Henry case to become ‘true crime’ series on HBO Max

Within the wave of tasks about actual crimes, platform will put money into manufacturing concerning the boy’s demise in Rio de Janeiro


After the success of “Pacto Brutal”, concerning the homicide of actress Daniella Perez, HBO Max will put money into one other manufacturing of the “true crime” style: the event of a documentary collection concerning the demise of the boy Henry Borel.

Monique Medeiros, the boy’s mom, and her ex-partner, former Rio de Janeiro councilor Jairo Souza Santos Júnior, often known as Jairinho, are accused of torture and demise of the kid, in against the law that shocked Brazil in March 2021.

The collection will likely be primarily based on the guide “Caso Henry: Morte Anunciada”, by journalist Paolla Serra, and the venture will likely be developed by the manufacturing firm A Fábrica in partnership with the web site UOL.

This style, which has films, collection and podcasts that emerge from actual crimes, has been profitable overseas for a couple of many years. And it has lately gained power in Brazil.

Instances just like the boy Evandro, who was kidnapped and murdered, and the story of João de Deus, condemning the rape of a whole bunch of ladies, are extrapolating the information and reaching the small screens, massive screens and likewise streaming platforms.

“Brutal Pact: The Assassination of Daniella Perez”, from HBO Max, premiered on the finish of July and have become essentially the most watched authentic collection on the platform in Brazil and Latin America in its first days of airing.


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