The home for Hispanic families living the American dream.

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The home for Hispanic families living the American dream.
The home for Hispanic families living the American dream.
The place where they connect with their culture.
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Amores Verdaderos
True Loves
A passionate and bold novela with a modern take on
forbidden love. The story is set in the glamorous yet
superficial world of fashion, tying those elements as
centerfold in the development of this love story.
An impossible love develops between Victoria, a woman
of high society and José Angel, her bodyguard. Married
to others, their love is forbidden…but always true!
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Currently a huge success in Mexico
Main stars include: Eduardo Yañez (Destilando Amor),
Erika Buenfil (Triunfo del Amor, Mañana es para
Siempre), Eliza Gonzalez (Mujeres Asesinas 2) and
Sebastian Rulli (Teresa)
Airs Mon-Fri at 9PM
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Amor Bravío
Valiant Love
A love story about resentment and
revenge. Camila, a veterinarian, loses her
fiancé and takes refuge working on her
uncle’s cattle farm. There she meets
Daniel, an idealistic Chilean man who is
unjustly imprisoned and is now seeking
to clear his name. To find true love they’ll
each be forced to face their fears, and
their past.
IN THE FACE OF FEAR THERE’S NEW
FOUND LOVE
 Mon-Fri at 10PM
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Corona De Lágrimas
Crown of Tears
A novela about the strength fueling a single mom raising
three kids, despite a serious medical condition. The story
explores the struggles yet ultimate satisfaction of a
woman who is willing to sacrifice everything and anything
for the well-being of her family.
Starring internationally renowned Mexican actors
Victoria Ruffo and Ernesto Laguardia
 Airs Mon-Fri, at 7PM
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Mar de Amor
Sea of Love
Estrella, a dreamy and restless girl from a small fishing
village falls in love with Victor, a wayward son with a dark
past. Oriana, daughter of the most prominent citizen in
the town, has also fallen for Victor and does everything
within her power to win his heart. Victor finds himself at
a crossroads when Coral ,his long lost love, reemerges
after a long disappearance due to amnesia. She then sets
off on a path to win him back no matter the cost, but the
depth of Victor and Estrella ‘s love is the only thing that
will help them find their way to happiness.
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Mon-Fri at 1AM
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Al Diablo con los Guapos
To Hell with the Handsome
Recruited to work for the affluent and powerful
Belmontes, young Milagros (Allisson Lozz)
quickly discovers how difficult it can be to fit into
this dazzling new world so unlike her own in
Univision's hugely popular novela. But further
complications ensue when she finds herself
inescapably drawn to Alejandro (Eugenio Siller),
the clan's golden boy, and fending off the
advances of yet another member of the family.
Mon-Fri at 12AM
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Cuidado
Con
El
Angel
Be Careful with the Angel
Marichuy has had a very traumatic life. She was abandoned and
placed in an orphanage at a very early age, and at the age of 14
she was attacked by a man, which left her with a deep
resentment towards all men. One day, Marichuy gets involved
in a legal dilemma and is taken to see a judge. There, she meets
Juan Miguel, a psychoanalyst, who agrees to take responsibility
of her so that she won’t be put in jail. Juan and Marichuy
eventually fall in love and marry, but on the day after the
wedding, Marichuy discovers a great secret from Juan’s past.
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Starring Maite Perroni (Rebelde) and heartthrob actor/
model William Levy
Airs Mon-Fri at 2PM
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Soy Tu Dueña
I Am Your Owner
A caterpillar to butterfly story of transformation. The
novela kicks off with Valentina, a once sweet and loving
woman whose feelings become “steel” in hopes of
protecting herself from heartbreak. Destiny has a different
plan for her however; as she soon discovers love will once
again offer her the happiness she was once robbed of.
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Starring Lucero, Fernando Colunga and David Zepeda
Soy Tu Dueña is Univision’s top-rated primetime novela
of all time (Persons 2+)
Mon-Fri at 3PM
Source: The Nielsen Company. NHPM (10/26/1992-12/25/2005) & NPM (12/26/2005-11/30/2012) Mon-Sun 7pm11pm, Live+SD.
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Porque el Amor Manda
Because Love Rules
No test is too tough for the power of love. This is the story of
Jesus, a self-driven man who always sees the glass as half-full.
However, his positive attitude and determination will
constantly be put to the test as he must find ways to reinvent
himself and earn the love of his daughter and the women of
his dreams.
 Stars Fernando Colunga (Protagonist in 4 out of the Top 5
Univision novelas of all time) and Blanca Soto (Eva Luna)
 From one of Mexico’s most successful and prolific producers,
Juan Osorio
 Set between Chicago and Monterrey, Mexico.
 March 11, 2013 – September 27, 2013
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Qué Bonito Amor
What A Beautiful Love
In this classic novela, Santos Martínez is forced to leave his
wealthy and carefree lifestyle and take on a false identity as
a Mariachi. In his new life, music is his best ally and will help
him get his life back and win the love of Maria. But then his
true identity is revealed and their “beautiful” love song
takes on a decidedly ominous tone.
