'Land of Women': This is Eva Longoria's new series

    Apple TV + today presented the new series of six episodes of Eva Longoria: ‘Land of Women’, in which the actress will star alongside Carmen Maura. It is a dramatic comedy based on the homonymous novel: ‘The land of women’ by the author Sandra Barneda.

    ‘Land of Women’ revolves around Gala, a New York woman whose life will turn upside down due to a series of financial irregularities caused by her husband. For this reason, she will be forced to flee the country together with her mother, Julia, and her university daughter. To escape the criminals to whom Gala’s husband is now indebted, the three women hide out in the same wine-producing town in northern Spain that Gala’s mother escaped from 50 years ago, vowing never to return. The women seek to start from scratch and hope to remain anonymous, but rumors spread quickly in the small town, and the most hidden family secrets will be brought to light.

    Eva will get into the skin of the New Yorker Gala and Maura will play Julia, her mother.

    Television fiction, created and scripted by Ramon Campos (‘Velvet’, ‘Grand Hotel’) and Gema R. Neira (‘Now & Then’, ‘Velvet’), is directed by Charles Venues (‘Fariña’, ‘Now & Then’). The executive production will be carried out by Eva Longoria (‘Desperate Housewives’, ‘El amor de Sylvie’) through her company ‘unbeliEVAble Entertainment’, joined by Ramón Campos, Teresa Fernández-Valdés and Ben Spector.

    The series is produced for Apple TV+ by Bambú Studios (‘Las Chicas el Cable’, ‘Gran Hotel’) and will be shot in Spanish and English, so it will be available in both languages ​​with original direct sound.

    ‘Land of Women’ joins the Apple TV+ catalog, which already has award-winning series such as ‘Ted Lasso’ or ‘The Morning Show’, as well as a growing number of Apple Originals of famous narrators from all over the world, among which are Oscar Mark Boal, Alfonso Cuarón or Fernando Rozvar, among others.

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