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Netflix to adapt Gabriel García Márquez’s literary classic One Hundred Years of Solitude into a Spanish-language series.
The SVOD service has acquired the rights to develop the novel, which was first published in 1967 and has sold over 50M copies.
García Márquez’s sons Rodrigo Garcia and Gonzalo García Barcha will serve as executive producers on the series, which will be filmed mainly in Colombia.
The book, delving deep into magical realism, tells the story of the multi-generational Buendia family, whose patriarch Jose Arcadio Buendia founded Macondo, a fictional town in Colombia.
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