Since last Thursday FOX users of Play online content platform FOX International Channels in Latin America, have exclusive access to the sixteen episodes that make up the complete third season of the original production which broke box office records for audience in Latin America.
Simultaneously, FOX channel will premiere every Thursday at 22.00 pm. two episodes on its regular schedule.
Thus for the first time, FOX Play gives access to a full season of unpublished episodes to enjoy anytime, anywhere on different devices from PCs, smartphones, tablets, to set top boxes.
Filmed in Colombia and Honduras and, like its predecessors, produced by FOX Telecolombia; the third season of this series, will feature performances by Argentine Macarena Achaga (Sitiados/Besieged) and Mauro Mauad (Capo), Peruvian Salvador del Solar (Tiempo Final/End Time) and Colombian Laura Londoño (Comando de elite/Elite Command) in addition to the main cast led by Argentine Brenda Asnicar and Mexican Ricardo Abarca, alongside Mexicans Miguel Rodarte, Victor Jimenez and Ruben Zamora, Venezuelans Ruddy Rodriguez and Albi de Abreu and Colombians Cristina Umaña, Nikolas Rincon, Juan Diego Sanchez, Manuel Sarmiento Sebastian Rendon, Julio Nava and Natalia Reyes.
“Cumbia Ninja was a big gamble from the start, since never before something similar had occurred in Latin America. The combination of its originality, high quality of production, international cast, special effects and a strong musical presence did not go unnoticed by the public, exceeding our expectations with record ratings throughout the region and their video clips and having all of them 136 million views in YouTube official channels,” said Jorge Stamadianos, SVP Development of FOX International Channels Latin America.
Based on an original idea by Andres Gelos (“Kdabra”), who wrote it with Martin Preusche (“Kdabra”), Natacha Caravia (“Kdabra”) and Luis Langlemey (“Kdabra”), the season finale features the direction of Colombians Felipe Martinez (“Bluff”, “Kdabra”) and Riccardo Gabrielli (“La Lectora/The Reader”, “Tiempo Final/End Time”) and Mexican director Alvaro Curiel (“Acorazados/Battleships”).