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Cambio de tiempo 

Following the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, a desperate King Philip II violates the norms of the Time Ministry and travels forward in time to 2016 to ensure the victory of his fleet... See full summary »

Director:

Marc Vigil

Writers:

Javier Olivares (creator), Javier Olivares | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rodolfo Sancho ... Julián Martínez
Aura Garrido ... Amelia Folch
Nacho Fresneda ... Alonso de Entrerríos
Cayetana Guillén Cuervo ... Irene Larra (as Cayetana Guillén-Cuervo)
Juan Gea Juan Gea ... Ernesto Jiménez
Francesca Piñón ... Angustias (credit only)
Jaime Blanch ... Salvador Martí
Carlos Hipólito ... Felipe II
Carlos Kaniowsky ... Mateo Vázquez de Leca
Víctor Duplá Víctor Duplá ... Agustín de Argüelles
Jon Ariño Jon Ariño ... De las Cuevas
Mar Ulldemolins Mar Ulldemolins ... Maite
Antonio Esquivias Antonio Esquivias ... Sacerdote de la Inquisición
Susana Córdoba Susana Córdoba ... Elena Castillo
Carlos Cuevas ... Javier (Nexus 6)
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Following the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, a desperate King Philip II violates the norms of the Time Ministry and travels forward in time to 2016 to ensure the victory of his fleet. Returning from a mission, the trio finds a very different Spain than the one they left behind. They must act quickly to return the reality back to normal. The only problem is that Alonso and Julian might prefer this new reality. Written by LuisHD

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Release Date:

23 May 2016 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

El tiempo en tus manos See more »

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The online biography Amelia reads about king Phillip II in the new reality is the actual, real-life Wikipedia entry in Spanish for Phillip II of Spain as it appeared in 2016. He is mentioned as the king of Spain and also of England "iure uxoris" (for woman's right), because of his marriage to Mary Tudor. All this is factually correct. See more »

Goofs

Amelia mentions that, in the new reality, Cervantes never published the Quixote. However, when entering the office of alternate Ernesto, a statue of Don Quixote on horseback is visible in the background. See more »

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