The comedy series stars Flavio Medina (The House of Flowers, Narcos: Mexico) and Lucía Uribe (Unstoppable, The House of Flowers) and explores themes surrounding family and relationships in our modern-day and age. The series is set in Mexico City.
“The experience bringing this story to the screen was difficult. Beyond the implicit complexity of telling such a layered story — thinking it and writing it confronted us with our own prejudices and our history — we had to film during Covid. However, that forced us to be creative in unexpected ways, to build this dream with new tools, unproven strategies, and limited resources. The result was better than we could imagine. In times of crisis, it is creativity that can save us. I’m thankful for having worked with a team willing to do anything to tell this story. Today we present a series which our entire cast and crew can be proud of, a story that is worth saying: yes, we did it ourselves!” shared Luna.
Luna also takes on the role as producer along with the executive producers Gael García Bernal, Kyzza Terrazas and Augusto Mendoza from La Corriente del Golfo, and Isaac Lee and Daniel Eilemberg frome Exile Content.
Todo Va A Estar Bien joins Netflix’s push to include diversified content on the streamer.
Luna has stayed busy both in front of the camera and behind it. The actor has been filming the anticipated Disney+ series bases on his Star Wars character in Rogue One. His social commentary Amazon series Pan y Circo won two Daytime Emmys. He is also the lead in Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans.
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