• Raul Berdonés founds the Secuoya Group on Dec. 11.

• First outsourcing services deal is with broadcaster Antena 3.

• Launches TV content production as part of early diversification.

• Debuts on Spain’s MAB Alternative Stock Market on July 28. Strategic expansion plan envisages the development of Ciudad de la Tele, then Secuoya Studios, the embryo of Madrid Content City.

• Produces “Vive Cantando” for Antena 3 on Sept. 3.

• Secuoya Content Distribution inks a deal Jan. 28 to provide documentaries to Universal Views.
• International expansion kicks-off with deals and alliances with companies in Perú,
México, Colombia, Chile
and Portugal.
• First effective move into Latin America: Acquires Peruvian production house Imizu on Aug. 25.
• Enters the U.S. Oct. 13 with offices in Miami.

• Miniseries “Victor Ros” airs on TVE’s La 1 primetime Jan. 12.

• Distribution-production alliance signed Oct. 19 with Turkey’s Inter Medya.

• Berdonés lays the first brick of Madrid Content City in Tres Cantos. Phase 1 construction begins July 12.

• Drama series “Apaches” airs Jan. 8 on Antena 3.
• Netflix announces its first European Production Hub on July 24 in Tres Cantos.
• In September, Netflix occupies three soundstages at Secuoya Studios, expanding quickly to five.

• Secuoya starts operations
in México.
• Secuoya Foundation launches Iberseries on Nov. 28.
• Alliance with Planeta announced Dec. 11 to launch the MCC university campus.

• Phase 2 of MCC begins in February, adding new soundstages to phase 1.
• Phase 3 kicks off in March, including the construction of Madrid Content Campus, the biggest film-TV university in Spain. Phase 2 of MCC is to conclude in June 2021.