Video Spain, Along with Docs, True-Crime Originals, and Renewals

Prime Video is making significant strides in Spain with a fresh lineup of movies, drama series, documentaries, and true-crime shows. The streaming service recently showcased its latest offerings at a Prime Video Presents event in Madrid, unveiling a range of new content including the thriller feature “Zeta,” scripted series “Cochinas,” unscripted shows, and the documentary “La Joia: Bad Gyal.” Additionally, the original series “Reina Roja” is set for a third season, while the live entertainment show “Operación Triunfo” will return for a new season.

Ricardo Cabornero, Director at Prime Video in Spain and Portugal, highlighted the success of the service in Iberia, describing it as a “record-breaking year” as he introduced the new titles to the audience. Among the upcoming releases is the spy pic “Zeta,” which follows the story of a Spanish CNI agent on a mission to track down a former spy involved in a covert operation decades ago. The film stars Mario Casas and is directed by Dani de Torre, with a script by Oriol Paulo and Jordi Vallejo.

Another intriguing addition to the lineup is the series “Cochinas,” which follows the journey of a conservative housewife who takes over a family video store and ventures into the world of adult films to save the business. The show features Elena Anaya in a leading role, with Oslodije producing and Andrea Jaurrieta directing.

On the true-crime front, Prime Video Spain is set to release docu-series such as “Cómo Cazar a un Monstruo,” “Medina: El Estafador de Famosos,” and “Infiltrada en el Búnker,” each exploring different facets of criminal activities and investigations.

Furthermore, the original documentary “La Joia: Bad Gyal” delves into the journey of Spanish singer Bad Gyal as she navigates the challenges of breaking into the mainstream music scene. The film, produced by Vampire Films, is set to premiere on Prime Video later this year.

In addition to the new releases, several returning favorites are gearing up for new seasons, including the romantic drama series “Citas Barcelona,” thriller series “Reina Roja,” and comedy series “La que se Avecina.” The lineup also includes a mix of action-adventure films, comedy series, and docuseries to cater to a diverse audience.

The executives at Prime Video emphasized their commitment to delivering a wide range of locally-produced content, live entertainment, and global original movies and series to cater to the preferences of their Prime members in Spain. The Head of Spanish Originals at Prime Video, María José Rodríguez, expressed excitement about the diverse slate of Spanish productions, highlighting the captivating storytelling and entertainment value that these new titles are expected to bring to audiences worldwide.