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Starring Jorge Salinas (La Que No Podía Amar), Mexican
Ranchero singer Pablo Montero and novela icon Angelica
Maria
April 15, 2013 – October 25, 2013
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La Mujer del Vendaval
The Woman from Vendaval
it’s the story of Marcela who is about to receive a large
inheritance on the condition that she marry. She meets a
worthy suitor named Alessandro, a wealthy heir in his own
right. A valuable piece of jewelry goes missing and triggers
this who-done-it novela with more classic sitcom laughs
than expected.
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Young cast appeals to all ages
May 13, 2013 – November 29, 2013
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La Tempestad
The story of a beautiful young girl who’s revelations of
indiscretions by her vengeful former boss force her to
find work in a small fishing village. There she meets the
owner of the fishing boat La Tempestad, and they fall
in love. But the dark clouds gather quickly as jealous
and ambitious rivals emerge bent on destroying any
hopes they may have had for happiness. Damián and
Marina finally weather the storms of life and find calm
waters once again.
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Highly-anticipated return of today’s hottest novela
heartthrob and cross-over sensation, William Levy.
Miss Universe 2009 Ximena Navarrete
From rating juggernaut Executive Producer
Salvador Mejía (Triunfo del Amor and Corazón
Salvaje)
July 15, 2013 – December 6, 2013
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Lo Que Más Quieres
What You Want the Most
A weekly singing face-off where families perform solo
or as an ensemble. But voice is not the only thing being
evaluated, stage presence and creating an emotional
bridge to judges and audience also have a strong say.
The winning family gets a chance at realizing one of
their dreams.
 Hosted by Mexican singer and actress Daniela Romo
 Celebrity judges include: Adal Ramones, Galilea
Montijo, Marco Antonio de Regil, Susana Zabaleta,
Emmanuel
 Different winners are selected each week
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La Nueva Vida
The New Life
A moving homage to motherhood displayed in nine weekly
shows portraying the journey of pregnancy. Each show will
feature a different mom-to-be and her experience based on
the stage she’s at and her background. The series
culminates in a Mother’s Day concert special featuring the
nine original songs that were released during the season.
 Featuring A-list stars including: Maite Perroni, Angélica Vale
and Galilea Montijo
 Original songs will be recorded and performed by famous
Latin American singers
Premieres March 10th
 Airs Sundays at 5pm
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Nuestra Belleza Latina
Our Latin Beauty
Nuestra Belleza Latina brings some of Hispanic America’s
most beautiful and talented women to face-off in a
competition that goes way beyond their appearance.
Contestants compete in weekly challenges designed to
test their character and willpower for the ultimate prize:
a Univision contract. The perfect mixture of reality
drama, talent contest and beauty pageant all rolled into
one. And the ultimate pay off – viewers vote to decide
who stays and who goes.
 6th season’s premiere showed 21% increase in A18-49
over season 5
 On average, 4 million people tuned in to watch the
premier of the 6th season of Nuestra Belleza Latina
 Premieres March 10, 2013
Source: The Nielsen Company, NPM, Sunday (03/04/2012) 7:00pm-11:00pm, Univision’s Nuestra Belleza Latina”
premiere aired from 8:00pm-10:00pm.
¡Mira Quién Baila!
Look Who’s Dancing
¡Mira Quién Baila! has been one of the highest rated
reality-competition since its debut on Univision. The
program pairs ten celebrities with professional dancers
and follows their every move, from workouts and
rehearsals to all-out dance performances before a panel
of judges and a studio audience. Winners are
determined through a strict elimination process, and the
cash prize is donated to the winner’s charity of choice.
 The Hispanic version of Dancing with the Stars
 Premieres September, 2013
Parodiando
Parody
Televisa produced reality show where teams of
performers compete to be named Mexico’s greatest
impersonator. Weekly challenges poke fun at the Latin
American community’s biggest stars.
 First season drove Univision’s significant Sunday night
February Sweep year-over-year audience growth
across all key demos
 Premieres June, 2013
Source: The Nielsen Company. NPM (02/02/2012-02/29/2012 vs. 02/03/2011-03/02/2011) Sun 7pm-11pm, Live+SD.
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Pequeños Gigantes
Pequeños Gigantes
Televisa’s family-friendly reality show where kids ages 4
to 12 compete in a talent search with hopes of being
recognized as the most gifted little entertainer.
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Hosted by one of Mexico’s favorite hosts, Galilea
Montijo
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Al Punto
To The Point
Univision’s Sunday morning public affairs program
where Latinos can hear about the political and news
issues of the day that are of particular interest to their
community and the nation.
Hosted by award-winning journalist and Noticiero
Univision’s anchor Jorge Ramos
 Airs Sundays at 10AM
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Aquí y Ahora
Here and Now
Aquí y Ahora uncovers stories that are of special
interest to Hispanics with topics ranging from
immigration, national and international politics, to
education, crime and healthcare.
