‘La Mesías’, the new series by Los Javis for Movistar +



    If you have already finished all the series on your list and do not know what to watch, we have a new proposal for you. After the success of ‘Cardo’, ‘Veneno’ and ‘Paquita Salas’, Los Javis once again show their facet as creators to introduce us ‘The Messiah’, his latest project with Movistar +. Friend, go preparing the popcorn because soon you will have a new fiction to get hooked on.

    As you might imagine after reading the title of it, the series will focus on religion. The Javises describe it as “an almost apocalyptic family drama that delves into faith, but from a darker and more painful place.” We already want to discover what they have prepared for us in this family thriller that talks about overcoming trauma, faith as a tool to fill the void and art as the only way to escape from terror.

    Here is a small preview that they have shared on their Instagram account:

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    Your curiosity has also piqued, right? Well, you will still want to discover more when we tell you what it is about. ‘The Messiah’ tells the story of a young with deep religious beliefs that all his life he has lived under the yoke of his mother. One day, her life turns upside down after coming across a viral video of a Christian pop group made up of five sisters.

    We have not yet been revealed more details of the series, but we are waiting to discover the trailer, new images and the release date. We will be very attentive to tell you everything.

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