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45 rpm (45 Revoluciones)

 

In 1960s Madrid, music producer Guillermo Rojas launches a rock 'n' roll label with the help of aspiring singer Robert and clever producer Maribel.

 

Year: 2019

Duration: 1 Season

 

Cast: Carlos Cuevas, Guiomar Puerta, Iván Marcos, Israel Elejalde, Eudald Font, Luis Larrodera, Carmen Gutiérrez, Diana Gómez, Vito Sanz, Marina San José, Pere Ponce, Joan Pera

 

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Status: Returning Series

"45 rpm" is a TV show produced by Bambú Producciones. The show was originally broadcast on Netflix and Antena 3 (Spain) and premiered on March 18th 2019. So far there have been 1 seasons (comprising of 13 episodes) of "45 rpm". The most recent episode aired on May 31st 2019 and more seasons are expected in the future.

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