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Hosted by renowned journalists María Elena
Salinas and Teresa Rodríguez
The show encourages an interactive and social
media platform
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Primer Impacto
First Impact
Hispanic America’s number one daily news
magazine, Primer Impacto covers breaking news and
emotionally gripping stories. Bárbara Bermudo and
Pamela Silva Conde, along with a team of seasoned
journalist, bring viewers the most fascinating reports
from across the country and around the world.
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New! Dr. Juan José Rivera now joins as host of two
weekly health
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Noticiero Univision
Univision News
The most trusted newscast on Spanish-language
television in the United States, covering stories and
issues of special interest to the Hispanic community
for over 25 years. Anchors Jorge Ramos and María
Elena Salinas lead the award-winning Noticiero
Univision team with journalists Lourdes Ramos and
Félix de Bedout joining on weekends.
The only Spanish-language newscast honored with
the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award
 In 2012, María Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos
received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the
National Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences
 Airs Mon-Fri, 6:30-7:00PM
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Local Lifelines
Prevention Campaigns
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Weather: Tornado, Hurricane and Floodin
Health: Flu, Disease outbreaks
Disaster Special Coverage
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Extended programming
On-the-ground correspondents
Communication between families
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República Deportiva
Sports Republic
Hispanic sports fans get a full serving of the latest news
about their favorite stars—many of whom drop by in
person—in addition to a good dose of humor and
surprises. República Deportiva also keeps viewers up-tospeed on all the latest sports developments with
multiple nightly breaks throughout the week and regular
segments on Univision’s Primer Impacto, and the
weekend edition of Noticiero Univision.
 Hosted by popular commentators Fernando Fiore
and Felix “El Gato” Fernández
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Premios
Lo
Nuestro®
Lo Nuestro Latin Music Awards
Premio Lo Nuestro is the longest-running Spanish-language
Latin music awards show in TV history. Nominations are
based on Nielsen airplay tracking data and the winners are
determined by popular vote. It features 35 categories,
representing all the most popular music genres.
The 25th Anniversary of Premio Lo Nuestro reached 11.1
million viewers
 # 1 most social program and broadcast network on social
TV that day with more engagement than the latest
editions of People’s Choice Awards and the Golden Globes
 Noche de Estrellas red carpet coverage had more social
activity then the Oscars red carpet on ABC and E!
 Air date: February, 2014
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Source: The Nielsen Company, NSI Ratings (2/16/2012), “Premio Lo Nuestro” aired Thursday 8:00pm-11:00pm E/PT (7:00pm-10:00pm CT). Primetime
is defined as ABC/CBS/NBC/IND/SLTV Thursday 8:00-11:00pm E/PT (7:00-10:00pm CT) and FOX/CW Thursday 8:00-10:00pm E/PT (7:00-9:00pm
CT). Live+SD. Univision.com Intranet tracking and analytics, Google Analytics, Lithium, MegaPhone Labs for live carpet voting.
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Premios TVyNovelas
TVyNovelas Awards
International entertainment magazine TVyNovelas and
media power house Televisa host this yearly awards
show widely considered the Latin American Emmys. The
event’s spotlight is on novela productions but it also
salutes Mexican TV icons and introduces the stars of the
future.
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Established since 1983, it is the most important
awards ceremony in the world of novelas
First-ever live broadcast on Univision will be in April
2013
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Premios Juventud
Hispanic Youth Awards
The only show of its kind on Spanish-language television,
celebrating the preferences of Hispanic youth in 24
categories that cover everything from music, film, and
sports, to fashion, novelas and pop culture.
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In 2012, Premios Juventud reached over 9 million Total
Viewers 2+
Univision was the #1 network in both Adults 18 to 34,
five yearsin a row
#1 most social program and network
Generated 11.2 million digital page views in one week
Airs July 18, 2013
Sources: The Nielsen Company, NPM Thursday, “Premios Juventud” (07/19/2012) 8:00pm-11:00pm. Reach based on Persons 2+,
6+ minute qualifier, Live+SD. Reach based on NPM Fastcurne , persons 2+,6+ minute qualified audience (visitors included);
Univision’s Premios Juventud 2012; SocialGuide and Trendrr. Online traffic source: Univision.com US/PR traffic analytics
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The Latin GRAMMY® Awards
The Latin Recording Academy® and its members honor
Latin music from all over the world in a glitter-filled, starstudded evening celebrating musical excellence.
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The 2012 broadcast reached 9.5 million viewers
More Hispanic viewers 2+ than the combined
audience of the 2012’s Primetime Emmy Awards, MTV
Video Music Awards, American Music Awards and
Billboard Music Awards
The show also attracted more Adults 18-34 than ABC,
CBS and NBC from 8-11PM
More social media activity making Univision the #1
Network in Social TV that night
Airs November 7, 2013
Sources: The Nielsen Company, NPM, Thursday (11/15/2012) 8:00pm-11:00pm. Reached based on NPM. Persons 2+,6+ minute qualified
audience. English language award shows based on: “American Music Awards (11/20/2011). “Billboard Music Awards” (06/20/2012),
“Prime timeEmmy Awards” (09/23/2012) and “MTV Video Music Awards” (09/06/2012.
