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The series is made by the Tiger House and HC Films, produced by Guerschuny and Wainraich and directed by Wainraich. The producers of the project are Pablo Udenio and Alejandro De Grazia.
‘Casi Feliz’ is included in the list of original series produced in Argentina by Netflix. Several of the recent releases are ‘Puerta 7’ and ‘Apache: la Vida de Carlos Tevez,’ as well as other releases to come. However, Netflix recently revealed that it would open offices in Buenos Aires via a video.
When Will It Release?
Netflix released a trailer for the latest Argentinean series, Casi Feliz AKA Almost Happy, which will be released on 1 May, lasting 10 episodes.
The show was one of those revealed at a Buenos Aires event in February, when Reed Hastings, the company’s CEO, announced the launch of Argentina’s latest products on this website.
Who Would Be In The Cast?
The cast of the Spanish series Casi Feliz AKA Almost Happy includes:
- Natalie Perez
- Sebastian Wainraich
- Santiago Korovsky
In addition to them, there will be special appearances by:
- Carla Peterson
- Juan Minujín
- Julieta Diaz
- Adrián Suar
Casi Feliz is a semi-biographical comedy in which the Argentinian actor Sebastián Wainraich, comedian and radio host, faces several difficulties in his life as an adult. Sebastian has a rocky relationship with his ex-wife. She is at the same time the love of his life played by Natalie Perez and a long list of insecurities keeping him from finding a happy life that is almost ideal.
Such forms of first-person comedies, which in Serielizados are called ‘self fictions,’ are still well-formed and famous throughout the world. The Comedy’s end, Spain, from Louis CK (Louie, USA) to Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, UK) to Ignatius Farray. Now is Argentinean Sebastián Wainraich’s turn.