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“El Viñedo” llega a Europa Europa

Misterio, muerte y oscuros secretos de una comunidad alemana salen a la luz en la serie “El Viñedo”. Los martes por Europa Europa.

La serie “El Viñedo”, el thriller alemán con toques sobrenaturales que se desarrolla en los paisajes del valle Mosela, se emite los martes de agosto a las 8:00 pm (hora Colombia) por el canal de televisión Europa Europa.

Jogannes Fuchs (Friedrich Mücke) se despierta en medio de un viñedo completamente desorientado y sin memoria. A su lado se encuentra el cadáver de una joven hermosa. Jogannes desciende al pueblo más cercano en busca de ayuda y descubre que la joven asesinada es la reina de la fiesta de la vendimia que se celebra cada año.

Mientras intenta recuperar la memoria y encontrar al asesino, conoce los oscuros secretos de Kaltenzell un pueblo que vive en medio de la bruma y el paisaje montañoso.


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