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Premios oyE!
Hear! Awards
Premios oyE! are presented annually by the Academia
Nacional de la Música en México (Mexican National
Music Academy) for outstanding achievements in the
Mexican record industry.
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The awards ceremony features performances by the
important national and international artists like Robbie
Williams, Shakira, Paul McCartney and Alejandro
Fernández among others
December 22, 2013
Vicente Fernández
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Lo Nuestro Specials
Our Specials
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In service to the 70% of all Hispanics in the U.S. who
are of Mexican heritage, Univision invests in the
exclusive coverage of annual specials and
celebrations, keeping with tradition and building a
loyal TV following
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These highly-rated specials are key in providing our
Hispanic-American viewers with the opportunity to
stay connected to their country’s most popular
events and share their cultural connections with their
children
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Lo Nuestro Specials
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El Grito. Celebrating Mexican
Independence Day
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Las Mañanitas a la Virgen de
Guadalupe. A Celebration to kick off
Christmas festivities
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¡Feliz 2014! New Years Eve – Live Coast
to Coast
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Desfile de las Rosas. The Rose Parade
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Lo Nuestro Specials:
Las Mañanitas a la Virgen de Guadalupe
A Concert Celebration to the Patron Saint of the Americas.
Live from Mexico
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Latinos gather in every corner of the country to
honor Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe on the eve
before her “day”(December 12)
Celebrities gather to sing and present their
devotion
Our special covers the pilgrimage and arrival at
the Basílica of Guadalupe in Mexico City and
celebrations across the country, including Los
Angeles, with top stars singing in honor of our
Lady of Guadalupe
This is a celebration that kicks off the holiday
festivities through January 6th (Three Kings Day)
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Lo Nuestro Specials: ¡Feliz 2014!
Celebrating New Year’s Eve 2014!
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Univision welcomes 2014 with an unforgettable
New Year’s Eve special ¡Feliz 2014!
Hosted by Univision personalities, featuring a
simultaneous LIVE, coast-to-coast broadcast from
Times Square in New York City, Disneyland Resort in
California and Acapulco, Mexico
Broadcast kicks off at 9:55 PM ET
Line up includes A-list celebrities and larger-than-life
performances from Latin music’s biggest names
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Desfile de las Rosas
Rose Parade
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More than broadcasting the world’s most-watched
parade
First live coast to coast special on Univision
The broadcast features coverage along the parade
route and the Rose House lawn, offering viewers the
beauty of the parade’s floral extravaganza
Parade festivities begin with a live pre-show
Airs January 1, 2014
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Despierta América
Wake Up America
Wake up to Hispanic America’s #1 morning show for almost
15 years in a row! Tune in for fashion and parenting advice,
healthy eating tips, the latest headlines, the biggest celebrity
sightings and more.
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Up +37% season-to-date among Adults 18-49
Outshines ABC’s Good Morning America (-1%),
CBS’ This Morning (-5%), and NBC’s Today Show (-22%)
+56% YOY growth in Women 18-49 viewers
Viewers are on average nearly 14 years younger that the
audiences of GMA, Today and CBS This Morning
More than 70% of viewers don't watch any of the EL
Broadcast Morning Shows
Source: The Nielsen Company. NPM (09/24/2012-12/30/2012 vs. comparable dates for previous seasons) Mon-Fri 7am-11am.
Unduplicated Audience based on a qualified audience of 6+ minutes and on Adults/Women 18-49.
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Hoy
Today
A surprisingly-fun mixture of laughter, advice, celebrity and
emotional support . Hoy is the daytime show for Latinas who
care about the physical, mental and emotional well being of
family and self. A perfect environment for U.S. marketers.
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Airing continuously for more than 14 years in Mexico
Steady rating growth since Univision premiere September
2012
Reimaged for 2013
Mon-Fri, 12pm-2pm immediately following Despierta América
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Sábado Gigante
Giant Saturday
The longest running variety show in television history
according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Three
fun-filled hours of comedy skits, amateur talent contests,
emotional family reunions and performances by the
biggest Latin music stars.
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#1 program on Saturday nights among Hispanics
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Rated as more of co-viewing event for moms and kids
2-11 than American Idol, Dancing with the Stars and
The Voice
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El Gordo y La Flaca
The Scoop and the Skinny
From celebrity news and interviews to the latest
novela and reality scoop, El Gordo y La Flaca is the
highest-rated entertainment news show on Spanish
language TV.
