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‘Cable Girls’ Blanca Suárez Trails for Nazis in 1960s Spain as Production Starts on Netflix Series ‘Jaguar’

‘Cable Girls’ Blanca Suárez Trails for Nazis in 1960s Spain as Production Starts on Netflix Series ‘Jaguar’

  • Production has begun on new Netflix period drama 'Jaguar' following a survivor of Mauthausen extermination camp on the trail for justice against refugee Nazis in Spain after WWII, especially after Bachmann, known as the most dangerous man in Europe.

Netflix has announced to start production on the new original drama Jaguar starring Blanca Suárez (Las Chicas del Cable, El Bar).

Set in 1960s Spain, the series will begin shooting in different locations of the country by Bambú Producciones (Cable Girls) and directed by Carlos Sedes (Cable Girls, Grand Hotel) and Jacobo Martínez (Cable Girls).

Jaguar follows a young woman and Holocaust survivor Isabel Garrido (Suárez) on a mission to seek justice against the hundreds of refugee Nazis in Spain after World War II, and specifically trailing after the most dangerous man in Europe, Bachmann. Garrido discovers that she is not alone in her mission, and will unite with a group of agents in the search of justice under the code name Jaguar.

Jaguar is my most personal project of the last years, and I can’t think of a better travel partner than Netflix, with whom I am happy to undertake this new journey after the experience of Las chicas del cable,” said co-creator Ramón Campos in a statement.

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Suárez is joined by Iván Marcos (45 Revoluciones, Fariña), Francesc Garrido (Smoking Room, Grietas), Adrián Lastra (Primos, Velvet), and Óscar Casas (Instinto) as Castro.

The period drama is co-created by Campos and Gema R. Neira, along with co-writers David Orea, Salvador S. Molina, and Moises Gómez.

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