Locked Up , originally titled in Spanish as Vis A Vis meaning "face to face" ,  is a Spanish serial drama television series produced by Globomedia , initially for Spanish Network Antena 3 and later on for Fox Spain. It premiered on 20 April After Antena 3 cancelled the show, a year later, Fox Spain announced they had picked up the series for a third and final fourth season, which premiered on 23 April and 3 December respectively, becoming the most watched pay TV on its timeslot. Netflix also bought global streaming rights for the show. Since its cancellation, majority of the casts moved on to different projects, resulting to major cast changes in season three and four.
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'She's not an animal': Autistic teen girl locked up 24 hours a day | UK News | Sky News
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Sky correspondent ashishskynews. The distraught father of an autistic teenager who is locked up for 24 hours a day without any physical human contact has told Sky News his daughter "is not an animal". Jeremy, whose full name cannot be disclosed to protect his daughter Bethany's identity, said she is being held in a "cell" where food is served to her by sliding it across the floor. He said: "I use the word cell because the room has a door you can walk into and is locked.