In an ongoing attempt to create additional premium content for the Latin American market under its personal Onza Americas banner, Madrid-based Onza Leisure – behind the “Time Divide”-like profit sequence and collaborator of the dopamine historical drama “Hernan” – is developing Political drama “Sattva”. .
Written by Spanish actor Ruben Sands (“El Dragon”) and World Emmy-nominated Luis Gamboa (“Promisas de Campana”), the sequence is designed as a transatlantic production between Mexico and Spain .
Onza presented “Saatva” on September 28 on the new Iberseries and Platino Industria manufacturing and co-financing discussion boards.
Valentina Pozzoli, director of global growth and co-production at Onza, cited the abundance of streaming platforms — and their insatiable demand for content — which has allowed the reveal to unfold in more areas, inspiring additional content production. The success of Spanish-language cleaning soaps like “Casa de Papel” (“Casa de Papel”), “Dark Needs” (“Oscuro Desio”) and “Elite” is also a question of motivation. “We developed sequences of many types, including sci-fi, family and police sequences,” she said.
The eight-episode sequence follows police officer Axel as he focuses on stopping organized crime, but his criminal record catches up with him when the young woman he’s been classifying is kidnapped. When he faces the added hurdle of finding them, he must pay the price for his hated ex.
Led by Los Angeles-based Harvey Grsalez, Onza Americas operates “Isla Brava” through TelevisaUnivision’s new SVOD ViX+. The feature film is set in a resort and shot inside the Canary Islands to take advantage of the island’s charitable rewards.
New ViX + Authentic sequences starring Fernanda Castillo, Eric Heiser, Flavio Medina, Barbara Lopez and more,
Created by Esther Feldman and directed by Petipol Ybarra, Isla Brava leaves Lucia (Fernanda Castillo) at night to confess to her husband Alfredo (Flavio Medina) her love for his young brother Bruno (Eric Heather). That same night, Alfredo disappeared. Detectives approach the case with a rather unorthodox corporate model. The hunt for Alfredo will reveal a sordid past filled with greed, blackmail and a ton of unpaid play money.