Netflix Strikes Overall Deal With ‘The House Of Flowers’ Creator Manolo Caro & Sets Spanish Period Drama ‘Someone Has To Die’

Netflix has struck an overall deal with Mexican director Manolo Caro, creator of comedy drama The House of Flowers (La Casa de las Flores).

Caro, director of films including Tales of an Immoral Couple, will develop and produce new television projects for the service as part of the multi-year deal.

The first project as part of the agreement is Alguien Tiene Que Morir (Someone Has To Die), a three-part mini-series set in Spain in the 1950s. The show, which was created by Caro, written by Monika Revilla, Fernando Perez and Manolo Caro and produced by Rafael Ley, Maria Jose Cordova, Carlos Taibo and Manolo Caro. The series begins when a young man’s parents summon him home from Mexico to introduce him to his bride-to-be, and people are shocked when he comes back with Lazaro, a mysterious ballet dancer. The group realizes that to stay one step ahead of the repressive government,

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