Starring Joaquín Furriel, the third season of the series that explores n, a new police case began filming in the city of Buenos Aires.
MIAMI, FL. July 21, 2021 - HBO Max has confirmed the third season of EL JARDIN DE BRONCE WarnerMedia Latin America's original series for HBO, which began filming this week in the city of Buenos Aires. Headed by Joaquín Furriel, the new season of the series consists of 8 episodes and will premiere later on HBO Max, the new subscription streaming platform, and on the premium pay TV channel HBO.
After a successful second season and with a nomination for an International Emmy®️ Award in the category of Best Drama Series, comes the new installment of the series where Fabián (Joaquin Furriel) once again gets involved in a missing-persons case. The protagonist joins the team made up of Rigonni (Marcelo Subiotto), prosecutor Guernsback (Elisa Carricajo), and criminal investigator Monterroso (Alejandro Awada) on the tracks of a serial kidnapper.
¨We bet once again on this production, with a stellar cast and a theme that has managed to captivate our audience. We remain faithful to the internationally recognized plot of the series that is undoubtedly what fans expect to see. We continue to strengthen our commitment to talent and the local industry¨, said Tomás Yankelevich, Chief Content Officer of General Entertainment, WarnerMedia Latin America.
“It’s a great satisfaction to be part of EL JARDIN DE BRONCES and this third season, which is an extraordinary professional opportunity for me. Developing the character of Fabián is a permanent challenge in which his fears must be portrayed, along with the need to continue with his investigations and his ability to live with a past that struggles to remain present," commented Joaquin Furriel.
Along with Furriel, the cast is headed by Juan Leyrado, Maite Lanata, Alejandro Awada, Jazmin Stuart, Luis Ziembrowsky, Rafael Spregelburd, Elisa Carricajo, Belén Chavanne, Sofía Palomino and Marcelo Subiotto, with a guest role by Pepe Soriano and special participation from Norman Brisky.
THE BRONZE GARDEN is written by Gustavo Malajovich and Marcos Osorio Vidal and is executive produced by Marcelo Tamburri, Paul Drago and Anouk Florencia Aaron for WarnerMedia Latin America, and Diego Andrasnik and Verónica Cura for Kapow Productions.
All previous episodes and seasons of THE BRONZE GARDEN are available on HBO Max.