(from Netflix's press release, November 2018) Today Netflix has announced the start of production of Hache, its new thriller featuring Adriana Ugarte (Julieta, Palmeras en la nieve, La Señora, El tiempo entre costuras), Javier Rey (Isabel, Velvet, Fariña) and Eduardo Noriega (Perfectos Desconocidos, Abre los ojos, El Lobo, Tesis), produced by Weekend Studio. Taking the audience back to the beginning of the 60s, the series portrays an unknown side of a Barcelona in full economic and social takeoff. In addition to filming in Barcelona, the team will also travel to Manresa, Terrassa, Tarragona and other locations in Catalonia in order to recreate that decade. Created by Verónica Fernández (Cuéntame, El Príncipe, Velvet Colección) and directed by Jorge Torregrossa (La vida inesperada, Fariña, Velvet Colección), Hache is inspired by real events. The story follows Helena, (Adriana Ugarte) a prostitute who begins as a simple worker in the hands of Malpica (Javier Rey), the head of a mafia gang that operates in the city of Barcelona in the 1960s. Helena will go through a sinuous learning process which will take her from the most meaningless position to become the leader of that same heroin organization.