The filming of the biographical series on Miguel Bosé It will begin in Spain in early 2022 under the production of VIS -a division of ViacomCBS International Networks- together with Shine Iberia, Elefantec Global and Legacy Rock, according to a statement released today by Viacom.
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The series, which for the moment will feature a six-episode season, will review Bosé’s career from the late 70s to the present and has the collaboration of the singer himself, immersed at the same time in the writing of his autobiography.
It will premiere on Paramount + in the countries where this platform is present. In Spain, Viacom announced last August the launch from 2022 of a joint platform with Comcast called SkyShowtime that will include content from Sky, NBCUniversal, Universal Pictures, Peacock, Paramount +, Showtime, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon.
The series project on Bosé’s life was unveiled last January and initially it was going to be developed in collaboration with Movistar +, but finally Paramount + has been the ally for distribution.
“After many years of recovering memories, after others of writing, the first season of my life finally arrives”, affirms Bosé in declarations collected in the communiqué. “I am convinced that it will touch many, because all of you were part of and are responsible for what I was, what I am and everything I may become in the future”, Add.
Miguel Bosé is one of the most prominent figures of Spanish pop in recent decades. He has sold more than 30 million records, has more than 70 hits that have been number one in Europe and America and the Latin Recording Academy distinguished him in 2013 with its honorary award “Person of the Year”.
Son of bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín and Italian actress Lucía Bosé, also He has a career as an actor in which the role he played in Pedro Almodóvar’s “Tacones lejando” (1991) stands out. In his childhood he was surrounded by artistic personalities such as Picasso, Visconti, Dalí or Ava Gardner, among others.
“We hope this production invokes the same emotions as Bosé’s music. and engage our global audience at Paramount + “, said JC Acosta, president of ViacomCBS International Studios & Networks Americas.