Unstoppable (TV series)

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Unstoppable
Desenfrenadas.jpg
GenreTeen drama
Starring
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Production
Executive producer(s)Diego Martínez Ulanosky
Octavio Gortázar
Estefanía Leal
Mariana "Rana" González
Producer(s)Raúl Aragón
Lea Le Ngoc
CinematographyJulio Llorente
Running time34-43 minutes
Production company(s)Caponeto
DistributorNetflix
Release
Original networkNetflix
Original release28 February 2020 (2020-02-28)
External links
Website

Unstoppable (Spanish: Desenfrenadas) is a Mexican comedy-drama web television series that premiered on Netflix on 28 February 2020.[1] It stars Tessa Ía, Bárbara López, Lucía Uribe, and Coty Camacho.[2]

The series was created and produced by Diego Martínez Ulanosky. Ulanosky also directed seven of the episodes with the other three directed by Julio Hernández Cordón and Elisa Miller.

Plot[edit]

The series revolves around three friends, Rocío, Vera, and Carlota who decide to take a road trip to Oaxaca and meet a stranger who will make their lives change completely.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1"I Want to Go to Hell"Diego Martínez UlanoskyDiego Martínez Ulanosky28 February 2020 (2020-02-28)
Rocío a promising medical student who is engaged to her long term boyfriend finds herself crumbling under the pressure to succeed. After a celebration following her academic success she and her two best friends, Vera and Carlota, decide to blow off some steam in Oaxaca. Meanwhile Marcela is refuses to be pimped out by her boyfriend and goes on the run, after stealing money and a gun from the man her boyfriend tried to sell her to.
2"Check Your Privilege"Diego Martínez UlanoskyDiego Martínez Ulanosky28 February 2020 (2020-02-28)
At a gas station pit stop Marcela asks Vera and the girls for a ride to Oaxaca. Though Rocío wants to give her a lift, Vera refuses. Marcela then pulls a gun on them. After some quick thinking from Vera they manage to escape Marcela when they convince her to check on the car tires. In Oaxaca the girls get dressed up and go to a club. Vera makes out with Gonzalo to make her DJ boyfriend Cris, jealous but later ditches Gonzalo to have sex with Cris in the bathroom. Carlota makes a surprising connection with a stranger who invites her to an art gallery when she uses the men's bathroom. At the end of the night Marcela rejoins them in the car and holds them up again.
3"What Shocks You, Checks You"Diego Martínez Ulanosky & Elisa MillerDiego Martínez Ulanosky28 February 2020 (2020-02-28)
Rocío vows to help Marcela reunite with her brother, a process which is impeded when Marcela runs away after realizing drug dealers are after her. Carlota and the girls go to the feminist art gallery she was invited to where she learns the boy she met is actually dating one of the artists. Vera runs into Gonzalo at a bar and after drinking heavily he tries to rape her. The attempted rape is stopped by Marcela, who threatens him with a gun before the two escape.
4"Highschool pact"Diego Martínez UlanoskyDiego Martínez UlanoskyFebruary 28, 2020 (2020-02-28)
When the police arrive at the girls' hotel looking for answer they make a break for it only to realize that the police were actually there looking for Rocío as her family is worried about her. Meanwhile Rocío can't stop thinking about her sister who committed suicide. Now firmly bonded as friends the group decide to head to Vera's fathers luxurious estate until they can figure out their next move.
5"First World Problems"Diego Martínez UlanoskyDiego Martínez UlanoskyFebruary 28, 2020 (2020-02-28)
Vera tries to unwind at her father's house but is bothered by her stepmother's presence and past memories. After Vera fights with her stepmother the girls are kicked out of the house and forced to seek refuge elsewhere in the middle of a coming storm.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santillán, Tamara. "Desenfrenadas, la serie de Netflix que estamos esperando, ya tiene trailer". elle.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2 February 2020.
  2. ^ Santillán, Tamara. "Desenfrenadas: la nueva serie mexicana de Netflix que es puro girl power". elle.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2 February 2020.

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