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An index with media originating in Chile:

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  • Alegría y Sofía
  • Anarko
  • Barrabases
  • Caleuche Comics
  • Capitán Chile
  • Condorito
  • Diablo: Chilean response to DC/Marvel in the 90s (not related to Diablo video game series).
  • Doctor Mortis: Horror, suspense and the macabre.
  • Guardianes del Sur
  • Hermanos Rata
  • Killer
  • Locke & Key: Co-creation of Chilean artist Gabriel Rodriguez under IDW publishing but eventually re-released in Chile under Arcano IV publishing.
  • Mampato
  • Mauricio Herrera
  • Maestro Gato
  • Nuke: A Chilean vision on the Cyberpunk post-apocalyptic future.
  • Ñeke
  • Palomita
  • Rayén: Comic book created on the 90s and the other flagship of Chilean comic books apart of Diablo.
  • Topaze
  • Zombies en La Moneda

    Fairy Tales 
  • Blanca Rosa and the Forty Thieves
  • Florinda
  • Pedro the Blacksmith



  • Aguaturbia
  • Alex Anwandter
  • Anita Tijoux
  • Chancho en Piedra
  • Criminal
  • Critical Defiance
  • Demoniac
  • Dorso
  • Eduardo Gatti
  • Electrodomésticos
  • Francisca Valenzuela
  • Glup!
  • Javiera Mena
  • Joe Vasconcellos: A Chilean songwriter with Brazilian origins.
  • Kudai
  • La Ley
  • Los Jaivas
  • Los Prisioneros
  • Los Tres
  • Lucybell
  • Manuel Garcia
  • Maria José Quintanilla
  • Mental Devastation
  • Mon Laferte
  • Nicole
  • Pánico: A Chilean-French Alternative Rock band
  • Parkcrest
  • René De la Vega
  • Ripper
  • Sinergia
  • Supernova: The first Chilean Girlband a la Spice Girls.
  • Suppression
  • Tronic
  • Upa!
  • Víctor Jara
  • Violeta Parra

    Live Action TV 
  • 31 Minutos: Puppets running a news show.
  • 42 Days of Darkness: First Netflix series made in Chile.
  • 62' Historia de un Mundial: TV miniseries about the organization of the 1962 FIFA World Cup, held in Chile.
  • Los 80
  • Amores de Mercado
  • Los Archivos del Cardenal
  • Bala Loca
  • BKN
  • La Cacería: TV series based on the profile written in the book "Los Malos" by Rodrigo Fluxá, about a criminal known as "El Psicópata de Alto Hospicio".
  • Cachureos
  • Dignidad: TV miniseries co-produced with Germany, about Colonia Dignidad and his leader, Paul Schäfer.
  • Ecos del Desierto
  • Gen Mishima
  • Helga y Flora
  • La Jauría
  • Machos
  • Mea Culpa
  • La Ofis: Short-lived chilean adaptation of The Office (UK).
  • Pipiripao
  • Plan Z: Sketch TV show, from the creators of 31 Minutos.
  • El Presidente: Co-production with Colombia, based on the FIFA corruption case, and featuring former Chilean football federation president Sergio Jadue as his main character.
  • Prófugos
  • El Reemplazante
  • Sábados Gigantes
  • Sitiados: Co-production with Fox International Channels, based on the Spanish colonization of América.
  • Los Venegas: "THE" Chilean Sitcom, born in the 90s.
  • Zamudio: Perdidos en la Noche: TV miniseries based on the book "Solos en la noche" by Rodrigo Fluxá, which subsequently is based on the murder of Daniel Zamudio in 2012.


    Tabletop Game 
  • Humankind: A Cyberpunk card game made by the same Mitos y Leyendas team.
  • Metrópolis/La Gran Capital: Chilean version of Monopoly, stated on the capitol Santiago.
  • Mitos y Leyendas: A Collectible Card Game featuring mythological and historic figures of all places and cultures around the world, with illustrations by Chilean artists.

    Television Networks 

  • La Negra Ester
  • La Pérgola de las Flores

    Video Games 

    Web Animation 


    Web Videos 
  • AMV a la Chilena
  • Críticas Qls
  • Doblao
  • El Reviewer Random
  • Germán Garmendia
  • Huérfano Producciones
  • Lad COBRA
  • Pop Team Epic en Chileno
  • Queremos WWE: A famous WWE and pro-wrestling youtuber.

    Western Animation 
  • Bear Story: Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.
  • Bestia
  • Condorito: The 80s 2D animated shorts as well the 2017 CGI movie.
    • Condorito Jr.: A prequel animated series made by Cartoon Network.
  • Diego y Glot: The first Chilean animated series developed with traditional animation.
  • Hostal Morrison
  • Here's the Plan: Awarded Best Chilean Short Film at Chilemonos 2017.
  • Nahuel and the Magic Book: An International Coproduction between Chile and Brazil and awarded Chilemonos in 2020 and Tokyo Anime Award Festival for Award of Excellence in 2021.
  • Paper Port: A Stop Motion series produced mainly in Chile by Zumbástico Studios, but is actually an International Coproduction between Chile, Argentina, Colombia, and Brazil.
  • Los Pulentos: First 3D Chilean animation starring by ghetto children.
  • Pichintun
  • Villa Dulce
  • The Wolf House: Awarded the Platino Award for Best Animated Film.
  • Zumbástico Fantástico
  • Everything made by Marmota Studios, like Golpea Duro Hara, or Fin Punch!