Luis Miguel: The Series
|Luis Miguel: The Series|
|Spanish||Luis Miguel: La serie|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||18 (list of episodes)|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||22 April 2018 –|
Luis Miguel: The Series (Spanish: Luis Miguel: La serie) is a Spanish-language American biographical television series produced by Gato Grande Productions along to MGM Television for Netflix and Telemundo. It is an authorized version on the life of the Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It stars Diego Boneta as the titular character. Filming began on November 16, 2017.
On 22 April 2018, Karla Gonzales, series showrunner, confirmed that the show has been renewed for a second season. On 7 January 2020, it was confirmed that the shooting of the second season would begin in February 2020 and that the season is scheduled to be released in the same year. However, in April 2020, the shooting of the second season was put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and on May 21, 2020, it was announced that the season would be released on April 18, 2021. 
Before being known as Luis Miguel, Micky, as his family called him, finds a great satisfaction, love, and security alongside his beloved mother Marcela (Anna Favella) and his younger brother Alex (Juanpa Zurita). A singer of natural talent, he begins gaining recognition and popularity until he turns 11, when his father, Luis Rey (Óscar Jaenada), obsessively gives himself the task of turning his son into the superstar that he himself did not manage to be. As Micky grows and becomes a pop star of the time, with the name of Luis Miguel (Diego Boneta), problems associated with fame and protecting his private life and his great loves begin. While the world falls in love with the masculine image of a tanned young man with a beautiful smile and fascinating lifestyle in Acapulco, which was the hallmark of his career, what lies behind this reality is how fame and fortune can impact a family.
- Diego Boneta as Luis Miguel
- Izan Llunas as Child Luis Miguel (season 1)
- Óscar Jaenada as Luis Rey (season 1)
- Camila Sodi as Erika, based on Issabela Camil[a]
- Martín Bello as Tito (season 1; recurring season 2)
- Anna Favella as Marcela Basteri (season 1)
- César Bordón as Hugo López[b]
- Juanpa Zurita as Alex Basteri[c]
- Paulina Dávila as Mariana Yazbek (season 1)[d]
- Vanessa Bauche as Rosy Esquivel (season 1)[e]
- Macarena Achaga as Michelle Salas (season 2)[f]
- Fernando Guallar as Mauricio Ambrosi (season 2)
- Pablo Cruz as Patricio Robles (season 2)
Recurring and guest
- Alfonso Borbolla as Raúl Velasco
- León Peraza as Andrés García
- Alberto Caneva as Sergio Basteri
- Sergio Lanza as Juan Carlos Calderón
- Javier Gómez as Jaime Camil Garza
- Luis de la Rosa as Young Luis Miguel
- Vicente Tamayo as Bobby, based on Roberto Palazuelos
- Alexis Ortega as Burro, based on Jorge van Rankin
- Kevin Holt as Miguel Alemán Magnani
- Gabriel Nuncio as El Doc
- Pilar Santacruz as Sophie, based on Stephanie Salas
- Andrés Almeida as Armando Serna
- Arturo Barba as El Tigre Azcárraga, based on Emilio Azcárraga Milmo
- Mario Zaragoza as General Durazo, based on Arturo Durazo Moreno
- Hugo Catalán as Moro, based on Alejandro González Iñárritu
- Albi De Abreu as Miguel Ángel Villegas
- Isabel Burr as Adela Noriega
- Marcela Guirado as Verónica Castro
- Sofía Castro as Alina
- Karla Carrillo as Conductora MTV
- Aurora Gil as Cynthia Casas
- Viridiana Olvera as Pati Chapoy
- Pierre David as Armando Manzanero
- Daniel Cubillo as Bebu Silvetti
- Fatima Molina as Paola Moreno
- Teresa Ruiz as Azucena
- Juan Ignacio Cané as José Pérez
- Valery Sais as young Michelle
- Axel Llunas as young Sergio Basteri
- Luis Miguel as Himself
- Jorge van Rankin as Himself
- Toño Mauri as Himself
- Alejandro Basteri as Himself
On 9 April 2018, Telemundo published through its website Now Telemundo a preview of the first episode entitled "Primera Mirada". The first episode of the series premiered on 12 April 2018 during an exclusive screening held in Beverly Hills, California, as part of the presentation of the series, Its official premiere was on 22 April 2018 on Telemundo at 9pm/8c, and in Spain and Latin America on Netflix after its broadcast on television, each episode is broadcast every Sunday.
