Spain’s version of Disney+ has a series in the works based on The Invisible Girl.
Beta Film has partnered with Morena Films and Disney + Spain, picking up international distribution rights to the young-adult mystery drama “The Invisible Girl,” based on the best-selling book trilogy of the same name by Blue Jeans, a leading figure in YA literature.
The story centers on Aurora Ríos, the ‘invisible girl’, as she deals with the feeling that people don’t really see her. But, when Aurora goes missing and winds up dead next to a compass, two of her classmates, Julia and Emilio, take up the investigation into her murder. Originally published in Spanish, the series is currently being filmed in Carmona, Seville, a southern part of Spain. The provinces of El Viso del Alcor and Gerena are some other sites used for filming.
The Invisible Girl will premiere on Disney+ Spain. Though no launch date has been set, fans of the series are highly anticipating its move from the page to the screen.
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