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Starring Julieta Zylberberg and Alejandro Awada, it will premiere next month on Flow. It is inspired by real cases and includes interviews with forensic experts.

In October, no date defined yet, the police series is released Post Mortem, on demand, in Flow. It is a co-production of Storylab, whose director is Nacho Avenue, and TECtv, from the channel of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.

The series, of eight chapters, is inspired by real cases and adds, as a narrative novelty, interviews with forensic experts.

The protagonists are Julieta Zylberberg, Esteban Pérez and Alejandro Awada.

The fiction tells the story of journalists Florencia Rodra (Zylberberg) and Guillermo O’Reilly (Pérez), who are summoned to write police notes.

The forensic expert Gregorio Trieste takes them to review “horrific and violent” crimes and, there, Florencia begins to compile a catalog of atrocities, at the same time as feels that her past disturbs her and discovers an aberrant fact.

Post Mortem It is a great bet of StoryLab and we are proud to be able to launch a fiction of this quality in this context where we so much need to tell new stories and see the actors on screen. It is a great teamwork that we celebrate together with Flow, ”said Diego Palacio, StoryLab’s creative director.

Antonio Álvarez, Telecom’s Programming Director, highlighted: “Through this new co-production with StoryLab, we continue to bet on high-quality national content. With Post Mortem, we have already added 22 co-productions together with top-level partners, and we continue to expand the range of content available in Flow ”.

“This series means, on the one hand, that we can continue working so that scientific dissemination reaches more and more audiences and that they can appropriate science in their daily lives. For the other, allows to make visible the work of the scientists of our country. In this case, we do it through a compelling fictional story, “said Mariana Loterszpil, general coordinator of TECtv.

When fiction meets reality, Post Mortem he wonders: is there the perfect crime? How do you build a killer mind? What does it ultimately mean to do justice?

The cast is completed by Diego Velázquez, Belén Chavanne, Darío Barassi and Eugenia Alonso. And there are also special participations of Juan Gil Navarro and Jorge Marrale.

The series was devised by Nacho Viale and Diego Palacio, directed by Palacio and scripts by Lucas Molteni and Luciana Porchietto.

Among other works, the production company of Viale y company premiered the series Stockholm, and Netflix, and 2016, con Juana Viale, Esteban Lamothe and Luciano Cáceres.

Also, from the same production company, A thousand hands for Argentina was nominated for the International Emmy Awards (the ceremony is scheduled for November 23, in New York).

It is a reality show that will compete in the category “best short-term fiction.” In the story a tour of the country is made with Gino Tubaro, a young inventor who distributes 3D prostheses created by himself.

Throughout the trip, the life stories that inspired Gino to reach places as diverse as El Impenetrable in Chaco, La Quiaca, Tierra del Fuego, Entre Ríos, Córdoba, Rosario and Rio Negro, among others, are shown. Each case is unique, but all are crossed by the same objective: to promote inclusion and improve the quality of life of the protagonists.



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