Spain's Plural Entertainment has begun shooting in Miami on Justice For All (Justicia Para Todos), the first Spain-produced fiction series wholly designed for, shot and broadcast in the US.
The one-hour dramatic series will be broadcast during prime-time on Univision, giving it a potential audience of 40 million.
The series is set in a Los Angeles lawyer's office and inspired by real-life cases of Hispanic immigrants in the US. Shooting on the first season's 13 episodes will take place in a Miami studio over the next three months.
Owned by media conglom Grupo Prisa, Plural is a Madrid and Miami-based film and TV producer targeting the Spanish, Latin American and US Hispanic markets.