Sonsoles Ónega’s novel, winner of the Planeta Prize, will be adapted into an Atresmedia series

Sonsoles Onega has said goodbye with great news to his second successful season with the program And now Sonsoles as the audience leader. The novel The maid’s daughters, with which he won the Planeta Prize 2023, will be adapted into a future television series for Atresmedia.

The producer Buendía Studies Canary Islands, with the participation of Atresmedia TV, is behind this adaptation that is already in the script phase. The story of The maid’s daughters It is set in Galicia during the first half of the 20th century, where the protagonist returns from Cuba and starts working in an important canning factory.

“Es a magical and realistic story at the same time, Set in an extraordinary Galicia and a Cuba with a colonial past, and in which men and women rebel against their own destiny in search of the truth,” according to the press release announcing the adaptation.

The project is still in a very early phase and it has not been specified whether the series will premiere on Antena 3 or will first be streamed through Atresplayer, the network’s pay-TV platform.

‘The Maid’s Daughters’: What is Sonsoles Ónega’s book about?

The official synopsis of the novel reads as follows: “One night in February 1900, at the beginning of the 20th century, two girls, Clara and Catalina, are born in the Pazo de Espíritu Santo, whose destinies were already written. However, an unexpected revenge will shake their lives and those of all the Valdés family forever.”

“Doña Inés, matriarch of the saga and faithful wife of Don Gustavo, must survive heartbreak, the pain of abandonment and power struggles until she turns her true daughter into the heiress of an entire empire, at a time when women were not allowed to be the owners of their lives.”

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