|Season||Timeslot (ET)||Episodes||First aired||Last aired||Avg. viewers
|1||Sunday 9:00 p.m.||13||22 April 2018||0.95||15 July 2018||0.74||0.77||TBD|
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||April 22, 2018||July 15, 2018|
|2||8||April 18, 2021||May 30, 2021|
Season 1 (2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date||US viewers|
|1||1||"Cuando calienta el sol"|
"Nace El Sol de México[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares & Daniel Krauze||22 April 2018||0.95|
|Luis Rey, the father of Luis Miguel discovers the enormous talent of his son at 10 years old and is responsible for managing his career and personal life. While, Micky meets his first love, Mariana Yazbek.|
"Luis Miguel despide a su padre[Note 1]"
|Natalia Beristáin & Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares & Carolina Rivera||29 April 2018||0.88|
|Micky sings on TV, for the first time. Luis Rey tries to get Michael Jackson for a duet with his son. After obeying his father for many years and being exploited at will, Luis Miguel opens his eyes to so many lies, demands and manipulation.|
|3||3||"Yo que no vivo sin ti"|
"Marcela se humilla por su hijo[Note 1]"
|Natalia Beristáin & Humberto Hinojosa||Flavia Atencio & Susana Casares||6 May 2018||0.82|
|Luis Rey manages to have Micky sing at the wedding of the daughter of the president of Mexico: he uses Marcela, turning a blind eye to a powerful man who wants her. Luis Miguel looks for his own style.|
|4||4||"Culpable o no"|
"Luis Miguel rompe con Mariana[Note 1]"
|Natalia Beristáin & Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares||13 May 2018||0.83|
|Luis Miguel is devastated by his break with his first love and the composer, Juan Carlos Calderón, is inspired by his pain and writes "Culpable o No", one of his most emblematic themes. Alex finds a letter from Marcela and he gets mad at Luis Miguel, believing that he betrayed him.|
|5||5||"La chica del bikini azul"|
"El padre de Luismi lo estafa[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Daniel Krauze||20 May 2018||0.87|
|Luis Miguel, isolated in his spiral of evasion, alcohol and sex, does not know that his father and uncle divert funds to accounts in Switzerland. A fan ends up in the hospital, due to the recklessness of Luis Miguel.|
"Luis Rey droga a Mickey[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Flavia Atencio & José Luis Gutiérrez Arias||27 May 2018||0.62|
|The ambition of Luis Rey has no boundaries; he bribes a doctor to prescribe Luis Miguel's ephedrine, and so he continues with the film and his concerts.|
"Luis Miguel abre los ojos[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares & Carolina Rivera||3 June 2018||0.67|
|Outraged by the farces of his father, Luis Miguel interrogates him about the whereabouts of his mother and demands that he return the 20 million dollars, which he stole. If not, Luis Miguel will be imprisoned, for not paying taxes.|
|8||8||"Alguien como tú"|
"Micky pierde su virginidad[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Daniel Krauze||10 June 2018||0.66|
|Concerned about the change of voice of his son to his 13 years, Luis Rey hires a prostitute, so that Micky becomes a man. Luis Miguel is reunited with an old friend, Erika Camil.|
|9||9||"Todo el amor del mundo"|
"Luismi busca a su madre[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares||17 June 2018||0.62|
|Luis Miguel is affected, to discover that his mother was in a psychiatric, in the Canary Islands, by a strong depression and wants to know where he is. The farce of Luis Rey comes to light. Luis Miguel becomes increasingly frustrated because the reporters keep asking him questions about his father.|
"Una pista de Marcela[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Daniel Krauze||24 June 2018||0.74|
|With the help of the private investigator, Luis Miguel enters the psychiatric hospital, to confirm if the mysterious woman in the photograph is her mother. Luis Rey is on the verge of bankruptcy.|
"Lo que marcó la vida de Luismi[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares & Daniel Krauze||1 July 2018||0.84|
|Marcela leaves Luis Rey and he forces Luis Miguel to choose who he prefers to live with. Luis Miguel dedicates the theme, "Marcela" to his mother and it is the last time he sees her and that she appears in public. Luis Miguel and Erika pursue a relationship.|
|12||12||"No me platiques más"|
"Micky gana su primer Grammy[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Susana Casares & Daniel Krauze||8 July 2018||0.65|
|As one of the youngest in the industry, Luis Miguel at age fifteen, is recognized with this award from the US Academy of Arts and Sciences, for the song “Me gustas tal como eres”. The truth about Luis Miguel's birthplace comes out, forcing him to apologize to the public.|