 Hosted by established personalities Raúl de
Molina and Lili Estefan
 Broadcast live from Univision’s Miami Studios
 Mon-Fri at 4PM
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Sal y Pimienta
Salt and Pepper
The ultimate behind-the-scenes look at our most
popular shows, red carpet specials and reality hits. Cohosts Lourdes Stephen and Rodner Figueroa dish out
the scoop Hispanic America craves.
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Young Hispanics love the trend setting co-hosts
Includes live weekly interactive components
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La Rosa de Guadalupe
Guadalupe’s Rose
A unique series that offers viewers reconstructed
dramatizations of real-life miracles, dreams, and spiritual
moments presented in a positive, family-oriented manner.
Each episode tells a story of hope and inspiration, proving that
in a world filled with mysteries and unanswerable questions,
anyone can be blessed with a miracle.
 The stories are filled with positive and inspirational characters
and fulfill people’s belief in miracles, dreams and love stories
 Mon- Fri at 11 AM
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Como Dice el Dicho
As The Saying Goes
Spanish-language sayings or proverbs are often used in Latin
American culture as analogies to everyday situations. Como
Dice El Dicho is a drama series where one of these is selected
and applied to real life situations.
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A Televisa production mainly filmed in Mexico City
Stories provide a strong cultural connection as they
prompt the audience to reflect on the meaning of
proverbs they’ve heard and used all of their lives
Mexican legend Sergio Corona plays the narrator’s role
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La Familia P.Luche
The Plush Family
A sitcom that takes place in a fictional city called “Ciudad P.
Luche” where clothes and other objects are wrapped in
plush. The show is similar in style to Married… With
Children in that it depicts a comically dysfunctional family.
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Created and starred by Mexican comedian Eugenio
Derbez
The name P. Luche is a pun on the word “plush” in
Spanish: peluche
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La Hora Pico
The Peak Hour
A series of comical sketches, featuring different
celebrity guests, woven together to showcase
another side of their favorite stars.
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Starring comedian geniuses Consuelo Duval,
Miguel Galván and Adrián Uribe
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Produced by Televisa
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La Escuelita VIP
The VIP Scool
Joined by best buddies, bitter rivals and sexy female
classmates, troublemaker Jorgito returns for another
laugh-out-loud season of this hit Mexican comedy
series that features the outrageous antics of adults
dressing and acting like schoolchildren. Constantly
struggling to keep the rowdy pupils in line, the
classroom's two agitated teachers are often forced to
use their paddles to maintain order.
Cast includes Mexico’s leading comedians and
popular actresses
 Created and starred by comedian Jorge Ortiz de
Pinedo
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Vecinos
Neighbors
Once more, Mexican comedian Eugenio Derbez
demonstrates his genius by producing this comedy
that is filled with wholesome humor and apt for the
whole family. The stories evolve from the everyday
situations lived out by the inhabitants of an
apartment building and how these neighbors
interact with each other.
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The stories are filled with positive and
inspirational characters and fulfill people’s belief
in miracles, dreams and love stories
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¿Y Ahora Qué Hago?
Now What Do I Do?
¿ Y Ahora Qué Hago? is a half-hour comedy series that
portrays the hilarious daily life of TV host and comedian Adal
Ramones, along with his wife, his daughter, his best friend
and his psychologist. With countless comic situations, this
series presents the life behind the scenes of a TV star and
shows that fame is not just about having luxuries and
enjoying them, but knowing how to survive every day with a
good attitude.
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Airs Saturdays at 1:30 AM
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Sabadazo
Super Saturday
Think part game show, part talk show and part SNL, and this
is Sabadazo. This high energy, three-hour show features
sketches with the main host’s famous characters, audience
contests, top 10 music countdowns and celebrity guest
appearances.
 Co-hosted by Mexican comedian and impersonator
Omar Chaparro and model and actress Cecilia Galliano
 Airs Saturday mornings from 9AM to 12PM
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Delicioso
Delicious
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A celebration of Hispanic traditions with a new take
on cooking, recipes and entertaining. With her
culinary creativity, engaging personality, and crosscultural appeal, Chef Ingrid lends her experience to all
cooking enthusiasts in Hispanic America to help
them create the perfect meal.
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Featured in Despierta América, Univision Radio
stations across the country and major cable
providers via Univision on Demand vignettes.
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Dora la Exploradora
Dora The Explorer
Cartoon phenomenon Dora La Exploradora follows
the adventures of an inquisitive and curious eight-year
old girl. The show has an interactive format that allows
children to learn how to solve problems, improve their
vocabulary (English and Spanish), math skills, music
appreciation and physical coordination.
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Targets children ages 2-4
Runs as part of the Saturday morning kids’
block, Planeta U
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El Chavo Animado
El Chavo Animated Series
A family-friendly animated series based on one of the
most watched sitcoms in Mexican television history. It
centers around the adventures and tribulations of El
Chavo — a young orphan played by the show's creator,
Roberto Gómez Bolaños, and other children and adults
that live within the same apartment.
 El Chavo was the most watched show in Mexican
television, which later became an animated series.
