Univision's TeleFutura network has been supercharged and revamped to become the new UniMás, offering a bolder, edgier programming alternative to Hispanic audiences across the nation, especially the highly coveted demo of Hispanic millennials known as the Más Generation.
Partnering with some of the world's top Spanish-language content producers, including Caracol TV International, RTI Productions and Televisa, UniMás will distinguish itself from other Spanish-language broadcasters by delivering innovative, action-packed dramas featuring provocative characters and daring subject matter.
UniMás is scheduled to launch coast-to-coast on January 7 and will premiere two sensational, high-profile primetime series that same night:
"Made in Cartagena" (9 p. m. ET), starring Miguel de Miguel ("La Reina del Sur"), Carmen Villalobos ("Sin Senos No Hay Paraíso"), and Fernando Solórzano ("Muñecas de la Mafia") - This gritty crime drama from Caracol TV, Colombia's premier broadcaster and a leading producer of alternative series, takes audiences inside the dangerous underworld of Cartagena. Known worldwide as a beautiful, tourist-filled resort destination, Cartagena has another lesser-known, darker side where crime and violence flourish. Audiences will penetrate this famous coastal city's underworld through the riveting story of a spectacular bank heist gone wrong, and the terrible consequences unleashed by one man's thirst for revenge. Action, romance, music, nonstop intrigue, outstanding acting and topnotch production combine to make this a truly compelling series.
"Quién Eres Tú" (10 p. m. ET), starring Laura Carmine ("Amor Bravío") and Julián Gil ("La Que No Podía Amar") - An original production by RTI Productions for UniMás, "Quién Eres Tú" is an intensely dramatic, multilevel thriller in which each answer revealed only leads to a new question. The story centers on Natalia (Carmine), a young woman who agrees to take the place of her identical twin sister, Veronica, for one week. What seemed like a relatively simple favor turns out to be Natalia's biggest mistake, as living her sister's life pulls her into a seemingly never-ending vortex of lies, schemes, and danger, while revealing that the real Veronica is very different -and much more sinister- than everyone thinks.