|13||13||"No me puedes dejar así"|
"Luis Rey muere con su secreto[Note 1]"
|Humberto Hinojosa||Daniel Krauze||15 July 2018||0.74|
|Luis Miguel begs his father, for the last time, to tell him where his mother is. Luis Rey takes the secret to his grave, but a new hopeful track emerges. Luismi recognizes his daughter.|
Season 2 (2021)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|14||1||"Qué nivel de mujer"||Humberto Hinojosa||Daniel Krauze||18 April 2021|
|In 1992, Luis Miguel attends his father Luis Rey's funeral in Cádiz, Spain where Matilde, his paternal grandmother, refuses to grant Micky full custody of his younger brother Sergio and Micky warns her that he will not allow his uncle Tito to exploit Sergio like his own father did to him in the past. To ensure Sergio's safety, he and his brother Alex get him a flight to Mexico without telling Tito or Matilde. Micky finds out, through an Israeli agency, that the woman found near a bank is not actually Marcela, but instead María Carrasco, Micky's former neighbor who reveals that Tito bribed her into remaining quiet about the day Marcela was last seen and when she came to the house she heard screaming and Tito's clothes were covered in blood. Coerced into revealing Marcela's whereabouts, Tito tells Micky that she and his father had an argument which escalated into an accident had Marcela suffered. Meanwhile, in 2005, a now adult Micky is giving presentations at the National Auditorium until in the middle of a concert he has accident that damages his hearing due to a problem in the audio equipment and he is quickly rushed to the hospital.|
|15||2||"Noche de paz"||Humberto Hinojosa||Ana Sofía Clerici and Daniel Krauze||18 April 2021|
|The aftermath of Micky's hearing accident causes him to plunge into an alcoholism spiral due to depression over cancelling all of his presentations for at least a year until he fully recovers. Even when he tries to record a song at the studio, Micky isn't able to keep himself on track because of his self-destructive behavior and a frequent beep in his infected ear, on account of the high volume that caused his earphone to explode. Back in 1992, shocked about Tito's confession, Micky tries at all costs to buy his father's house in Las Matas, Madrid, in order to make sure that Marcela is buried in said place, refusing to adhere to the investigator's unethical methods to proceed with the task. Micky's obsession with investigating the truth about his mother strains his relationships with Alex, Sergio and his girlfriend Erika, who leaves for New York after being ignored by him. After a conversation with Hugo and watching with Sergio a video of Luis Rey giving a serenade to Marcela, Micky finally decides to drop the investigation, instead dedicating the song "Hasta Que Me Olvides" in his mother's memory and visiting his daughter Michelle for the first time.|
|16||3||"Suave"||Humberto Hinojosa||Diego Ayala and Daniel Krauze||25 April 2021|
|Micky has been having a bad time due to misunderstandings he has with both Sergio and Alex, as are his attempts to reconnect with Michelle, whom he hasn't seen for eleven years. He also struggles with the decreasing stardom of his career while a new singer, Cris Valdés, whose song "No lo Harás" becomes a worlwide hit, arises. His new manager, Patricio Robles, urges Micky to go to Viña del Mar to regain the public's attention. Micky hires guitarist Kiko Cibrián as the producer of his upcoming album, Aries. After Alex accidentally crashes his car, Micky scolds him for his irresponsibility and they get into argument which ends with Alex deciding to stop living with his brothers, which angers Sergio. Meanwhile, Michelle, now 18-years-old, is eager to meet her father Micky, something that Sophie strongly opposes both because she wants nothing to do with him and they are about to move to Miami. After some thought, Michelle is finally allowed to see him. Although everything seems to go well, Michelle leaves in disgust while they are having dinner after Micky turns down her offer to live with him, choosing to buy her a house rather than sharing his. Mauricio, who is Micky's childhood friend and helped Michelle to get in touch with him, convinces her to give a relationship with her father a chance and let him try even if he messes up.|
|17||4||"Ayer"||Adrián Grünberg||Karin Valecillos||2 May 2021|
|18||5||"Te extraño"||Adrián Günberg||Paulina Barros and Daniel Krauze||9 May 2021|
|19||6||TBA||TBA||TBA||16 May 2021|
|20||7||TBA||TBA||TBA||23 May 2021|
|21||8||TBA||TBA||TBA||30 May 2021|
- Titles of its broadcast by Telemundo.
