In recent days, the word fox has generated more debate than ever in our country after Nebulosa's song titled that way won the Benidorm Fest and was chosen as Spain's representative at Eurovision 2024.
Beyond the word itself, the theme of Nebulossa vindicates this expression and turns it against those who usually use it to speak disparagingly of women, criticizing their lifestyles, something that is not overlooked by one of Atresplayer's most controversial series. .
This is Zorras, a production that “modernizes chick-lit stories and seeks to portray real women, with their insecurities, but wanting to take on the world,” as its creators explain.
And the series has a “clear informative ambition about sex” and claims sisterhood as a way to defend oneself against the discrimination and insecurities that the world can generate.
Alicia, Diana and Emily are the protagonists of the Atresplayer series, who drive the work because they come from a different social stratum, with previous experiences and a very different personality.
Andrea Ros, Mireia Balic and Tai Fati play these curious friends who found the so-called Slut Club with the aim of fulfilling all their sexual fantasies, a true demand for female liberation.