Jaguar Date Announcement: Netflix New Series on Nazis After World War II

Jaguar trailer review

Netflix has shared a video of his new upcoming series “Jaguar” on Tuesday, 24 August 2021. Jaguar Netflix series is set on 1960’s Spain, where a Holocaust survivor join a group of agents who seeking justice against the hundreds of Nazis who fled to the nation to hide after the World War II. The upcoming original Spanish series “Jaguar” starring Blanca Suárez in the main lead roles.  

The official synopsis of Jaguar series is set in 1960’s Spain, where a refugee for hundreds of Nazis after World War II. Isabel Garrido (Blanca Suárez), a young woman who managed to survive from the mauthausen extermination camp and went on the trail of name Bachmann, who is known as most dangerous man in the Europe. But during this chase she discover that she is not alone in this mission, there is a gang that does not forget the name of Nazis or their faces and after that she unite with a group of agents in the search of justice. Her Code name is Jaguar. 

This suspenseful exciting Netflix series is directed by Carlos Sedes and Jacobo Martínez. Jaguar series is created by Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira alongside with David Orea, Salvador S. Molina and Moises Gómez. According to the creator Campos, “It is most ambitious series which he faced in his career. This series is about what happened to thousands of Spaniards in the Nazi death camps and how later and many years ago, those criminals live in our country with total freedom. It time for us to get to know that part of our history.”     

This mystery exciting thrilling series is set to be premiere on 22nd September 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. Narrator tells that they cannot forget who they are or what they did to them and what are they capable of doing. They know the real faces of Nazis and its memories. Check out the video of date announcement of Jaguar series shared by Netflix:-   

The star cast of Jaguar Series will be Blanca Suárez as Isabel Garrido, Ivan Marcos as Lucena, Francesc Garrido as Marse, Adrian Lastra as Sordo and Oscar Casas as Castro.

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