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This article, Mala Muerte, is property of Friedrich Fritz.

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Developer Friedrich Fritz
Distributor The Walking Dead Fanon Wiki (Formerly)
Afictionado Atheneum Wiki
Showrunner Friedrich Fritz
Seasons 2
Episodes 22 (12 aired)
Original Run September 10, 2019 to present
Mala Muerte is a post-apocalyptic soap opera by Friedrich Fritz based on AMC's TV series The Walking Dead.

The series set in Montevideo, Uruguay. Starring Inés Estévez, Chino Darín, Ricardo Darín, Érica Rivas and Guillermo Francella, the series follows the Fernández, a high-class family who lives in Carrasco, whose secrets are revealed when a virus that turns people into undead attacks the city. The main cast also includes Ángela Torres, Lorenzo Ferro, Justina Bustos, Luisana Lopilato, Natalie Pérez, Natalia Oreiro and Moria Casán.

Episodes


Cast and Characters

Main Characters

 Laura
Ines estevez retrato
 Romina
Ángela Torres

Cast Table

SPOILERS BELOW, READ AT YOUR OWN RISK

  • For a list of all credited character appearances, click HERE.
Actor Character Seasons
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Inés Estévez Laura Fernández Main
Chino Darín Rodrigo Fernández Main
Ricardo Darín Roberto Fernández Main N/A
Érica Rivas Valeria Fernández Main
Guillermo Francella Alejandro Guzmán Main
Natalia Oreiro Dr. Cristina Hernández Main
Justina Bustos Soledad Gutiérrez Main
Luisana Lopilato Florencia Fernández Main
Natalie Pérez Victoria Main
Lorenzo Ferro Gerónimo Rodríguez Main
Ángela Torres Romina Fernández Main
Moria Casán Candelaria Maximilián Main N/A
Florencia Peña Marisol Rodríguez Recurring Main
Julio Chávez El Pelado Recurring Main

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Trivia

  • This is the first story of the author.
  • The series set in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay. The scenes are mainly set in the Carrasco and Pocitos neighborhoods.
  • It is inspired by several telenovelas.
  • The title, "Mala Muerte" (lit. "Bad Death"), comes from the phrase "De mala muerte" and it means "something dangerous".
  • All actors are argentinian or uruguayan.
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