El Rey Vicente Fernandez is the brand new Spanish TV series coming to Netflix in September. Having garnered a large global audience, Netflix is doing everything it can to present newer titles targeting audiences around the world.
The new series will have 15 episodes that will cover several chapters of the musical artist’s life story over the course of the first season. Conrado Martinez and Fernando Urdapileta are part of the directing team and Catalina Porto is the executive producer. Read on to find out all about the approach El Rey release on Netflix.
Cast of El Rey
The cast of the Mexican television series includes Jaime Camil in the title role, Marcela Guirado in the role of Maria del Refugio ‘Cuquita’ Abarca Villasenor, Enoc Leano in the role of Ramon Fernandez, Marissa Saavedra in the role of Paula Gomez, Sebastian Dante in the role of Vicente Fernandez Joven, Ruben Zamora in the role of Enrico Landes and more.
Plot / Synopsis of El Rey
Netflix’s official synopsis reads:
From her humble upbringing to stardom, the vortex of life and career of Mexican music icon Vicente Fernández is told over multiple decades.
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The musical biography of the Mexican singer, also known as Chente, comes to life in this upcoming Netflix TV series. Following the real-life story of the music legend who had various nicknames and was also known as “The King of Ranchera” in Latin America, Netflix takes us on the journey of the Mexican musical and cultural master.
Starting as a boy who didn’t need a special occasion to set the mood by intoning a tune, we follow him into his adulthood, singing in huge arenas and theaters. The title of the series itself was inspired by his monumental song of the same name.
The performing artist has won several Grammy Awards to his name and now his story is about to unfold before our eyes.
El Rey release date and trailer
All 15 episodes of El Rey, Vicente Fernandez release on Netflix September 14, 2022. Be sure to watch the Mexican music star’s life saga this Wednesday.
Will you add this bio series to your watchlist? Do you think it can justify the legacy of the Mexican master? Let us know in the comments.
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