No Te Puedes Esconder, the 10 episode thriller produced by Telemundo International Studios, features the return of beloved Mexican actress Blanca Soto (Señora Acero, Viuda Blanca, Dinner for Schmucks, Eva Luna) and the Telemundo debut of renowned Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega (Thesis, Vantage Point, The Last Stand, Transsiberian, The Translators).
Shot in México City and Madrid, Spain, the explosive thriller also features Iván Sánchez (La Reina del Sur, Yago, Señorita Pólvora), a stellar performance by Maribel Verdú (Pans Labyrinth, Y tú máma también, Belle Epoque, Tetro and Blancanieves), as well as Peter Vives (Velvet, Tiempo entre Costuras, Perfidius, Night and Day), Plutarco Haza (El Señor de los Cielos, El Secreto de Selena, Mirada de Mujer, Las Aparicio) Patricia Guirado, Samantha Siqueiros, Juan Caballero (Servir y Proteger, La Sonata del Silencio and Vive Cantando) and Adrián Ladrón (Crónicas Chilangas, La 4ª Compañía and Diablo Guardián) among others
In this edition of content POV, Telemundo Global Studios President, Marcos Santana shares his thoughts on what this Gold Medal achievement means for his team.
“Telemundo’s No Te Puedes Esconder (You Can’t Hide) production was truly a labor of love and we are so proud to have offered such an impactful and relevant limited series to our audience. This thriller was not only able to captivate audiences with its incredible production, but also featured a stellar cast that brought this magnificent story to life. This award is truly special because it’s a recognition of how far we have come in Spanish-language media. It celebrates our quest to elevate the quality of our content to give Latinos the content they deserve, produced by Hispanics for Hispanics.
Thank you to the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards for this incredible recognition and thank you to the entire team including the writers, cast, production, and crew that participated in the making of this fantastic story. We will continue to make thought-provoking content that our audiences can connect with and allows them to see themselves reflected on the screens.”
-Marcos Santana, President, Telemundo Global Studios