 The original show from the 1970’s still to this day, has a
cult-like following and reruns airing in the U.S.
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Vamos Diego!
Go Diego, Go!
A spin-off of the wildly popular Dora La Exploradora,
Go Diego Go is about a boy named Diego Márquez
who along with this baby jaguar companion, rescue
animals around the world. Diego was first introduced
in an episode of Dora the Explorer titled Meet Diego!
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Targets children ages 2-4
Teaches children about each animal’s
characteristics such as sound, movement,
habitat, diet and family
Runs as part of the Saturday morning kids’ block,
Planeta U
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Los Backyardigans
The Backyardigans
Five friends – Uniqua, Pablo, Tyrone, Tasha and Austin –
with a vivid imagination that allows them to transform
their backyards into fantasy filled worlds.
 Targets children ages 2-6
 Inspires children to sing, dance and stretch their
imaginations
 Runs as part of the Saturday morning kid’s block,
Planeta U
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Maya y Miguel
Maya and Miguel
The show chronicles the adventures of 10-year-old
twins Maya and Miguel Santos and features their
family, friends and diverse neighborhood. Maya y
Miguel places strong emphasis on family values and
collaboration.
 Targets children ages 5-7
 Presents a positive, culturally-rich portrayal of
Latino families, language and culture
 Runs as part of the Saturday morning kids’
block, Planeta U
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Pocoyo
Pocoyo
Award-winning educational children’s series about a
young boy’s discovery of the world around him. Set in
a 3D space, the stunning graphics support the simple
storytelling at the heart of each episode.
 Targets children ages 2-6
 Promotes a philosophy of curiously, openness,
interest, understanding, tolerance, respect and love
 Runs as part of the Saturday morning kids’ block,
Planeta U
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Zigby La Zebra
Zigby The Zebra
Set on a tropical island, Zigby la Cebra and his two best
friends McMeer (a meerkat) and Bertie (a guinea fowl)
always “trot into trouble.” Kids love tuning in to follow
their latest adventures.
 Targets children ages 2-6
 Encourages curiosity, perseverance and
teamwork as building blocks for problemsolving
 Runs as part of the Saturday morning kids’
block, Planeta U
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Developed especially for Hispanic millennials. Unimás brings a
surprising and fresh perspective to Spanish-language television.
With content geared to a younger bicultural audience, it
complements the Univision network.
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Made in Cartagena
Made in Cartagena
When a poorly planned heist goes horribly wrong, a
powerful gang leader plots revenge and uses his
beautiful niece as bait.
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A dramatic series set in the unknown and daring
world of Champeta – an original music genre of
Colombia
Filled with action, force, music, dancing, sensuality
and spectacular visuals
From Caracol, the producers of Escobar and El
Cartel
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Rosario Tijeras
Rosario Scissors
The abuse Rosario experiences as a teenager
shapes the woman she becomes. This is the
dramatic tale of a beautiful woman who becomes
an assassin to avenge the wounds of her past and
punish the men in her life.
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Colombian series produced by RCN
Airs Mon-Thurs at 10PM
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Los Héroes del Norte
The Heroes from the North
Hispanic America’s most popular music genre becomes
the subject of a spoof in this dramady where five ordinary
guys meet under the worst circumstances to form a
norteño band and search for fame, fortune and fans.
The comedy hit boasts feature film production values and
an A-list ensemble cast lead by one of today’s hottest
stars, Miguel Rodarte.
 Produced by Televisa and a proven success in Mexico
and on Galavisión
 Seasons 1 and 2 which previously aired successfully
on Galavisión in will re-air on UniMás April, 2013
 Season 3 premieres Q4, 2013
Miguel Rodarte
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Cloroformo
Chloroform
No punches are pulled in this groundbreaking series
set in an inner city boxing gym. The story is of five
fighters from very different backgrounds and the
struggles they face both in and out of the ring as they
claw their way to the top of a profession that’s glory
days are far behind it.
 This knock-out series is guaranteed to go the
distance with viewers.
 Special appearances by Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray
Leonard and Julio César Chávez
Starring Osvaldo Benavides (La Que No Podía
Amar)
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Movies on UniMás
Hispanic America loves movies and UniMás features
blockbuster Hollywood entertainment at its best.
From action films, to crime dramas, to comedies –
expect a new title every night.
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Cineplex: Action/Adventure, Mon-Fri (except
Thursdays) at 7PM ,
CineMás: Deluxe feature presentation,
Thursdays twice a month at 7PM
Cine de las Estrellas: Double feature Sundays at
7 and 9PM
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Cine en Familia
Family Movie Time
Family blockbusters for Hispanic America to enjoy. These
featured films will be ones the whole family will want to sit
down and watch.
Sample Titles
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The Pink Panther
Night at the Museum
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black
Pearl
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
*Movie titles are subject to change
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Fiesta de Película
Movie Party
Join hosts and friends in a trendy city loft for
a monthly movie night.
