Series start for Warner TV series

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With the Spanish dramedy Maricon perdido aka Mein queeres Leben, series creator Bob Pop processes his experiences as a gay outsider in the 80s. The format can be seen today as a German premiere on Warner TV Series.

This Thursday, November 25th, the Spanish series celebrates my queer life (original title: “Lost fagot“) Via Warner TV series German premiere. On November 25th and December 2nd, three episodes each will run from 8:15 p.m. as German premieres. The audience can choose between German dubbing and Spanish original sound.

Beginning in the 1980s, the dramedy tells the story of Roberto, a lovable outsider and his bullying experience as an overweight, homosexual musical fan. In parallel storylines, the series shows him as a pupil in the Spanish province as well as a student in search of himself, happiness and love and traces his way to his present life as an artist in a world that is often cold and negative to him was cruel to face and face.

Series creator Bob Pop is happy about the success of the production: “‘My queer life’ is my story, but I think it is representative of many who have gone through similar things. Writing the series has been a redeeming experience and has helped me reach a point where I’m happy despite everything. Precisely because I can tell my story and am not alone with it. Thank you for accompanying me on this trip.

Bob Pop has been very successful as a comedian, critic, author and columnist in his home country since 2005. Among other things, he uses his fame to draw attention to LGBTQ issues. He can also be seen in the series – he took on the role of the adult Roberto.

With “My queer life“For the first time, German WarnerMedia is bringing an in-house production by its Spanish colleagues onto its home screen. “We are also showing that Europe has long been in the premier league of series productions“, Says Marion Rathmann, Vice President Entertainment Channels, for Germany, among others at WarnerMedia.

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