‘The Messiah’ and ‘Little Faith’ sweep the CINEMANÍA 2024 Seriemanía Awards for the best series of the season

Most of them hook you, but only the best series stay with you forever. In the second edition of the Seriemania Awards from CINEMANIA, celebrated with the collaboration of Movistar Plus+, Grefusa, Government of Aragon y Zaragoza Film Office, The artistic talent, innovative ideas and creative vision responsible for the most admirable small doses of fiction that have accompanied us during the last season have been highlighted.

“I thought I could tell you this year that I’m quitting, but it’s the other way around: it’s getting worse. I keep watching series that are beyond my means and so do you,” confessed Carlos Maranon, director of CINEMANIA, before giving way to the awards ceremony on a night in which The Messiah (Movistar Plus+) was the big winner, taking home two awards.

Javier Calvo y Javier Ambrossi They won the award for best national drama series, and Ana Rujas went up for the award for best cast, which he shares with Lola Duenas y Carmen Machi like the three interpreters of Montserrat Baró. “I am so excited to receive this award from the magazine that accompanied me for many years of my life when I dreamed of being an actress, and here I am,” she said. A sentiment shared by another reader of the magazine: Paul Lopez, best actor for See you in another life (Disney+).

In the field of humor, Little faith (Movistar Plus+) was the other star of the night as best national comedy series for this creation of Pepon Montero y Juan Maidagán, whose protagonists Hope Pedreno y Raul Cimas They also received the Seriemanía Special Award.

Pedreño went up on stage twice, with Cimas sending his A last minute thank you message from the taxi where he got stuck on the way to the ceremony. “I tried to do it well,” he said after changing the route to go “to Andrés Calamaro’s concert” in a clip that deserves to be part of the second season of the series.

Because these awards decided that their second edition would put an end to the fearsome second season syndromeThe two titles that won the public vote are also series whose second installments will soon be released: Red Queen (Prime Video) as the public award for the best national series and Fallout (Prime Video) for the best international series. I am fully confident that they will appear here again.

Like Marbella (Movistar Plus+), another second season on the way, which tonight won the Special Artistic Creation Award for its creators, Dani de la Torre y Alberto Marini, and also for Arturo Lezcano y Nacho Carretero, authors of the journalistic report on organized crime in the Malaga town that inspired the series.

Night of first times

Highlighting the artistic talent and creative vision of series that are beginning a promising journey in the awards season, the Seriemanía Awards also marked the first time for several presenters.

These are the cases of the winners in the categories of new performers: Nicole Wallace by Not one more (Netflix) y Roberto Gutierrez by See you in another life (Disney+); but also Candle Pena, best actress for The Asunta case (Netflix). “This is the first award I received for the character of Rosario Porto, “which has taken ten months of my life in a profound way,” the actress celebrated in her video of thanks.

Shogun (Disney+) as best international drama series, The Curse (SkyShowtime) as best international comedy series, The Jinx (Max) for best documentary and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Netflix) for best animated series rounds out a list of winners that we are already looking forward to seeing next season.

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