plot, trailer and release date on Apple TV+ for the series about Mexico’s first female detectives

plot, trailer and release date on Apple TV+ for the series about Mexico’s first female detectives
plot, trailer and release date on Apple TV+ for the series about Mexico’s first female detectives

It’s coming to Apple TV+ Las Azules (Women in Blue), the new Spanish-language crime drama that tells the story of the first female police officers in the super-chauvinist Mexico of the 1970s. Below you can find the plot, trailer and release date.

The cast and plot of Las Azules

The show’s cast and crew are entirely Hispanic. The protagonist is Bárbara Mori, candidate for the Ariel Prize. Created by director and showrunner Fernando Rovzar and Pablo Aramendi, here’s the plot in brief.

Set in 1970 and inspired by true events, Las Azules tells the story of four women who defy the ultra-conservative norms of the time and join Mexico’s first female police force, only to discover that their team is nothing more than a publicity stunt intended to distract media attention of a brutal serial killer. As the body count rises, María (Bárbara Mori), whose determination to capture the killer becomes an obsession, Gabina (Amorita Rasgado), whose father is a renowned police officer, Ángeles (Ximena Sariñana), a brilliant crime analyst fingerprints, and Valentina (Natalia Téllez), a young rebel, organizes a secret investigation to do what no male agent could do and bring the serial killer to justice. Miguel Rodarte, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Christian Tappan and Horacio García Rojas complete the cast.

Fernando Rovzar, Emmy Award nominee Wendy Riss, Erica Sanchez Su, Sandra Solares and International Emmy Award winner Billy Rovzar serve as executive producers. The series is produced for Apple TV+ by Lemon Studios.

The Las Azules trailer

When Las Azules comes out

The television series Las Azules will be released on Apple TV+ starting Wednesday July 31 with the first two episodes out of a total of ten, followed by one episode per week until September 25.

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