Miami, FL – February 9, 2018 – Last night Telemundo unveiled an exclusive preview of "Enemigo Intimo," the network’s new Super Series™, set to premiere on Wednesday, February 21 at 10 pm/9c. Starring Fernanda Castillo, Raúl Méndez and Matías Novoa, the series tells the story of a brother and sister who were separated as young children but come together again many years later. Neither of them is aware of the past they share: the same parents, a happy childhood, and the crime that separated them. He has never stopped looking for her, but she has no memory of the past. Now fate has brought them face to face in an all-out war.
Filmed in Zurich, Switzerland, Mexico, and cities along the U.S.-Mexico border, the ambitious production features a stellar cast including Rafael Sánchez Navarro, Guillermo Quintanilla, Samadhi Zendejas, Diego Soldano, Otto Sirgo, Alex Speitzer, María del Carmen Félix, Mayra Rojas, Alpha Acosta, Armando Hernández, Iván Aragón, Tomás Rojas, Elvira Monsell, Mónica Jiménez, Leonardo Daniel, Valentina Acosta, Miguel Moreno, Rafael Nieves and Alan Ciangherotti.
“Enemigo Íntimo” is an original Telemundo Studios production written by Francisco Cordero and Humbert Barrero and directed by Danny Gavidia and Felipe Aguilar, with Mariana Iskandarani and Mónica Vizzi as executive producers.
The premiere of “Enemigo Intimo” (10pm/9c) is part of Telemundo’s double premiere evening that also features the grand debut of the network’s original production “Al Otro Lado Del Muro” (9pm/8c). The one-of-a-kind programming night will introduce audiences to two must-see productions that promise to keep them at the edge of their seats.
Viewers can follow the production on Facebook at Facebook.com/EnemigoIntimoTLMD, and Instagram at @EnemigoIntimoTLMD.
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