Gisele Regatao

Producer, 'Celestial Blood' & 'Sangre Celstial'

Producer

Gisele Regatao on KCRW

El gran final se trata de Alaska, el cambio climático, una receta secreta, y aún otro miembro familiar. Que paso con la boda de Sol y Esteban? Y los rusos?

Episodio 8

El gran final se trata de Alaska, el cambio climático, una receta secreta, y aún otro miembro familiar. Que paso con la boda de Sol y Esteban? Y los rusos?

from Sangre Celestial

The finale involves Alaska, climate change, a secret recipe and yet another family member. What happened to Sol's and Esteban's wedding? How about the Russians?

Episode 8

The finale involves Alaska, climate change, a secret recipe and yet another family member. What happened to Sol's and Esteban's wedding? How about the Russians?

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In Peru there are a lot of goats, llamas, and that's where Sol finds Mercury Lucero. He has his secret too.

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In Peru there are a lot of goats, llamas, and that's where Sol finds Mercury Lucero. He has his secret too.

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