We talk about the Netflix horror show Holy Family’s release date, time, plot summary, cast, and trailer, as well as how to watch it online.
Soon, Netflix will put out a new Spanish-language horror drama series that looks interesting and fun. This article has all the information you need to get ready for its release later this month.
Synopsis of The Netflix Show Holy Family
This is the official storyline synopsis:
“A family with a shocking secret starts over in Madrid, but new relationships and the past start to mess up their plans.” It’s about a mother who will do anything to keep her child safe.
What we think about the premise
It can be interesting to watch shows where the characters are keeping secrets, but it’s important that the writers tell the truth at the right time. If you tell them too soon, the suspense will be gone, but if you wait too long, they won’t have time to think about it before the end. Holy Family should know how to deal with the secrets these characters are hiding.
When Will Holy Family Be out?
The horror show was already released on Netflix all over the world on Friday, October 14 at 12 a.m. PT.
How to stream The Holy Family
People will be able to watch Holy Family if they have a Netflix account. Netflix’s basic plan costs $9.99 a month. If you want HD, you’ll have to pay $15.49 for the standard package. Lastly, the premium package costs $19.99 for Ultra HD. Also, here is everything we know about how Netflix ads will work.
Holy Family Netflix Cast
The main characters are:
- Najwa Nimri as Gloria
- Alba Flores as Edurne
- Carla Campra as Aitana
- Iván Pellicer as Abel
- Ella Kweku as Alicia
- Álex García as German
- Macarena Gómez as Blanca
- Álvaro Rico as Marcos
Holy Family Production Team
- Showrunner/Director: Manolo Caro
- Writers: Manolo Caro, Fernando Pérez, María Miranda Anguita
- Executive Producers: Maria Jose Cordova, Rafael Ley
- Music: Lucas Vidal
Holy Family Trailer
Yes, there is! Look at it here:
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.