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Netflix Expands Madrid Production Hub & Says It Will Reach More Than 30 Spanish-Language Projects By 2023

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Netflix has said it will clock more than 30 Spanish-language projects across film, series, and non-fiction documentaries by the year’s end.

The news was unveiled by Verónica Fernández, Director of Series for Spain and Portugal at an event to mark the expansion of the streamer’s production hub in Tres Cantos, Madrid.

Netflix has been available in Spain since 2015. The streamer’s Tres Cantos campus opened in 2019 and has since doubled its stage capacity and now features ten sets and a multi-purpose space that includes the company’s first in-house post-production facility.

Fernández said the new facilities “guarantee” that creatives in Spain will have the “means to continue to tell their stories.” “No one thought we would have so much ongoing production and Spanish content,” she said at a Q&A session during the opening event. “We are 500 million Spanish speakers, but this content has gone beyond.” The Tres Cantos stages have housed some of Netflix’s biggest productions from Spain, including La noche más larga, Valeria, Fuimos canciones, and Money Heist (La casa de papel).

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