While his mother was a great movie star, Italian, sophisticated and modern. Bosé inherits the paternal character and the maternal beauty, and the rebelliousness and elegance of both.
The separation of his parents is a scandal in the Spain of the late 1960s and at only 11 years old, Miguel will begin to forge a character as seductive as it is disruptive, with which he will shake the world a decade later.
Surrounded by a halo of mystery, he has always been very jealous of his privacy and few know his story. For the first time, Miguel Bose will share part of his private life, with his strengths and weaknesses, and that of an artist with a unique and highly recognizable personality, exclusively available to Paramount+ global audiences.
BOSE, will be an unprecedented work of art in itself, transporting viewers to different moments in the life and career of the singer-songwriter that began in the late 1970s.
Joseph Shepherd and Ivan Sanchez they interpret Miguel Bose at different times in his life. Some of the cast includes Nacho Fresneda who will play Miguel’s father: Luis Miguel Dominguín, Valeria Solarino who will play Lucía Bosé, Alicia Drunk whose character will be La Tata, Ana Jara will play the singer’s best friend, Jose Sospedra who will play Pablo Alborch, Miguel Angel Munoz who will play the singer Julio Iglesias and Mariela Garriga Who will play Facio?
Each of the six episodes of the series focuses on a song from Miguel Bose and tells the story behind his life at that time, showing his inspiration, composition and recording. In this way, through flashbacks, we go through the different moments of the artist’s life based on his successes. The present of the series is during the promotion of his multi-platinum album Papito, a special moment for Miguel personally, because it is when he makes the decision to fulfill a long-delayed dream: to be a father.
The original series is produced by Paramount, in collaboration with Shine Iberia (Banijay Iberia), Elefantec Global and Legacy Rock. It is directed by Miguel Bardem and Fernando Trullols and screenplay by Ángeles González Sinde, Isabel Vázquez and Boris Izaguirre.