It was a TV Show or a movie I am not completely sure. The names of characters and places sounded foreign like Latin America / Spain (or maybe Italy or France).

The story was about immortal werewolves. Some of the characters worked for the police and tried to investigate some werewolf related murders.

A conversation with a friend reminded me that one of the characters was a judge.

Other characters were teenagers. One of them was a werewolf.

The murders were related to some ritual to kill a werewolf/stop the lycanthropy spread.

The werewolves were immortal - their wounds healed fast. One of them survived a direct shot to the chest.

There were at least two werewolves, possibly more. One of the werewolves might have been a teacher, the other one was a teenager.

One of the scenes I remember was that somebody tried to find the werewolves by bringing some kind of magic flower to the school dance (my memory suggests wolf's bane but I may be mistaken).

There was a big focus on romantic relationships between different people.

I watched this movie/series probably around three years ago but it might be older.

  • Teen Wolf? (though it's an American series, so probably it's not what you are looking for) – lfurini Oct 9 '17 at 18:29
  • According to wikipedia, there an episode in the second season involving wolfsbane and a party that could match your recollections (I'm reluctant to write this as an answer as I never followed the series, so I have no direct knowledge of it). – lfurini Oct 9 '17 at 19:12
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    Sadly it's not it, it was definitely some Romance language series. – Lause Oct 9 '17 at 20:20

Could it be Luna, el misterio de Calenda? It's about a female judge named Sara Cruz who moves to the town of Calenda, where she discovers there's a werewolf population. One of the plotlines involved Sara's daughter, Leire, and her relationship with Joel, one of the local werewolves who suffers from a disease related to his lycanthropy.

I found it by searching for spanish tv show werewolf detectives, which brought up List of Spanish television series on Wikipedia.

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