HBO Max Takes Chilean Series 'The Pack' for U.S.

'The Pack'

'The Pack'

Daniela Vega ('A Fantastic Woman') stars in the crime thriller, which debuted on Amazon Prime across Spain and Latin America.

WarnerMedia has picked up U.S. rights for Spanish-language series La Jauría (The Pack) for its HBO Max streaming service. 

The deal, with producers Fabula and Fremantle, will see HBO Max bow the series for U.S. audiences on Dec. 16.

Daniela Vega (A Fantastic Woman) stars alongside Antonia Zegers (Fugitivos) in the Chilean crime drama focused on the sudden disappearance of a young girl at a Catholic school. As the police dig deeper into the crime, they uncover a deadly online game which recruits men to commit acts of aggression toward women. Co-stars include Mariana Digirolamo, Antonia Giesen, Paula Luchsinger, Alberto Guerra, Marcelo Alonso, and Francisco Reyes.

Lucia Puenzo (The German Doctor) directed. Fabula and Fremantle produced The Pack with Argentine company Kapow as associate producer, in partnership with Chilean pubcaster TVN and the Consejo Nacional de Televisión (CNTV).

Executive producers include Fremantle’s Christian Vesper, Fabula’s Juan de Dios, Oscar-nominated Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larrain (No, Jackie), Angela Poblete, and Juan Ignacio Correa.

Fremantle, which is handling international sales, has sold The Pack to 73 territories including to SBS in Australia, Arte in France and German-speaking Europe, and to Canal+ Poland.

The eight-part series first streamed across Latin America and Spain in July on Amazon Prime Video.