List of HBO Latin America original series

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HBO Latin America has distributed a number of original programs, including original series, specials, miniseries, documentaries and films. [1]


The first self-commissioned original content series was Epitafios , released in 2004, and the company has grown its original content in the region since that time. [2] All programming is organized by its primary genre or format, country of production and is sorted by premiere date.

Original programming


Epitafios Crime drama ArgentinaAugust 14, 20042 seasons, 26 episodesEnded
Mandrake Drama BrazilOctober 30, 20052 seasons, 13 episodesEnded [3]
Filhos do Carnaval Drama BrazilMarch 5, 20062 seasons, 13 episodesEnded
Capadocia Drama MexicoMarch 2, 20083 seasons, 39 episodesEnded
Alice Drama BrazilSeptember 21, 20081 season, 13 episodesEnded
Prófugos Crime drama ChileSeptember 3, 20112 seasons, 26 episodesEnded
Preamar Drama BrazilMay 6, 20121 season, 13 episodesEnded
Destino Anthology drama BrazilNovember 25, 20123 seasons, 18 episodesEnded
Sr. Ávila Crime drama MexicoMay 26, 20134 seasons, 43 episodesEnded [4]
O Negócio Drama BrazilAugust 18, 20134 seasons, 51 episodesEnded [5]
Psi Drama BrazilMarch 24, 20144 seasons, 42 episodesPending
El hipnotizador Fantasy drama Argentina, Brazil and UruguayAugust 23, 20152 seasons, 16 episodesPending
Magnifica 70 Drama BrazilMay 24, 20153 seasons, 33 episodesEnded
Dios Inc. Thriller MexicoJanuary 24, 20161 seasons, 12 episodesPending
El Jardín de Bronce Crime drama ArgentinaJune 25, 20172 seasons, 16 episodesPending
The Secret Life of Couples Drama BrazilOctober 1, 20171 seasons, 12 episodesPending
Pico da Neblina Drama BrazilAugust 4, 20191 seasons, 10 episodesPending
Santos Dumont Historical drama BrazilNovember 10, 20191 season, 6 episodesMiniseries
Entre Hombres Drama ArgentinaSeptember 26, 20211 season, 4 episodesMiniseries
The American Guest Historical drama BrazilSeptember 26, 20211 season, 4 episodesMiniseries


Mulher de Fases Comedy BrazilApril 11, 20111 season, 13 episodesEnded
(fdp) Comedy-drama BrazilAugust 26, 20121 season, 13 episodesEnded
Todxs Nós Comedy-drama BrazilMarch 22, 20201 season, 8 episodesPending
Hard Comedy BrazilMay 17, 20201 season, 6 episodesPending


Mulher Arte Documentary BrazilJuly 24, 20141 season, 10 episodesEnded
Clubversão Documentary BrazilOctober 7, 20142 seasons, 25 episodesEnded
Héroes cotidianos Documentary MexicoNovember 3, 20141 season, 6 episodesEnded
O Nome Dela é Gal Biography BrazilJune 11, 20171 season, 4 episodesEnded
Outros Tempos Documentary BrazilJuly 4, 20172 seasons, 16 episodesEnded
Fora do Armário Documentary BrazilApril 5, 20181 season, 10 episodesEnded
Destino Rusia 2018 Miniseries Co-production with HBO Europe [6] April 6, 20181 season, 10 episodesEnded
Minha Vida É um Circo Documentary BrazilJune 4, 20181 season, 8 episodesEnded
O Negro no Futebol Brasileiro Documentary BrazilAugust 30, 20181 season, 4 episodesEnded
Dia Um Documentary BrazilOctober 1, 20181 season, 10 episodesEnded
Milton Nascimento: Intimidade e Poesia Documentary BrazilNovember 10, 20181 season, 4 episodesEnded [7]
Babel SP Documentary BrazilAugust 1, 20191 season, 7 episodesEnded
Em Nome dos Pais Documentary BrazilMarch 4, 20201 season, 4 episodesEnded
Elas no Singular Biography BrazilMarch 17, 20201 season, 8 episodesEnded
Missões de Vida Documentary BrazilApril 6, 20201 season, 10 episodesPending

Variety and talk shows

Chumel con Chumel Torres Comedy news MexicoJuly 26, 20163 seasons, 30 episodesPending
Greg News com Gregório Duvivier Comedy news BrazilMay 5, 20172 seasons, 42 episodesPending

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