The creator of The Paper House, Alex Pina, joined the producer of The Crown, as he wanted to continue conquering subscribers and premiered his new series White Lines set in Ibiza on the Netflix platform.
This new series features 10 episodes one hour long and premieres on Netflix this May 15, from the creator and screenwriter Álex Pina.
The series is found set on the Balearic island of Ibiza And the Ibizan landscape is portrayed with always clear skies, turquoise water and saturated colors.
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White Lines has characters so much British how Spanish people and it is recorded in the English and Spanish language.
The story centers on Zoe, a Manchester librarian which ends in Ibiza after the body of his brother, Axel, appears. He was a DJ who had been missing for 20 years and his sister decides to stay in Ibiza until she finds out what happened to him.
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The humor It's one of the important ingredients of White Lines, just as it was with La casa de papel.
Álex Pina this time launched with a production shot mostly in English and where in addition to being the creator he has also been the showrunner who has creatively controlled the project from start to finish.
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While, Cristina López Ferraz from the producer Vancouver Media and Chris Croucher are producers With Andy Harries and Sharon Hughff from the producer Left Bank Pictures responsible for the famous series The Crown.
Álex Pinacho is a producer of Spanish cinema, who has been recognized for his works in fiction such as El Embarcadero, Vis a Vis, Los hombres de Paco, El barco, La casa de papel or Los Serrano.
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The Paper House became the greatest success of his career and what led to the signing of an exclusive contract with the streaming platform Netflix for the creation and production of original series.