The HBO Max confirmed the third season of The Bronze Gardenoriginal series WarnerMedia Latin America to the HBO, which began filming this week in the city of Buenos Aires. Starred by Joaquín Furriel, the new season of the series has 8 episodes and will debut soon in the catalog of the new subscription streaming platform, and in the Premium Pay TV channel.
After a successful second season and with an Emmy®️ nomination in the category of Best Drama Series, comes the new phase of the series in which Fabiano (Furriel) intervenes again in a disappearance case. The protagonist joins the team formed by Rigonni (Marcelo Subiotto), the prosecutor Guernsback (Elisa Carricajo) and the criminalist Monterroso (Alejandro Awada) in the search for a serial hijacker.
“We bet on this production again, with a stellar cast and a captivating theme that continues to be a hit. We've stayed true to the series' storyline, which is internationally recognized and which is without a doubt what fans expect to see. We continue to strengthen our commitment to local talent and industry“, said Tomás Yankelevich, Director of General Entertainment Content at WarnerMedia Latin America.
“It is a great satisfaction to be part of O Jardim de Bronze and this third season, which is an extraordinary professional opportunity. Developing Fabián's character is a permanent challenge in which his fears, the need to continue with his investigations and the fact of living with a past that struggles to remain present must be portrayed.” commented Joaquin Furriel.
Along with Furriel, the cast is led by Juan Leyrado, Lanata Maite, Alejandro Awada, Jazmin Stuart, Luis Ziembrowsky, Rafael Spregelburd, Elisa Carricajo, Belen Chavanne, Sofia Palomino and Marcelo Subiotto, with Pepe Soriano as a guest star and the guest appearance of Norman Brisky.
The Bronze Garden is written by Gustavo Malajovich and Marcos Osorio Vidal and has executive production of Marcelo Tamburri, Paul Drago and Anouk Florence Aaron for WarnerMedia Latin America, and Diego Andrasnik and Veronica Healing to the producer Kapow.
All previous episodes and seasons of The Bronze Garden are available from HBO Max.