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The life of Mexican singer Luis Miguel is one of legends. Part of the mystique is the fact that the singer himself is one of the most reclusive, most mysterious men in show business of the last 40 or so years. While he's one of the most famous, LuisMi is also one of the least understood celebs in modern times. Until now!

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The new series about El Sol's life, Luis Miguel The Series, promises to delve into every detail and chisme of the singer's early career. We really can't wait to watch! 

With heavy star power delivering some amazing acting, the show promises to reveal details even die hard fans had no idea about. At the helm is one of our favorite hotties, Diego Boneta, whose performance is outstanding and his dedication to the role evident: He got the hair, the teeth and the moves perfectly.

But get ready, because none of what you've read so far can really capture how much there is left to know and to find out about Luis Miguel the man. Happy watching!

It starts with a very important concert in Luis Miguel's life. 1

It starts with a very important concert in Luis Miguel's life.

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Luis Miguel finds out his life is about to change and puts him on a road down memory lane--the premise for the show.

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The series has a first-rate cast. 2

Besides Diego Boneta, Camila Sodi (who is part of the series' biggest mystery, read on!), Spanish actor Óscar Jaenada and Colombian actress Paulina Dávila, play some of the most memorable TV characters in recent history.

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It's a joy to see Luis Miguel through the years embodied by three amazing actors. 3

Boneta is Luis Miguel as an adult, after 17. Luis de la Rosa is the singer as a teenager, and Spanish Izan Luna plays El Sol as a kid.

Izan Llunas, Luis Miguel as a child, is part of a singing dynasty and you have to see him in action. 4

Llunas's grandfather is Spanish crooner Dyango; his is dad, singer Marcos Llunas. To hear him sing is like hearing El Sol all over again.

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You'll finally get to see the truth about Luis Miguel's dad. 5

You'll finally get to see the truth about Luis Miguel's dad.

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Spanish actor Óscar Jaenada said in an interview that the hardest part of the role was to understand "why he treated his child so badly."

"While filming, I ended my days feeling exhausted. Luis Rey was a person who yelled a lot, was always nervous. It took a look out of me," he said.

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You'll get to see Luis Miguel's brother played by an internet sensation. 6

Influencer Juan Pablo Zurita plays LuisMi's brother Alex Bastieri. This is a pic of the real Bastieri and Zurita side-by-side.

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You'll finally see why this 1987 video plays such an important role in Luis Miguel's life. 7

In the series we see where it was filmed, how it marked his relationship with his father and why the theme song of the series is "Cuando calienta el sol."

The story of Luis Miguel's first love is heartbreaking and makes him much more relatable. 8

The story of Luis Miguel's first love is heartbreaking and makes him much more relatable.

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Colombian actress Paulina Dávila plays one of the great loves of El Sol on the show.

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You'll finally see who Camila Sodi plays in the show. 9

You'll finally see who Camila Sodi plays in the show.

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One of the biggest mysteries surrounding Luis Miguel The Series revolves around Camila Sodi and who exactly she plays on the show. While some media has said she plays Luis Miguel daugher Michelle Salas, others have said it's actually former flame Myrka Dellanos. They are ALL wrong, but since this is a spoiler-free zone, you'll have to tune in and learn the truth for yourself.

The show is so authentic, Diego Boneta had to re-record Luis Miguel's songs. 10

While Boneta a good singer, he doesn't hold a candle to El Sol, but it's still very interesting to see and hear.

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The mystery of Luis Miguel's mom is explored in depth. 11

The mystery of Luis Miguel's mom is explored in depth.

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She left the public eye in 1986 and hasn't been seen ever since. This would be the first time that Luis Miguel and his family addresses the topic.

Luis Miguel approved this story. 12

The singer is listed as a producer, so you know he had a first-row seat to the telling of his own story. He was interviewed in depth by the script writers.

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There is plenty of Luis Miguel from the 70s, 80s and 90s to reminisce. 13

There is plenty of Luis Miguel from the 70s, 80s and 90s to reminisce.

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Luis Miguel La Serie tells the story of El Sol's rise to fame. Since it ends in 1992, it doesn't explore his entire complicated love life as an adult, his relationship with Mariah Carey and Aracely Arámbula, or the back and forth with Daisy Fuentes. Who knows? With good ratings, many great things can happen to our shows.

The series will be broadcast on Telemundo every Sunday night starting April 22, 2018. 14

The series will be broadcast on Telemundo every Sunday night starting April 22, 2018.

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In the rest of the world, the series can be seen on Netflix. However, episodes won't be dropped all at once, as is the usual Netflix way.

Like it did with Chelsea and Better Call Saul in the rest of the world, Netflix will drop one episode a week, after it has been aired by Telemundo.