Patrol Time it is the best company for this quarantine. RTVE already announced that it was bringing back the three seasons of ‘The Ministry of Time’ to their streaming platform and now, joins us to give us this fictional HBO Spain. This platform will make available the chapters of the fourth season on the day following its broadcast on TVE.
Traveling through history with seasons 1 to 3 #ElMinisteriodelTiempo from 1 April on HBO Spain.
The episodes of season 4 will be available on the day following its broadcast on TVE ?? pic.twitter.com/rKKG1WbPKW
? HBO Spain (@HBO_ES) March 23, 2020
To catch up on the series or to refresh the memory, you can access to episodes of the previous three seasons in RTVE already or on HBO Spain as of 1 April. You can view them in Full HD, a luxury bearing in mind that all the platforms are improving the quality of video due to the coronavirus.
In the next season, we travel to the England of the SIXTEENTH century, the Spain of the postwar period, to the madrid Movida of the 80s, or the Century of Gold of Velázquez. Returning to the cast Julian (Rodolfo Sancho), Amelia (Aura Garrido), Pacino (Hugo Silva), Alonso (Nacho Fresneda), and Lola (Macarena García).
Subjects related to the pandemic
As it is now is not to stop talking about the coronavirus, a “ministérico” recommends that the rest recover in chapter 13 of the second season of ‘The Ministry of Time’. In this episode, the patrol travels to 1918 to attend the birth of Carmen Amaya. This trip would be shortened by the contagion of the team by the Spanish flu. The Ministry is forced to isolate themselves to not expand the disease over time.
I think it is very necessary that you see the 10 first minutes of the chapter ‘A virus from another time’ the @MdT_TVE
? Andrea? (@AndreaLimones) March 22, 2020