The third season of ‘Acoustic Home’ has already begun filming and will feature Vicco and Alizzz as protagonists

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With ten new protagonists, and therefore ten new chapters, HBO Max Spain has confirmed that the third season of Acoustic Home It has already started recording.

If the two previous seasons of the musical documentary series already left us with a very good taste in our mouths, this take number three will surely not leave anyone indifferent, and even less so taking into account the new features it brings with it. The broadcast on the online content platform is scheduled for 2024, both in Spain and Portugal.

The main characters around which each chapter will revolve are already confirmed, and the most notable are: Richie CampbellPortuguese R&B, dancehall and reggae singer, is considered one of the most prominent figures on the musical scene of his country, Alizzartist and producer of most of the hits of C. Tangana and winner of three Latin Grammy Awards, Coke Meshwinner of the 2023 Ondas Award for his great professional career and Viccoauthor of one of the most played songs this year and candidate for Eurovision, Nightlight.

Recording of the third season of ‘Acoustic Home’ / Unai Mateo

What’s new this season

In each episode, the artist who stars will act as its host, guiding the viewer through an immersive experience of their own professional and personal bubble. Thanks to Acoustic Home, we will have VIP access to the private environment of each protagonist and we will witness how they live before, during and after a concert. In addition, the performances will also be broadcast exclusively.

The second of the novelties that this third season of the documentary brings is the location chosen for its recording. Neither more nor less than Bizkaia and some spectacular places in the area such as the Pozalagua Cave, La Alhóndiga de Bilbao or the Campos Eliseos Theater.

The team behind ‘Acoustic Home 3’

As for the technical team that is making another season of the musical series possible, it is made up ofr Alexis Morantedirector of other documentaries such as Bisbal, the documentary, Sanz: What I was is what I am, Shrimp: flamingo and revolution either Bunbury: The Longest Wayamong others and Daniel Stroembeckmusical director.

The interviews with the Spanish artists will be carried out by Carlos H. Vázquez, journalist and screenwriter, and Ana Venturamusic journalist and presenter in the two previous seasons of Acoustic Homewill be the interviewer of Portuguese singers and musicians.

Director of Premium Content Sony Music Iberia & Strategic Projects Latin Iberia, Sergi Reitgofficial producer of the documentary series, has commented on this project: “This new season from ‘Acoustic Home’, and there are three of them, consolidates this format as one of the musical documentary series more powerful never produced from Spain. Thanks to HBO Max for betting on ‘Acoustic Home’, for quality music and content. “A privilege to have HBO Max, EITB and the production of Kalicon Media.”

And, for its part, Aletxu EchevarríaCEO and co-founder of Kalicon Mediaanother of the production companies, explained that “for Kalicon Media, a newly created Bizkaian company, have the opportunity to produce a format with these characteristicswith the help of relevant players such as HBO Max and Sony Music, It is a stimulus and positioning impulsethrough an exciting journey around music and with content that positions the territory of Bizkaia as an ideal location to make the third season of ‘Acoustic Home’ a reality.”


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