Univision is presenting their programming slate next week to advertisers in New York City at the annual Upfronts. At these events, the Spanish-language network showcases the shows that will air the following television season in hopes that companies invest money to run commercials. UniMás is Univision's younger sibling and focuses on drama series. This year there are four interesting shows that will be part of the network. Check them out below and tell us what you think!

"El Príncipe" (The Prince) – Set in the troubled border district of The Prince in the Moroccan frontier, the series begins as the young and highly trained spy, Javier Morey, arrives with the secret mission to infiltrate himself as the new chief inspector of the local police station, under the suspicion that some local agents could be collaborating with Muslim extremist cells. As he digs into the complex world of The Prince, Morey will meet Fatima, a Muslim teacher and sister of the most important drug trafficker in the area and of a teenage boy who has been missing for months. Fatima is determined to find her young brother despite the apparent indifference from local police in the case. Although Morey will try to enlist Fatima as a confidant, it will be impossible for him to not feel attracted to her as they spend more time together, which could jeopardize his mission and even his own life.

"La Ronca de Oro" (The Voice of Freedom) – This is the real-life story of Helena Vargas, a singer who longed to be free during the very male chauvinist 50s, when women had more duties than rights and were expected to be only wives and mothers. Helena found a way to express her deep desire for freedom through music, overcoming all obstacles in a prejudiced society, beginning with her family. This music, after years of struggle, would bring her success, but also the origin of her worst humiliations. It also became the soundtrack of her two great loves: one that almost put an end to her life, and one that filled her days with happiness. Like no other, she understood that popular music has no age, sex, nor class, and that during times of violence, her incomparable voice would be capable of uniting an entire nation.

"Las Hijas de Tierra Blanca" (The Daughters of Tierra Blanca) - Aurora's life forever changed the day her father was unjustly killed by the authorities. She used to be a regular citizen of Tierra Blanca, but that day she became the leader of a group of women who rebelled against everything that had to do with power. These were women whose hands did not shake when they needed to hold a gun up against someone else; especially if this was the only way they had to redeem Aurora´s father´s reputation. Tierra Blanca´s female army –formed by Aurora, Tabatha, Manuela and Yuliana– will confront the biggest drug lords with one simple message: family, elders and women must be respected. This was a battle that Aurora's father had begun years ago but now she must lead it herself so that Tierra Blanca can once again be a town of peace, progress and solidarity. 

"Bloque de Búsqueda" (Search Squad) – Inspired by real-life events, "Bloque de Búsqueda" revolves around Col. Hernán Martín and Capt. Antonio Gavilán, the men who created the elite Search Squad task force to track down Pablo Escobar. Knowing the only way to catch a criminal was to think and act like one, they operated on the edge of the law, aligning with the drug lord's enemies and putting their lives — as well as those of their families — on the line to bring Colombia's most ruthless and elusive mobster to justice.