Fox launches new Brazilian original series

Fox announced the release in Latin America of “Impuros – Hasta que la Muerte los Separe”, a new original Brazilian production based on real events and set in the 90s in the middle of the drug war in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
The new series is already available in the Fox App for Premium subscribers, and the SVOD service Fox+. It tells the story of Evandro do Dendê (Raphael Logam), a young resident of the Rio de Janeiro favelas who dreamed of being a great businessman. However, everything changes when his brother, a drug trafficker, is killed by the police. Evandro decides to take revenge by killing those responsible for the brother’s death, and becomes one of the leaders of Latin American drug trafficking.
The series is a co-production between Barry Company and Fox Networks Group Brazil. It is directed by Tomás Portella and René Sampaio. The filming lasted two months and took place in different locations in Brazil and Uruguay.
In this way, Fox maintains its commitment to local production in Brazil. “Impuros – Hasta que la Muerte los Separe” joins other locally produced titles such as “Uno Contra Todos” and “#LlámameBruna”, which are also part of the content offer of the group’s App.