In keeping with its two-decade-long tradition of romantic comedies, Netflix is planning to release a feel-good love story just in time for Valentine’s Day. Falling for Christmas, A Perfect Pairing, and The Royal Treatment were just a few of the romantic comedies that were released in 2022, but it’s now time to look forward to what Netflix has in store for the following year. Right on schedule, it directed us to a charming love story set in 2003.
An all-new Spanish romantic comedy, In Love All Over Again, was written by Carlos Montero, the man behind the hit TV show Elite. With eight episodes, the show could be ideal for a romantic marathon on February 14th.
In response to Netflix’s new trailer, anticipation for the show has increased. There will be much discussion about the upcoming Spanish romantic comedy In Love All Over Again before its launch, but in the meantime, here is everything we know about it.
In Love all Over Again Release Date
On February 14, 2023, Netflix will debut In Love All Over Again.
This Netflix original series, which takes place in Madrid on Valentine’s Day, is ideal for doting spouses who want to spend the occasion cuddling up together in front of the screen.
In Love All Over Again Plotline: What Can We Expect?
The trailer for In Love All Over Again reveals the story of Julio and Irene, a couple who had never met before a chance encounter at a film presentation on a sunny day in Madrid in 2003, where they fell madly in love. Irene, the young student, falls in love with Julio, the man she ends up convincing to star in her short film.
love / is high school all over again ! *
— . (@playboicarti) October 20, 2018
The heroes of their love tale, however, don’t get married after a few misunderstandings and re-agreements; rather, they learn what it is to fall in love all over again and how to truly appreciate it. While typing on her laptop in 2021 after the time jump, Irene narrates their love tale, the outcome of which is uncertain.
The above summary is based entirely on the teaser, while the following is the official synopsis given by Netflix’s YouTube account.
“This is not one of those love stories where the main characters finally tie the knot after a lot of arguing. No. This is one of those experiences where you realise love is unlike anything else. Both in their early twenties, Irene and Julio meet during a film presentation. Irene and Julio will share a passionate slumber that night, and it won’t be the last time.”
The series may look like a standard Netflix romantic comedy at first, but the time leap of 18 years in the teaser suggests otherwise. In general, the audience can anticipate dramatic moments and strong chemistry between the two main characters.
In Love All Over Again Cast Members: Who Are In It?
The cast of In Love All Over Again consists of several Netflix veterans, including Georgina Amoros as the female lead Irene. Fans of the Spanish series Elite will recall her from her 31 episodes (not counting the short stories) in the role of Cayetana Grajera.
Code Name Emperor, Welcome to the Family, and Bajo sospecha are some of her other popular novels. The male lead, Julio, is played by Franco Masini, who played Luka Colucci in the Mexican Netflix original series Rebelde.
Peter Punk was Masini’s first acting role, and since then he’s been in a tonne of movies and TV episodes like My Lovely Hope, Love After Loving, Solo el Amor, and The Clan.
In addition to these two, the cast also features Carlos Gonzalez, who has been in such shows as Dangerous Moms on Amazon Prime and True Detective on HBO. Blanca Martinez (Indulto Tardio) portrays Jimena, Alejandro Jato (Serramoura) plays Gonzalo, and Andrea Carrion Samaniego (Lola!) takes over as Auxiliar de Direccion.
Max’s Veneno will play Da, and Kyle Scudder (last seen in Peacock’s Vampire Academy) will play Matt. And in uncredited roles are Abril Montilla (30 Coins), Roser Vilajosana (The Tunnel), and Albert Salazar (La Riera).
Each episode is directed by one of four different people: Barbara Farre (Amaia Romero: El relampago), Mateo Gil (The Sea Inside), Ginesta Guindal (Elite), and Carlota Pereda (There Will Be Monsters). Series creator Carlos Montero collaborated with Guillermo J. Escribano (Sexto) and Almudena Ocana on the screenplay (Toy Boy).
Elite, Feria: The Darkest Light, and Elite Short Stories are only a few of Montero’s earlier works of note. The Mess You Leave Behind, from 2010, and the short film Easy Money, from 2010, are two of his other prominent works as a director and writer for television. Executive producers Diego Betancor and Carlos Montero worked together on Elite and Elite Short Stories, so it makes sense that they would return to the fold for this series.