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Spanish Eva Longoria “Call my agent!” News, cast, premiere history

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Spelling in French Call my agent! It became a worldwide hit when it debuted on Netflix. Now, Eva Longoria will lead a new Spanish-language version of the show.

“Like so many people around the world, I’ve been a huge fan of the original series since its premiere,” Longoria said in a statement. “I am very excited to partner with Mediawan and Elefantec Global to bring one of the greatest properties that brings satirical and satirical looks behind the scenes of the entertainment industry to the Spanish-speaking American market.”

The adaptation will be co-produced by Mediawan, Elefantec Global, and Longoria’s UnbeliEVAble Entertainment. Remakes Call my agent! It has already been successful in Italy, Turkey and the UK.

Partner with Eva Longoria [Elefantec CEO] The kid fights to take it Call my agent! Pierre Antoine Capton, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mediawan, said Latin America is a unique opportunity. “Their talent and knowledge combined with their international fame have ensured an innovative and exceptional adaptation of this series, a truly hilarious and touching gem that the French creators have been able to bring to life, and which have since traveled the world.”

Baston added, “Made with a Latin flavor for a global audience, we are sure this iteration will be a hit and a global audience.”

the original French Call my agent! Starring Camille Cotten, Thibaut de Montalembert, and Gregory Montales, it currently has four seasons, all of which are streaming on Netflix. In 2021, it was announced that the show will return for a fifth season and a spin-off movie.

Emily Burack (he/she) is the news editor at Town & Country, where she covers entertainment, culture, the royal family, and a host of other topics. Prior to joining T&C, she was associate editor of the T&C Oh My Alma Jewish Culture website. Follow her @emburack on Twitter Twitter and Instagram.

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