The new title from the creator of Money Heist joins other original production premieres the platform has planned for May: Colombian series Chichipatos, Argentine series Casi feliz, Spanish series Valeria; and the movies La corazonada and Te quiero, imbécil.

Netflix announced the premieres of its original productions for May, a month marked by new content arriving from Latin America and Spain.

One of the big news is the launch of White Lines, the latest series by Álex Pina, the creator of Money Heist and founder of Vancouver Media, with whom Netflix signed in 2018 an exclusivity agreement to produce new series.

This 10-episode thriller, which will be released on May 15, was filmed in Spain (Mallorca and Ibiza) in English, and is produced by Vancouver Media and Left Bank Pictures, producer of The Crown.

The series is directed by Nick Hamm, Luis Prieto and Ashley Way.

Álex Pina is a producer for White Lines, along with Cristina López Ferraz from Vancouver Media and Chris Croucher. Andy Harries and Sharon Hughff are executive producers for Left Bank Pictures.


Also on May 15, the new series Chichipatos will arrive on the streaming service, its first bet for the comedy genre in Colombia.

Produced by Caracol TV, the fiction is created by Dago García and stars Antonio Sanint. It consists of 7 30-minute episodes.

As for series in Spanish, Netflix news for May also include the premiere of the Argentine series Casi feliz (May 1), produced by HC Films and Tiger House; and the Spanish Valeria (May 8), from Plano a Plano.

In addition,, May 15 marks the premiere of Spanish film Te quiero, imbécil, a comedy centered on a thirty-year-old (Quim Gutiérrez) whose life is turned upside down after he loses his job and his girlfriend on the same day.

Finally, on the 28th, the Argentine film La corazonada will be released, in which a rookie (Luisana Lopilato) and a detective (Joaquín Furriel) investigate the murder of a 19-year-old girl, and the main suspect is her best friend.