'Bosé' the series premiers on Paramount+
It tells the story of the life of singer Miguel Bosé, and is available on Paramount+.
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The new series Bosé will tell the life of Spanish singer Miguel Bosé, who is one of the most successful and controversial artists of the end of the last century full of "monsters" that "eat him from the inside," according to the show's description.
In addition, Bosé will also talk about the Spanish singer's life, addressing his troubled relationship with his parents, his longing to find love and the need to find his own way, reported El País.
This new Paramount+ production will be told in several episodes named after his 10 most popular songs, starting with his first hit in 1977 and concluding with a tremendous concert in Cuba, in 2011.
"The series is a jewel, it was very difficult in such a big life, so wide, to find the best moments and to sow them. It was a work of titans, a work that has been done over many years," said Bosé during the launch of the series in Mexico.
The actors who bring Bosé to life are Iván Sánchez, 47, who plays the older version of the artist; and José Pastor, 28, who plays the role of a young Bosé.
Both Sánchez and Pastor received guidance from Bosé himself so they could assume their roles as best as possible. When the actors had any questions or doubts, they turned to Bosé.
"I played (for his acting work) with three adjectives that helped me when it came to acting: sensitive, brave and free. Above all free," said Pastor in an interview with El País.
Sanchez told Infobae that "it has been a wonder and a privilege to be able to do this. He knows that I am very fond of him, he has always been there and has told me whatever I needed to call him. And I thank him from the bottom of my heart."