Between breaks the cast engages in a lively
discussion on everything from movies and
food, to fashion and gossip, offering partners
unprecedented organic integration
opportunities with Hispanic millenials.
Sample Titles
■ Fabulous Journey to the Center of the Earth
■ The Fast and the Furious
■ Dante’s Peak
■ The Forbidden Kingdom
■ Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
*Movie titles are subject to change
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Contacto Deportivo
Sports Contact
UniMás’ nightly sports highlights and recap
program, providing coverage of NBA, MLB, NFL
and everything soccer related--from LigaMX, to
the English Premier League, to all the rest of the
international football leagues and competitions.
 Resembles ESPN’s SportsCenter in that it delivers all the
current sports news in quick-and-easy updates for the
passionate sports fan
 Feeds our sports-hungry fans with highlights, scores and
inside stories about teams and leagues they care most
about
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Sólo Boxeo Tecate
Just Tecate Boxing
In a partnership with Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy
Promotions – and the country’s top promoters –Sólo Boxeo
Tecate presents the raw talent of the best up-and-coming
Hispanic and Latin American boxers.
 40+ original fights inclusive in 52 weeks of boxing action
 Broadcast from the top boxing venues in the U.S.-Fantasy Springs Casino (Indio, CA), Tropicana Resort (Las
Vegas, NV), Casino del Sol (Tucson, AZ) and the Paradise
Theater (Bronx, NY)
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El Chavo
The Boy
This classic beloved sitcom centers around the
adventures of El Chavo--a young orphan played by the
show's creator, Mexican comedian and TV producer
Roberto Gomez Bolaños-- and other children and adults
that live within the same apartment complex. Its
humor style relies heavily on physical comedy, and
dealing with improbable and exaggerated situations.
 It is the most popular sitcom in the history of
Mexican television reaching 350 million viewers
worldwide
 Many current Mexican and Latin American
colloquialisms originated from the series
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Plaza Sésamo
Sesame Street
Preschooler favorite Sesame Street comes to life in Spanish
depicting a colorful neighborhood (the Plaza) as the home to
families, children and three Muppets: Abelardo, Lola and
Pancho Contreras. The show follows the same format as the
English version but with an influence of Latin American
traditions.
 Co-produced by Televisa and Sesame Workshop
 Airs Saturday mornings
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Laura
In a new stage of her career as a journalist, Laura Bozzo
offers empowering solutions to her guests’ problems in
a talk show that promotes family union as a base for
society.
 On Televisa, Laura beats TV Azteca with 4+ rating
points
 A task force of psychologists and lawyers is assigned
to follow up on the featured cases
 Problem-Solution focused
 Mon-Fri 3-5pm
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Mujer, Casos De La Vida Real
Woman, Real Life Stories
One of the most successful series of Mexican
television, this 60- minute show portrays real-life
women living and overcoming traumatic experiences.
 Hosted by legendary actress Silvia Pinal
Airs Mon-Fri at 1PM
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Veredicto Final
Final Verdict
As a former assistant Public Defender, Cristina
Pereyra, calls upon her vast legal experience as
well as her own rich Hispanic heritage. Judge
Pereyra weighs the evidence and renders a just –
and final – verdict.
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THE Spanish-language cable destination, connecting U.S.
Hispanics of Mexican descent to their culture and roots.
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Primero Noticias
News First
Young, driven and outspoken describe Mexican
anchorman Carlos Loret de Mola and the
personality behind Primero Noticias, the number
one Spanish-language cable morning show. The
newscast covers world wide affairs but also takes
deeper dives into the most relevant Mexican news.
 Airs Monday to Friday at 8:00 AM
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Carlos Loret de Mola has 2.2 million twitter
followers
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Noticiero con Lolita Ayala
News with Lolita Ayala
Lolita Ayala is a Mexican journalist considered to be
the first lady of news in this country. Since 1987,
she hosts El Noticiero con Lolita Ayala, where
viewers join her and her team of collaborators, as
they present segments that focus on current
events taking place Mexico and the world.
 Her newscast is one of the best-regarded,
nationwide news programs in Mexico and the U.S.
Airs Monday to Friday at 4:30 PM
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Noticiero con Paola Rojas
News with Paola Rojas
A newscast committed to informing from a fresh
and dynamic point of view everything that’s
happening in contemporary Mexico. Featuring
interviews and special assignments on current
affairs taking place in that country, it is a great
alternative to soap operas and other Hispanic
networks.
 Airs Monday to Friday at 5:00 PM
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Las Noticias Por Adela
The News by Adela
Hosted by Mexican journalist Adela Micha, Las
Noticias Por Adela is more of a news talk show
that features exclusive interviews with key
players of Mexican breaking news. With onsite special reports, in depth commentaries
and complete news chronicles, this newscast
allows viewers to form their own opinion.
