Prime Video to launches its Spanish Original series Reina Roja

Prime Video to launches its Spanish Original series Reina Roja

Koldo Serra directs Juan Gómez-Jurado's trilogy on Prime Video globally.

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Mumbai: Prime Video will launch the next Spanish Original series Reina Roja on 29 February 2024 exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide and has unveiled first look images of the series.

The seven episode TV adaptation of the first book in Juan Gómez-Jurado's hit trilogy (Reina Roja, Loba Negro, Rey Blanco) stars Vicky Luengo (Antidisturbios, Historias para no dormir) and Hovik Keuchkerian (Money Heist, Antidisturbios). Koldo Serra (No Traces, Money Heist) is the director alongside Julian de Tavira (Hernán), who directed episodes four and six.

The cast is completed by Andrea Trepat (Mar de plástico, El club de los incomprendidos), Celia Freijeiro (Amor de madre, Vida perfecta), Nacho Fresneda (El Ministerio del Tiempo, Hospital Central),  Vicenta N’Dongo (Días mejores, En la ciudad), Karmele Larrinaga (Go!azen, Ane), Pere Brasó (70Binladens, Los últimos días), Fernando Guallar (Luis Miguel: La serie, Tras la pared), Eduardo Noriega (Inés del alma mía, Hache), Alex Brendemühl (El creyente, El sueño de Gabrielle), Urko Olazábal (Maixabel, Mithyabadi), Emma Suárez (Intimidad, La consagración de la primavera) and Selam Ortega (Madres, Reinas sin reino).

With an IQ of 242, Antonia Scott is officially the smartest person on Earth. Her intelligence made her the “Red Queen” of a secret and experimental police project, but what seemed like a gift became a curse, and she ended up losing everything. When the son of a powerful tycoon is found gruesomely murdered and the daughter of Spain’s wealthiest man is kidnapped, the Red Queen organization is set in motion. Mentor, Antonia’s former boss, turns to Jon Gutiérrez, a hot-tempered Basque cop on the verge of being expelled from the force, to reactivate Antonia. The twisted cat-and-mouse game in which Jon and Antonia become entangled in during the investigation helps them discover that they admire and complement each other almost as much as they irritate each other. Reina Roja is a haunting thriller set in Madrid, a city that plays a central role to the story, and combines the urgency and action of the investigation with the juicy and witty chemistry between its two main characters.

Reina Roja is a Dopamine and Focus production with Amaya Muruzábal as showrunner and executive producer. The script is written by Salvador Perpiñá alongside Muruzábal.

Reina Roja will join the thousands of series and movies available in Prime Video's catalog including Culpa Mia, the Spanish original movie that became a worldwide success, and the fan favorite live talent show Operación Triunfo as well as series Sin huellas, Romancero, A Private Affair, True Story España, Celebrity Bake Off España, LOL: Si te ríes pierdes, G.E.O: Más allá del límite, El desafío: 11M, and the upcoming release of Los Farad, as well as award-winning and globally critically acclaimed original series such as The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Citadel and The Final List, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, The Wheel of Time, The Boys, Homecoming, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Good Omens and Reacher, as well as licensed content.

Prime members will be able to watch Reina Roja with the Prime Video app, available for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, consoles, Chromecast, Vodafone TV, and through In the Prime Video app, viewers can download all episodes to their mobile devices and watch them offline anywhere at no extra cost as part of the Prime benefits, for only €49.90/year. New customers can find more information at and sign up for a free 30-day trial.

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