How to Survive Being Single

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How to Survive Being Single
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Created by
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
Production company(s)
  • Campanario Entertainment
  • Addiction House
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Original networkPrime Video

How to Survive Being Single (Spanish: Cómo sobrevivir soltero), is an upcoming Mexican comedy web television series created by Sebastián and Emiliano Zurita, and Marcos Bucay as showrunner for Prime Video, based on certain aspects of Sebastian's life.[1] The series is produced by Campanario Entertainment, and Addiction House, and distributed by Sony Pictures Television.[1] The first season is composed of 10 half-hour episodes.[2] The show revolves around Sebastián (Sebastián Zurita), an actor who lives stuck in a famous character that he has not been able to part with. Because of this, he loses his 10-year relationship with Lucía, and now he will have to live in the new world of singleness.[3]


A Mexican actor, Sebastián, has a seemingly perfect life that will be twisted when his girlfriend had been for more than a decade, deceives him. His compress is broken and it seems that his life reaches a point of no return, sinking rapidly. Sebastián will return to the world of dating as a new single and, discover that his faculties to flirt are not the best. The rest of your single friends will help you discover that there are other single people who find it hard to find love. The Mexican series explores the advantages and disadvantages of being single in a culture in which man prevails.



  1. ^ a b Casteñeda, Fernando. "Sebastián Zurita protagonizará una nueva serie en Amazon Prime Video". (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Amazon Prime Video presentó el elenco de la serie Cómo sobrevivir soltero". (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Se revelan nuevos detalles de la serie de SPT y Campanario para Amazon". (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 September 2019.