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Toy Boy is a Spanish drama produced by Atresmedia and Plano a Plano. The show stars Jesús Mosquera, Cristina Castaño and María Pedraza.[1] It premiered first on FesTVal and Atresplayer Premium in September 2019 before its premiere on Antena 3 on 25 September 2019.[2]




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The fiction is set in the Costa del Sol.[3] Hugo Beltrán (Jesús Mosquera) is a young, handsome and carefree stripper. One morning he wakes up on a sailboat, after a night of partying and excesses, next to the burned corpse of a man, allegedly the husband of his lover, Macarena Medina (Cristina Castaño), a mature and powerful woman with whom he maintained a steamy high-voltage sexual relationship. Hugo does not remember anything that happened the night of the crime, but he is sure that he is not the murderer, but the victim of a set-up to accuse him. After a quick trial, he is sentenced to fifteen years in prison.


Seven years later, he is visited in prison by Triana Marín (María Pedraza), a young lawyer who, representing a major law firm, offers to help him reopen the case and try to prove his innocence in a new trial. Although Hugo distrusts the offer, Triana gets the conviction annulled and Hugo is released from prison, on probation and pending the holding of a new trial in which they will have to be able to prove their innocence.


Triana and Hugo work together to try to unravel a complex plot that took an innocent person to prison. A relationship that will not be easy, since they belong to diametrically opposite worlds; She is a lawyer with a hard-working, responsible and bright future. He, a master of the night, former prisoner and considered a murderer by everyone except himself.


Created by César Benítez, Juan Carlos Cueto and Rocío Martínez, Toy Boy was produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with Plano a Plano.[8] Iñaki Mercero and Javier Quintas directed the episodes of the first season.[3] The first season was shot on natural locations of the Costa del Sol: shooting locations included Málaga, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Mijas, Marbella and Estepona.[9] Filming was wrapped in May 2019.[9] The series premiered on Atresplayer Premium on 8 September 2019, later starting its free-to-air broadcasting run on Antena 3 on 25 September 2019.[10]


Despite mediocre viewership figures in the domestic run on linear television, the series enjoyed a better international reception in Netflix.[11] Thus, in July 2020, Atresmedia and Netflix decided to bring back the series for a second season.[11] Filming started by March 2021 in Vélez-Málaga.[12] In April 2021 Álex González, Federica Sabatini, Enrique Arce, Paco Marín, Ibrahim Al-Shami, Toni Zenet and Juan Betancourt were announced as additions to the cast,[13] with Javier Quintas and Laura M. Campos as directors.[13] Atresplayer Premium set the season 2 premiere date for 26 September 2021.[7]


With the return of the Spanish show Toy Boy to Netflix on February 11th, the original series has become a hit among subscribers of the streaming giant. The show is sexy, fun, and murderous with just the right amount of drama, mystery, and romance. Although it is not among the best foreign shows to watch on Netflix, Toy Boy is sure to interest fans of the genres it explores.


Toy Boy follows Hugo, a male dancer, after his release from prison following a 7-year stint for a murder he did not commit. On a mission to clear his name and prove his innocence, fans and viewers are introduced to some well-liked characters, and others too corrupt to be given a second chance.


A mother that some might consider one of the worst TV show parents of all time, Macarena Medina is just a complicated character. Viewers are presented with an ambitious and sex-addled businesswoman who loses everything when her husband is presumed dead, her company begins to crumble, and her name and reputation are ruined.


Fans have a love/hate relationship with this character because of her selfish choices and lack of knowledge about what is going on in her own home. It is easy to see that she loves her son Andrea; however, she is neglectful in the sense that she never really sits down and speaks with him about what is going on in his life. As she goes through her downfall, however, fans see her character showcase remorse and guilt for her actions that led to her current situation.


Andrea Medina is another complicated character and soul in Toy Boy. He is struggling with a dark secret that leaves him vulnerable and depressed. His mental stability is fragile, and he struggles to communicate the trauma that he has endured.


Fans soon learn that this trauma stems from him being sexually assaulted by his very own uncle and not being able to verbally communicate this out of fear. After learning what Andrea is facing, it is easier to understand his dilemma in his relationship with Jairo and his strained relationship with his mother Macarena. Andrea is an isolated soul battling with this huge secret and betrayal at the hands of someone he trusted. However, he begins to show his true self through his artwork and interactions with Jairo.


It is soon revealed that Alvaro is the dead body discovered on the boat that got Hugo sentenced to fifteen years in prison. His death is the result of him finding Andrea after his sexual assault at the hands of his uncle, and after beating him up, is killed trying to take Andrea from this bad situation.


Triana does not mince her words and makes it clear she is there to help Hugo win his retrial and prove to her boss she is ready for a promotion. When she sets her mind to something, there is no stopping her from digging for the truth, especially when it comes to Hugo, whom she begins to fall for throughout the first season of the series. With her determination and savviness, she could hold a candle to some of the best TV lawyers of all time and come out on top.


Hugo Beltrán, fresh out of prison, is looking to get his life back on track after being sentenced to fifteen years, though only serving seven, for a crime he did not commit. Toy Boy follows his character journey in discovering the truth and understanding the secrets and lies surrounding his fall from grace as a male dancer and his subsequent prison stint.


Hugo is a complex character who is easy to root for on one hand, but whom many want to yell at on the other. He can be selfish and brash at times; however, fans understand why he is the way he is. His torrid affair with Macarena Medina is the start of his downfall, and fans see just how far he could fall in the first episode of the season. The twists are something fans loved in Season One of Toy Boy, and Hugo's journey continuously keeps the audience invested.


The series follows Hugo Beltrán a young, handsome and carefree stripper. One morning he wakes up on a sailboat, after a night of partying and excesses, next to the burned corpse of a man, allegedly that of Macarena Medina's husband, his lover, a mature and powerful woman with whom he maintained a steamy high-voltage sexual relationship. Hugo does not remember anything that happened the night of the crime, but he is sure that he is not the murderer, but the victim of a set-up to accuse him. After a quick trial, he is sentenced to fifteen years in prison.


Seven years later, in prison he receives the visit of Triana Marín, a young lawyer who, representing a major law firm, offers to help him, reopen the case and try to prove his innocence in a new trial. Although Hugo distrusts the offer, Triana gets the conviction annulled and is released from prison, on probation and pending the holding of a new trial in which they will have to be able to prove their innocence.


The series consists of 13 episodes that all tend to be at least an hour long. The episodes are directed by one of two directors; Iñaki Mercero or Javier Quintas. Both have previously worked on various TV series, so they are very familiar with this particular format for storytelling.


To me, Toy Boy has a lot of dialogue-heavy scenes that pull out all of the energy set up by other scenes. There are many twists and turns (or just storyline elements) that you will have guessed way ahead of time. However, there should also be quite a few surprises as the series progresses.


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Moschino Toy boy is a seductive rose and pink pepper-based male fragrance. The name toy boy refers to a young playboy who attracts and is attracted to older ladies. That wild spirit of untamed youth certainly highlights the main vibe of this fragrance and it is, most likely, not your everyday masculine vibe. The name sparks an image of a smooth manstress with sharp and daring looks, inviting smile and an athletic body in a leather jacket.


In the heart phase, some florals pop in ever so slightly as the dominant rose note overwhelms any other tender florals. Eventually, a relinquished attempt of taming the rose is made by the classy sandalwood and the vetiver only to realize that this contumacious rose listens to no one.


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