The fiction series will premiere on Chilean broadcast TV on November 8.
Next Monday, November 8 at 11:20pm, Chilean network Mega will premiere its original series No nos quieren ver, inspired by the victims of the child protection system who were exposed in Chile in 2016.
The series will premiere for all of Latin America exclusively on HBO Max, on a date yet to be determined.
No nos quieren ver is a co-production between Megamedia and the Altirosapiens production company, and has the support of public funds from Corfo and the National Television Council of Chile (CNTV). It is distributed internationally by MGE (Mega Global Entertainment).
The series tells the story of a lawyer who seeks to know the truth of the alleged suicide of a minor in a residence of the National Service for Minors. In this investigation, she, together with a judge and the director of the center, discover the reality that exists in that place, something hidden, and that also affects other minors. The series plunges into the world of child protection, to address a contingent issue about the violation of the rights of children at social risk, highlighting the errors of a system in collapse.
No nos quieren ver was created and directed by Guillermo Helo, Juan-Oliver, under the production of Susana Espinoza and has the leading role of Tamara Acosta, Paulina Urrutia, Francisca Lewin and the special participation of Amparo Noguera and Paulina García, among others.