Monday, January 29, 2018

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 1920'S EPIC TV SAGA 'MOROCCO: LOVE IN TIMES OF WAR' AIRING WORLDWIDE ON NETFLIX!

  NEW EPIC SERIES 'MOROCCO:
LOVE IN TIMES OF WAR'
The series is currently airing worldwide on Netflix
I know that your trusted spy often presents you with programmes you can't really catch on your respected networks and TV stations, but here is something that is currently airing on Netflix worldwide! New Spanish historical saga MOROCCO: LOVE IN TIMES OF WAR,  a thirteen episode series set in 1921, following nurse trainees from Madrid's upper class who open a hospital in Melilla for Rif War soldiers, finding friendship and romance while saving lives.
This Spanish saga has 13 hour long episodes

BASED ON TRUE EVENTS
In the 1920s, the Spanish Queen sends a group of barely trained young ladies of nobility to Morocco to provide much needed medical support for the wounded in the Spanish Moroccan war. Young, beautiful, ambitious Julia is one of these young upper class nurses who clash with their lower class colleagues once she arrives. But unlike all her female companions (and rivals), Julia is completely untrained and really only wants to find her fianc√© and her brother, both Spanish soldiers and missing in combat. Secretly embarking on the mission but soon caught by unyielding head nurse Carmen, Julia has embarked on a life changing journey. Confronted first hand with the strife of the wounded and the hardships of the medical work at a field hospital, Julia and her fellow nurses Pilar, Magdalena and Veronica are forced to redefine their morals and priorities and come to a much deeper understanding of who they really are and what they really want from life …and love.Amaia Salamanca, Alex Garcia and Veronica Sanchez lead the cast.

6 comments:

  1. It looks good. Nice to see that Netflix will be airing it. They haven't had much worth watching in quite some time.

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    1. it is already airing it, methinks, not that I have Netflix :)

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    2. I haven't even bothered to scroll through Netflix lately. I've been using Amazon to catch up on shows. I should head over and see what Netflix has now, but something tells me I'll be quite disappointed. I don't even know why we keep their service anymore.

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    3. It must be horrible paying for all those services and cable TV fee too! Do you have to pay monthly tax for national broadcaster like us as well? We have to pay no matter whether you have a TV or no, and it is not a small amount either. But you don't have national TV broadcaster like us and the Brits with their BBC.

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    4. We cancelled our cable last year since we never watched it. No, we don't have television fees unless we buy the service here. I only pay for Netflix, which I think is only $12 a month and Amazon video is included in our Prime membership fee. We pay $100 a year for that but we also get free 2 day shipping and a few other goodies with that subscription. That sounds like highway robbery having to pay for tv if you don't even have one. Pft!

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    5. it's because they consider our national broadcaster a channel of state importance, which is partly true, since, unlike commercial channels, they air more quality programmes the same as BBC, but it is still a very bad TV which I never watched even when I had a TV in my room :)

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)