Colombian series on Disney+ premieres in June.
The series starring Pipe Bueno and Karol Sevilla was filmed in Cartagena.
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The new Disney+ production Siempre fui yo that follows Lupe's adventures from Mexico to Cartagena has a premiere date for June in Latin America and Spain.
Siempre fui yo will premiere in Latin America and Spain on June 15. The series has 10 40-minute episodes and was directed by Colombian Felipe Cano.
On Thursday, May 12, the first poster and a teaser of the new production were released, revealing new details of the plot. Made entirely in Colombia, Siempre fui yo has a strong musical component and presents a story of mystery and romance, with the paradise Colombian Caribbean as a backdrop.
The series follows the adventures of Lupe (Karol Sevilla), a young Mexican woman whose life takes an unexpected turn when she learns of the death of her father, El Faraón (Christian Tappan) — Colombia's top music star — and decides to leave her native country behind to travel to Cartagena to attend the funeral.
On her journey, she meets Noah (Pipe Bueno), a young man who was her father's assistant, with whom she embarks on a mission full of danger, romance and lots of music to unravel the mystery in the heart of the Colombian Caribbean.
Mexican Karol Sevilla's fans are waiting for the new original songs that she will perform in the series with Pipe Bueno. These have been produced by Cali & El Dandee and Andrés Torres.