A Menudo-inspired series titled Súbete A Mi Moto is set to premiere in the U.S. on Feb. 14 on Estrella TV network.
The drama series will chronicle the story of the first Latin boy band set against the backdrop of the band’s anthemic songs and iconic status, as told by its creator, Edgardo Diaz, who formed the band in 1977 in Puerto Rico.
Filmed in Mexico and Puerto Rico, the series will be encapsulated in fifteen 60-minute episodes with Yamil Ureña, Braulio Castro and Rocio Verdejo, among others, as cast members.
“We are truly delighted to bring Subete a mi Moto to the U.S. Hispanic audience. Menudo was an international smash hit and the first Latin pop band to cross over to the American mainstream market,” said Ivan Stoilkovich, evp, television programming, Estrella Media, Inc. “I am certain this series will appeal to nostalgic fans in the U.S. as well as transcend generations to attract new followers to Menudo’s musical legacy.”
Súbete A Mi Moto, which premiered in Mexico and Latin America in October 2020, will be produced by Somos Productions, Endemol Shine Boomdog and Piñolywood Studios, and distributed by SOMOS Distribution. Watch a teaser of the series below: