Most of the action takes place in Madrid and includes a kidnapping, a crooked politician, an obsessive photographer, some dedicated and often frustrated police, bribed customs officials and a lot of associated underworld stuff — plus a strong element of the L-word.
The original title was No te puedes esconder, which I assume translates to the equivalent of ‘You can’t get away, baby’ or something similar — but the storyline gets really busy and has a lot of characters.
It’s a lot to take in, but the story is fast-moving, the acting very good and every episode ends in a tantalising cliffhanger.
I planned to watch an episode per night, but usually ended up watching two or three on the trot.
The lead character is the nurse, Monica, played by Blanca Soto, who shares an executive producer role with several others.
She delivers a powerful performance as a mother pursuing to keep her family safe.