Last Thursday, June 16, the latest season of the series Paraíso premiered on Movistar Plus+, an original series of the same platform that in this installment becomes more mature, sensual and puts the spectator in check through a game of multiple realities that will take him on a journey with constantly changing rules.
The Spanish series is produced in collaboration with The Mediapro Studio and was created by Fernando González Molina together with Ruth García and David Oliva. According to the synopsis, the protagonists are once again faced with the danger of the undead when a group known as the Novavis appears in Almanzora to destroy the town and carry out a shady ritual that endangers the lives of Javi and his loved ones. In addition, Javi himself must fight his personal demons and discover his great mystery: his true origin. One that his parents have kept from him since birth.
The series stars a large cast: Macarena García (Paula), Iñaki Ardanaz (Mario), Gorka Otxoa (Morte), Pau Gimeno (Javi), Cristian López (Álvaro), Leon Martínez (Quino), Héctor Gozalbo (Zeta), María Romanillos (Bea), Patricia Iserte (Olivia) and Iván Pellicer (“El Marqués“).
Although in this new season the series will count with the incorporations of Álvaro Mel (Mateo), Begoña Vargas (Evelyn), Laura Laprida (Valentina) and Carla Domínguez (Anabel).
This final season has been an unprecedented challenge for the creators, as new universes have been created that represent an exceptional work in terms of FX and production design.
The new worlds, villains and sets depend on the exhaustive work of an entire team that aims to surprise the viewer and make more noticeable the evolution of the series in every way since the first season. The example of all this is “The Abyss”, an inert and arid world that has been created entirely digitally.
The director of the series himself has also explained that the change of focus of the series, from more childish to more mature, also has to do with the change of age of the protagonists and that it will be reflected in a time jump of three years towards the last episodes of the season.
Of course, there are some details that cannot be left out and that mark the essence of the series, such as the importance of music, which is the most evocative element of the series. In short, a final season full of changes but with a great evolution at all levels.