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Directed byPablo Larraín
Jonathan Jakubowicz
StarringNéstor Cantillana
Benjamín Vicuña
Luis Gnecco
Country of originChile
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes26
Producer(s)Rodrigo Flores
Juan de Dios Larraín
Cristián de la Fuente
Running time45–55 minutes
Original networkHBO Latin America
Original releaseSeptember 3, 2011 (2011-09-03) –
December 8, 2014 (2014-12-08)

Prófugos (Spanish for Fugitives) is a Chilean television drama series produced by Fabula Productions and Efe3. It is transmitted to America by HBO Latin America.[1] In 2014, the series was nominated for International Emmy Awards.[2]


The series follows the Farragut family, led by Kika (Claudia di Girolamo), a woman who, after losing her husband, convinces her eldest son, Vicente (Néstor Cantillana), a veterinarian, to take his father's place, making him the head of a cartel. The Farragut family has as enemies the Aguilera family, who runs a rival drug cartel, led by Iván (Luis Dubó), considered one of the most powerful and ruthless drug traffickers in the region.

In its second season, the story presents Moreno (Luis Gnecco), Vicente (Néstor Cantillana) and Tegui struggling to survive in a maximum security prison while Laura (Blanca Lewin) manages the drug trafficking business, which she plans to enlarge.[3]


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