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By Jenny Nixon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

The first lady goes fugitive in this Spanish-language drama.

TV Netflix Drama 2017
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This cliffhanger-heavy series will please fans of political intrigue and conspiracies, but the backstory is doled out in painfully slow dribs and drabs. (It takes three full episodes for Emilia to even change out of the stiletto heels she escapes in.) Eventually they do start serving up more juicy details, though, and there are some clever twists and turns. Fans of conspiracy theories and political intrigue should find much to enjoy in Ingobernable. The acting is mostly solid, and del Castillo's own real-life controversial backstory -- she played a role in the infamous 2015 meet-up between actor Sean Penn and the escaped jailbird/drug lord El Chapo -- certainly ups the curiosity factor.

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