- Camila Sodi is credited as a series regular from 1x08 through 2x03, but is uncredited in 2x04. From 2x05 she is demoted to recurring cast.
- César Bordón is credited as a series regular from 1x01 through 2x05.
- Juanpa Zurita is only credited as a series regular in the episodes in which he appears.
- Paulina Dávila is credited as a series regular from 1x01 through 1x04.
- In season 1, Vanessa Bauche is only credited as a series regular in the episodes in which she appears.
- Macarena Achaga is credited as a series regular from 2x03 onwards.
Awards and nominations
|2018||Fénix Awards||Best Series||Nominated|
|Produ Awards||Director of Photography||Marc Bellver||Won|
|Best Actor in Miniseries or TV-Series||Óscar Jaenada||Won|
|Best Actor (Best digital strategy)||Diego Boneta||Won|
|2019||Spanish Actors Union||Best Actor in an International Production||Óscar Jaenada||Nominated|
|Platino Awards||Best Actor in Miniseries or TV-Series||Diego Boneta||Nominated|
|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||April 22, 2018|
|Label||Sony Music Entertainment|
|Singles from Luis Miguel|
|1.||"Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (Diego Boneta)||3:12|
|2.||"Cuando Calienta el Sol" (Diego Boneta)||3:59|
|3.||"Fría Como el Viento" (Diego Boneta)||3:49|
|4.||"Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer" (Diego Boneta)||3:33|
|5.||"La Malagueña" (Izan Llunas)||4:08|
|6.||"Frente a una Copa de Vino" (Izan Llunas)||2:15|
|7.||"Culpable o No (Miénteme Como Siempre)" (Diego Boneta)||3:56|
|8.||"La Chica del Bikini Azul" (Diego Boneta)||3:00|
|9.||"Yo que no vivo sin ti" (Diego Boneta)||3:28|
|10.||"La Incondicional" (Diego Boneta)||4:20|
|11.||"1 + 1 = Dos Enamorados" (Izan Llunas)||3:33|
|12.||"Será que no me amas (Blame It On the Boogie)" (Diego Boneta)||4:08|
|13.||"Tengo Todo Excepto a Ti" (Diego Boneta)||4:35|
|14.||"Alguien Como Tú (Somebody In Your Life)" (Diego Boneta)||4:05|
|15.||"Palabra de honor" (Diego Boneta)||3:41|
|16.||"No Me Platiques Más" (Diego Boneta)||3:36|
|17.||"Mamá, Mamá" (Izan Llunas)||3:09|
|18.||"Decídete" (Izan Llunas)||3:05|
|19.||"No Me Puedes Dejar Así" (Izan Llunas)||3:30|
|20.||"Todo el Amor del Mundo" (Izan Llunas)||2:42|
|21.||"Marcela" (Izan Llunas)||2:51|
The soundtrack of the series only contains 21 songs available on Spotify. There are some songs that are not shown in the album and are listed below:
- "Soy Como Quiero Ser" performed by Izan Llunas
- "Eres" performed by Izan Llunas
|Mexico (AMPROFON)||1× Gold||30,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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- Awards and nominations
- Winners of 2018
- Lista de nominados en los Premios Unión de Actores y Actrices 2019
- Premios Platino: Estos son todos los nominados en cine y televisión
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