'Sky Rojo': Live stream, release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's Spanish drama

From the creators of 'Money Heist' comes this new action-packed series complete with dark humor and adrenaline-filled moments


                            'Sky Rojo': Live stream, release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's Spanish drama
A still from Spanish drama 'Sky Rojo' (Netflix)
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'Sky Rojo' is a new Spanish crime drama created by Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato. It is set to release on Netflix next month and follows the lives of three prostitutes who are escaping their pimp. The first season will have eight episodes and a second season has already been commissioned, according to reports.

These women, running from their pimp end up on an adventurous journey that has their lives threatened most of the time as they continue to search for freedom. Read on to learn more about 'Sky Rojo,' the series created by the creators of 'Money Heist'.

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Release date

'Sky Rojo' will be released on Friday, March 19, 2021. 

Plot

The official synopsis reads: "From the creators of 'Money Heist' comes this new action-packed series complete with dark humor and adrenaline-filled moments. Coral, Wendy and Gina go on the run in search of freedom while being chased by Moisés and Christian, henchmen of Romeo, pimp and owner of Club Las Novias. Together, the women embark on a frenetic race during which they will have to face many dangers. Their only plan: to stay alive for five more minutes."

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Cast

Lali Espósito as Wendy (Netflix)

Lali Espósito as Wendy

Espósito is known for her roles as Julia 'Esperanza' Albarracín in 'My Lovely Hope' (2015-2016), Camila in 'That's Not Cheating' (2016), Marianella 'Mar' Rinaldi in 'Casi ángeles' (2007-2010) and Roberta in 'Finderella' (2004). Her recent works include multiple short videos, some of which include 'Lali: Somos amantes' (2019), 'Pinto 'Wahin' Feat. Lali: Salta la comba' (2019), 'Los Ángeles Azules Feat. Lali: Las Maravillas de la Vida' (2020) and 'Lali: Fascinada' (2020).

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Verónica Sánchez as Coral (Netflix)

Verónica Sánchez as Coral

Sánchez is known for her roles as Paula in 'Fat People' (2009), Amparo Duque in 'Sin identidad' (2014-2015), Clara López-Dóriga in 'El Caso. Crónica de sucesos' (2016) and Juliana in 'South from Granada' (2003). Her recent works include the TV series '14 de abril. La República' (2011-2019), 'The Pier' (2019-2020), and 'Hormigueddon' (2020).

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Yany Prado as Gina (Netflix)

Yany Prado as Gina

Prado is known for her roles as Luz María 'La Negra' in 'Tres Milagros' (2018), Irma in 'La Reina Soy Yo' (2019) and Génesis in 'The Two Lives of Estela Carrillo' (2017). Her other works include 'Ringo, la pelea de su vida' (2019), 'La rosa de Guadalupe' (2010-2014) and 'Como dice el dicho' (2015).

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The rest of the cast includes Asier Etxeandia as Romeo, Enric Auquer as Christian, Miguel Ángel Silvestre as Moisés, Antonio Fdez as Tony barman, Daniel Toscano as a club bouncer, Aitor Manuel Alonso as Cliente cuerdas, Marc Bosch as Celador, Chloe Dunne as Lola and many more.

Creators

Álex Pina, Esther Martínez Lobato and Jesús Colmenar serve as executive producers. David Barrocal, David Victori and Migue Amoedo serve as co-executive producers.

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Trailer

First a date announcement trailer was released and then later Netlix released a teaser for the upcoming season. You can watch both below.


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Where to watch and how to live stream?

Catch 'Sky Rojo' on Friday, March 19, 2021, on Netflix. The first season has eight episodes, each approximately 25 minute long. 

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