Merlí

Merlí (2015)


  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Creator: Héctor Lozano
  • First Air Date: 2015-09-14
  • Last Air Date: 2018-01-15
  • Total Seasons: 3
  • Total Episodes: 40
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 40 min.
  • Networks: TV3, laSexta
star 8.7/10
From 289 Ratings

Summary

TV series about a high school philosophy teacher, Merlí, who teaches in an original way, and about the students of his class, including his own son, and the relationship, friendship, love, and problems between the students of the class.

  • Keywords: high school, friendship, barcelona, spain, transvestism, philosophy, transvestite, bisexuality, coming of age, teacher, unrequited love, male homosexuality, teenage crush, teenager, teenage love, teacher student relationship, bisexual, troubled teen, teenage sexuality, young, lgbt, lgbt teen, teenage rebellion, young love, bisexual man, teen rebel, trans man, rebellious teenager, young lovers, troubled youth, gay crush, gay love, teenage angst, transfobia, gay youth, gay lead character, gay teen, transexual, gay, troubled teacher, unconventional teacher, philosophy teacher, lgbt youth
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    Merlí Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2015-09-14
    13 Episodes

    Season 2

    First Air Date: 2016-09-19
    13 Episodes

    Season 3

    First Air Date: 2017-09-18
    14 Episodes

    Merlí Episodes

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    • Francesc Orella

      as Merlí Bergeron Calduch
    • Carlos Cuevas

      as Pol Rubio
    • David Solans

      as Bruno Bergeron
    • Elisabet Casanovas

      as Tània Illa
    • Adrian Grösser

      as Marc Vilaseca
    • Marcos Franz

      as Gerard Piguillem Castells
    • Júlia Creus

      as Mònica de Villamore
    • Albert Baró

      as Joan Capdevila Bonet
    • Candela Antón

      as Berta Prats García
    • Pau Poch

      as Iván Blasco
    • Iñaki Mur

      as Oliver Grau
    • Laia Manzanares

      as Oksana Casanoves
    • Marta Marco

      as Gina Castells
    • Anna Ycobalzeta

      as Miriam Blasco
    • Oriol Pla

      as Oscar Rubio
    • Boris Ruiz

      as Alfonso Rubio
    • Anna Maria Barbany

      as Carmina Calduch
    • Pere Ponce

      as Eugeni Bosc
    • Ferran Rañé

      as Manel Millán
    • Assun Planas

      as Glòria
    • Patrícia Bargalló

      as Mireia
    • Sandra Monclús

      as Elisenda
    • Pau Vinyals

      as Gabi
    • Carlota Olcina

      as Silvana
    • Rubén de Eguía

      as Albert
    • Manel Barceló

      as Quima
    • Nao Albet

      as Efra

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