Watch KCET's 'Grand Hotel' Marathon on March 25 | KCET
Watch KCET's 'Grand Hotel' Marathon on March 25
KCET will air a special marathon of Spanish period drama “Grand Hotel” on Sunday, March 25 starting at 11:30 a.m. Eight episodes will be rebroadcast leading up to the season one finale episode, offering viewers a chance to binge-watch the series from the very beginning.
Dubbed the Spanish “Downton Abbey” by critics, this period series takes place in 1905 and draws viewers into a world of wealth, grandeur and shocking secrets. When the head chambermaid goes missing from the luxurious Grand Hotel, her brother arrives to learn the truth about her mysterious disappearance. His search leads him beyond the hotel's perfect exterior and through doors that were meant to be shut forever. Featuring an all-star cast of notable Spanish actors that include Yon González, Amaia Salamanca and Adriana Ozores, the compelling and suspenseful Spanish story of a family-owned hotel is scene to love, blackmail, jealousies, crime, comedy, plots, counter-plots involving the owners, customers, detectives and its residential employees.
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