Monday, March 15, 2021

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON INSANELY OPULENT SPANISH COSTUME SERIES THE VINEYARD WHICH WILL BRING 19TH CENTURY MEXICO, LONDON AND CUBA TO AMAZON PRIME THIS MONTH

  VINEYARD TV SERIES 
AMAZON'S NEW COSTUME DRAMA
La Tempanza arrives March 26th to Amazon
Just as I promised you last week, today I'm bringing you a third period set series coming from Spain to arrive to the small screens this year. And VINEYARD (La Templanza) is arriving as soon as March 26th and since it will stream on Amazon Prime it will probably be available to the world wide audiences who have the streamer in their countries. This ten episode costume drama, starring Rafael Novoa and Leonor Watling and based on the novel by María Dueñas, brings a romantic story set in 1860 against the backdrop of different historic world cities. As you can see
This ten episode saga will be rich in lavish costumes and sets
from the photos and from the trailer below, the series will be abundant in extremely opulent costumes and historical sets of the era. 

THE VINEYARD IS SET  
at the end of the 19th century. Soledad Montalvo and Mauro Larrea are a self-made woman and man whose destinies are about to converge in a fascinating
The series was shot in Tenerife, Canary Islands and Spain
time and place. The period production promises to be a tale about overcoming adversity and finding our place in the world, as well as a story about how to build an empire and lose everything in one day, about adventures in exotic lands and second chances.

 THE SERIES IS DIRECTED BY
Guillem Morales (Julia's eyes), Alberto Ruiz Rojo (El Cid) and Patricia Font (People who come and bah). Susana López Rubio (El tiempo entre
Leonor Watling and Rafael Novoa lead the cast of the series
costuras) has led the writing team of a Boomerang TV production that will tour the tumultuous mining communities of Mexico in the 19th century, the
The series is a small screen adaptation of a Maria Duenas novel
elegant halls of the exclusive London society, the Cuba of the slave trade and the most valued wineries in the world in Jerez
.

14 comments:

  1. If there is worldwide access, maybe I'll watch it too.

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  2. I really love the costumes! Wish it was on Netflix. Have a great week ahead, Dez.

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  3. Costumes are Wonderful! I think netflix buy these series for everyone.

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    1. Nope, this one will be at their rival Amazon Prime.

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  4. This one looks great! I may even be able to convince the hubby to watch it for the Cuban history. Hope it really does stream worldwide through Prime.

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  5. Glad to see it's going to be on Prime. Netflix is pissing a lot of people off lately, especially with their announcement they they are cracking down on password sharing for the accounts.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)