Disney has announced that the Latin American crime thriller series, “Prime Time” aka “Horario Estelar”, is going to be coming on Wednesday, 15th February 2023, on Star+ in Latin America, Hulu in the United States and on Disney+ internationally, including in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

In this Mexican crime thriller, Ramiro del Solar is a respected journalist who cut his teeth doing hard-nosed reporting. Ramiro’s reputation is untouchable — a successful wife and a beautiful daughter who is following in her father’s footsteps as a serious journalist. Although Ramiro’s home life has been the subject of constant attention from the tabloids, nothing has ever tainted his standing with the public. But that just means that Ramiro has been good at hiding his secrets. When Ramiro’s younger lover Alexia, an Olympic medallist and his daughter’s best friend, dies while in the company of Ramiro, he opts to destroy evidence of their relationship. But as the case becomes a national sensation, Ramiro moves to use his status to sway the investigation… until it hits him where he’s most vulnerable. After his daughter becomes the prime suspect, Ramiro arrives at a crossroad: admit to what he’s done, or hire his daughter the best lawyer money can buy.

The series was filmed in a number of different locations in Mexico, and is made up of ten 45-minute episodes, “Primetime” is written by Horacio Convertini, Martín Bustos, Mariano Cohn, Gastón Duprat and Norma Lazo

Here are some character posters for this upcoming show:

Will you be checking out “Prime Time”?

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