Colombian YouTubers Daniela Calle and María José Garzón (aka Calle y Poché) are set to star in an Amazon docuseries.
The duo have been vlogging together since 2015 and came out as bisexual—and a couple—in 2017. Their shared YouTube channel has more than 7.5 million subscribers, and their shared TikTok account has nearly 6 million followers.
Their eight-episode Prime Video series will follow Calle and Garzón as they “introduce their closest circle of friends, which includes some of Colombia’s freshest and diverse emerging talent across artists, dancers, content creators and actors,” per a press release.
Among those to be featured in the series are twin singers Las Villa; director, producer, and manager Juancho Muñoz, podcasters Juliana Sedán and Daniela Abisambra; opera singer Mariana Camacho; dancer/singer Juan González; dancer and choreographer Alejandro Valencia; and digital content creator Kim De Sutter.
Calle, Garzón, and all the above folks are childhood friends who graduated from the same musical theater school, Amazon says.
The as-yet-unnamed series will be produced by Amazon Studios, 3Ball Productions, Latin World Digital, Dhana Media, and Miracol Media. It will debut on Prime Video in 2023.
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