El Barco

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This adventure series is set in a fictional world where a cataclysm triggered by a particle accelerator rocks the world and upends civilization. The crew of a training vessel at sea find themselves lost in a storm, setting them off on an adventure of survival and discovery. The series aired in 2013 on Spanish television.

3 Seasons, 44 Episodes
July 7, 2013
International
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El Barco Full Episode Guide

  • As Ulises and Ainhoa communicate by walkie talkie, Ainhoa has a feeling Ulises will never return to her. Meanwhile, Gamboa is pointing a gun at them.

  • The captain and Palomares hear a strange and unsettling sound in the ship’s bow. Ainhoa and Piti explore the island and find an abandoned cabin.

  • The kids manage to prove what they suspected: They aren’t alone on the island. Two people with gas masks shot at them while they were rescuing Vilma.

  • In his last dispatch from the building, Ulises informed everyone that they were being attacked. The Estrella Polar is quickly sent to the building.

  • After 132 days at sea, the Estrella Polar finally sights land, and a small expedition sets out to make sure that this new territory is safe.

  • As everyone looks for Sol, Gamboa tries to convince them that the youngsters took one of the life rafts. Salomé and Cho Sung find two new stowaways.

  • Sol reveals to Piti that she's never spent the night with anyone. She's also worried Gamboa's figured out that Sol is actually her twin sister, Elena.

  • Gamboa tries to dissuade Julia from marrying the captain, but she stands resolute, even though marriage between crewmembers is strictly forbidden.

  • The captain must decide who among the crew will stay behind in the hotel while they search for land. Also, he and Julia announce that they will marry.

  • The hotel’s inhabitants take Estrella Polar by force. Meanwhile, Julia and the captain are locked in an elevator that is slowly flooding.

  • The ship's crew realize they're sailing over a city buried underneath the sea and rescue 193 survivors who climbed to the top of the skyscrapers.

  • The crew get news they've been waiting for: Land has been sighted, or more precisely, a beacon. But when they get close, the light suddenly goes out.

  • The crew do their best to ensure that Valeria has a great Christmas, attempting to get everything she asked for and even making some things by hand.

  • Animated by the music coming from the bottom of the dining room, the youngest members of the ship begin to sing and dance, and soon everyone joins in.

  • The crew is puzzled when they come across a ship identical in shape and size to Estrella Polar. It's even more suspicious that it has the same name.

  • A young stowaway is discovered on the ship, and someone has connected the rudder to a homemade bomb that will detonate if the ship changes course.

  • The duck that the crew encountered has come from dry land, so as long as the magnetic field is normalized, it could guide them back home.

  • All electronic devices suddenly ceased functioning in the middle of the night, leaving the ship's crew with no light, radio, radar, or rudder control.

  • Ulises is unconscious in the water and in dire need of rescue. Palomares believes he's betrayed all that he swore to defend, his faith and God.

  • Estrella Polar is approaching a waterfall, so Burbuja decides to throw himself over the waterfall in a wooden barrel in order to estimate its height.

  • An enormous waterfall is dragging the ship down. Julia confesses more ships belonging to Proyecto Alejandr'a exist, so there must be more survivors.

  • Valeria is certain the newcomers are hiding something. Ulises is suspicious of them, too -- he's sure V'ctor hid something in the dirty woven basket.

  • Strange grayish larvae are jamming all the pipes and drains of the Estrella Polar -- which means something is nesting throughout the ship.

  • When a drifting watercraft bearing the name Queen América appears, the crew rescues some of the belongings that accompany it, including boxes of food.

  • The crew sails into an enormous, seemingly unthreatening patch of kelp that soon reproduces uncontrollably throughout the ship, causing it to sink.

  • The crew manage to contact astronauts of the International Space Station, who plan to touch down near the ship -- just as a cyclone will pass through.