If they did not have enough with the series of Luis Miguel, the two of Selena wave of Juan Gabriel and Jenni RiveraGet ready because the passion for the life of singers is not over. The most recent project on the way, which will also be about a Mexican interpreter, will be about Vicente Fernandez and the most recent report indicates that there is already an actor linked to the role, that would be Alejandro Speitzer.
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According to information from Milenio, it was the team of Windowing which was able to confirm that not only are there plans for a biographical series of Vicente Fernández, but that it is nowhere near starting its filming and that the protagonist would be Alexander Speitzer, one of the most demanded Mexicans on television in recent years. According to the show business program, the singer Carlos Rivera placeholder image I would have missed the opportunity to take the role.
Likewise, it was revealed that the production will begin filming in the state of Hidalgo. However, details about what period of Fernández’s life will be adapted are unknown. What we can assume is that if Speitzer will be the protagonist, at least the first season would be about the youngest years of the interpreter who is an icon of regional Mexican music.
As you know, Fernández has been hospitalized for a month after a fall. Just earlier this week his family had reported that the singer was still in intensive care at a Guadalajara hospital, although with a slight improvement. It was revealed that he is awake, stable, but still having trouble breathing on his own, requiring help to perform this function.
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For his part, Speitzer is surely remembered for his most recent collaboration with director Manolo Caro, a favorite of the Netflix platform. He was the protagonist of the series Someone has to die – 63% and we also recently saw him in another successful show called Dark Desire – 60%. Despite this, he has a long television career, appearing in soap operas such as El Chema, La Reina del Sur and even in episodes of La rosa de Guadalupe.
The production on Fernández would be one of his next projects. Another that sounds very interesting was just announced this week. Is about Joaquin Murrieta’s head, an upcoming Amazon Prime series inspired by westerns that will deal with the effort to capture a bandit, the main character (Juan Manuel Bernal), in mid-19th century Mexico. This project will be co-directed by David Pablos and Humberto Hinojosa Ozcariz.
There is still no release date for the series Vicente Fernandez. Until we have more details about the show, Speitzer followers can watch the series we mentioned on Netflix and expect soon more news about the western that will have on Prime, of which only a glimpse has been revealed.
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