SkyShowtime announces the premiere date of what is perhaps one of the most popular docuseries to date and which will delve into the most popular episodes of King Emeritus Juan Carlos I.
As promised, SkyShowtime is adding new content to its catalog and little by little it is managing to climb —although there is still a long way to go— to the top of the multitude of large streaming platforms that exist right now and the novelty that today announces is a great proof of this.
The platform has announced the next premiere —May 22— of a documentary series that may be interesting due to the stir that it will surely cause among certain sectors: Juan Carlos: The fall of the king.
Comment on a small nuance and that is that SkyShowtime was launched with a price of only 5.99 euros per month and, for a limited time, new customers who subscribed through the web would receive a 50% discount on that price forever . This means that those who take advantage of the offer pay a price of 2.99 euros per month.
Now, “for a limited time”. Specifically, the offer ends on April 25 —tomorrow— at 11:59 p.m. From that date the base price will be almost 6 euros. Certainly a great strategy to attract those last lagging users.
SkyShowtime launches its latest ordeal with an explosive docuseries about the emeritus king
“The house of cards began to crumble as questions arose about the king’s financial affairs, his alleged lucrative ties to the Spanish establishment and alleged global corruption, including a payment of 65 million euros.”is explained in the synopsis.
This docuseries will have 4 chapters and will recount the events that shook the Spanish monarchy as a result of the media trip to Botswana to hunt elephants that, in addition, revealed the secret sentimental relationship with Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein.
It will take viewers from Madrid to London, Monaco, Geneva, Abu Dhabi and New York, and will focus on the multitude of episodes and accusations surrounding Juan Carlos I in his fight for money, sex and power.
Mention that during the chapters will be broadcast exclusive interviews with Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstei herself, as well as the former secret service agent José Manuel Villarejo or the former bank president Mario Conde.
As explained by Hobby Consoles, Juan Carlos: The King’s Fall premiered on April 17 Canneseries and SkyShowtime has already confirmed the date: May 22.