“Bose,” which follows the life of legendary singer-songwriter Miguel Bose, premiered on Paramount+ in Latin America in November, becoming one of the most-watched scripted shows on that streaming service.
And today, the original series, starring José Pastor and Iván Sánchez, has launched in the United States with six episodes, making it available in Spanish and dubbed in English, to facilitate viewing by a variety of audiences.
From his birth, Miguel Bose was destined for greatness, despite the rigid conventions imposed by his native Spain in the 1960s. His father, Luis Miguel Dominguin, was a traditionalist and leading figure in Spanish bullfighting, while his mother, Lucia Bossa, was a sophisticated and modern Italian film star. Miguel was born with the strong character of his father, the beauty of his mother, and the rebelliousness and elegance of both.
In 1968, her parents’ tumultuous relationship ended after 13 years when they decided to divorce, which was a scandal for the time in a conservative country. Miguel was only 11 years old and the divorce took a toll on him. This acted as a catalyst to transform him into the rebel artist the world would come to know a decade later.
Surrounded by a halo of mystery, he has always been very reserved. The series breaks down walls, reveals the singer-songwriter’s strengths and weaknesses and gives viewers an intimate look into her life. Each episode focuses on a different song from their repertoire and travels through key moments in their lives, although the current timeline takes place during the promotion of their multi-platinum album “Papito”, when they have achieved a long-delayed dream. decided to make it true. : To be a father.
The cast also includes Nacho Fresneda as Luis Miguel Dominguin, Bose’s father; Valeria Solarino as her mother, Lucia Bose; Alicia Borrachero as La Tata, a fundamental figure in their existence; Ana Zara as her best friend; José Sospedra as Pablo Alborch; Miguel Angel Muñoz as Julio Iglesias; and Mariela Garriga in the role of Facio.
The series was produced by Paramount in association with Shine Iberia (Banijay Iberia), Elephantech Global and Legacy Rock. Direction fell to Miguel Bardem and Fernando Trullol and Ángeles González Sinde, Isabel Vazquez and Boris Izaguirre to write the script.