 Airs Monday to Friday at 12:30 AM
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Noticiero Con Joaquín López-Dóriga
The News with Joaquín López-Dóriga
The main newscast in Mexico is also on
Galavisión. Presented by Joaquín López-Dóriga,
one of Mexico’s leading journalists, it covers
Mexican and international breaking news.
 Airs Monday to Friday live from Mexico City at
11:30 PM ET
 The go-to late night newscast for Mexicans in
and out of the country
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Sunday News Daytime Lineup
Los Reporteros, Tercer Grado and Punto de Partida
Roundtables, analysis and discussions lead by Mexico’s
most respected journalists, where the implications of
today’s history-making moments in Mexican politics
are covered in depth. Interviews to key movers –andshakers are also part of this lineup’s roster.
 Part of Sunday’s news daytime line up along with Las
Noticias
 Already strong and established programs with
committed to maintaining viewers informed and
engaged with the important events taking place in
Mexico
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Chespirito
Chespirito
A sketch comedy show featuring many aspects of the
Mexican culture in a fun and quirky way. The show’s best
known characters--El Chavo and El Chapulín Colorado-became independent shows, but other very popular
characters that are part of the roster include Dr. Chapatín, Los
Caquitos and Los Chifladitos.
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Created by Mexican comedian and TV producer Roberto
Gomez Bolaños and produced by Televisa
The show’s production started in 1971 and finished in 1995
Its name comes from the author’s stage name:
Shakespiercito (Little Shakespeare)
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El Chapulín Colorado
The Red Grasshopper
One of the most popular television shows in Latin
America, El Chapulín Colorado is a parody of super hero
shows. The main character, El Chapulín, was conceived as
the opposite of the traditional American superhero: a
weak, fearful, clumsy and foolish man, who is always able
to overcome his fears and defeat his enemies.
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It was also created by Roberto Gomez Bolaños
(Chespirito)
The show's success was largely due to the
embodiment of many aspects of the Mexican and
Latin American culture including slangs and proverbs
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El Chavo
The Boy
This sitcom centers around the adventures of El Chavo-a young orphan played by the show's creator, Mexican
comedian and TV producer Roberto Gomez Bolaños-and other children and adults that live within the same
–typical Mexican--apartment complex. Its humor style
relies heavily on physical comedy, and dealing with
improbable and exaggerated situations.
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It is the most popular sitcom in the history of
Mexican television reaching 350 million viewers
worldwide
The influence of this show is such, that Mexican and
Latin American colloquialisms originated from the
series
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Vecinos
Neighbors
Once more, Mexican comedian Eugenio Derbez
demonstrates his genius by producing this comedy
that is filled with wholesome humor and apt for the
whole family. The stories evolve from the everyday
situations lived out by the inhabitants of an
apartment building and how these neighbors
interact with each other.
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The stories are filled with positive and
inspirational characters and fulfill people’s belief
in miracles, dreams and love stories
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La Hora Pico
The Peak Hour
A series of sketches woven together to showcase
different types of Mexican humor. Each skit is prepared
according to the characteristics of the show’s celebrity
guest, but without ridiculing or offending them. These
are only proposed comical situations in which the
public gets to see another side of their favorite star.
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Starring comedian geniuses Consuelo Duval,
Miguel Galván and Adrián Uribe
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Produced by Televisa
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La Rosa de Guadalupe
Guadalupe’s Rose
A unique series that offers viewers reconstructed
dramatizations of real-life miracles, dreams, and spiritual
moments presented in a positive, family-oriented manner.
Each episode tells a story of hope and inspiration, proving
that in a world filled with mysteries and unanswerable
questions, anyone can be blessed with a miracle.
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The stories are filled with positive and inspirational
characters and fulfill people’s belief in miracles,
dreams and love stories
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Mon- Fri at 11 AM
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Delicioso
Delicious
…
A celebration of Hispanic traditions with a new take
on cooking, recipes and entertaining. With her
culinary creativity, engaging personality, and crosscultural appeal, Chef Ingrid lends her experience to all
cooking enthusiasts in Hispanic America to help
them create the perfect meal.
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Featured in Despierta América, Univision Radio
stations across the country and major cable
providers via Univision on Demand vignettes.
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Sabías Qué…
Did You Know That
Did You Know that furniture, diesel additives, crayons,
solvents, candles, shampoo and tofu can all be
derived from the humble soybean? A Learn the ins
and outs of the things that make the world go ‘round
in this educational series where information and
entertainment come together .
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Learn the ins and outs of the things that make the
world go ‘round in this educational series where
information and entertainment come together
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Incógnito
Incognito
Known for his irreverent personality and his
Punk’d-way of surprising the audience with his
jokes, Facundo delivers an unscripted program in
which anything can be expected. From celebrity
interviews to spontaneous skits, this is one hour of
guaranteed fun and laughter.
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Weekend Block
Mojoe and Netas Divinas
Back-to-back entertainment with the most relevant
topics for a sassy female audience. First, tune in to
Mojoe, where actress and socialites Yolanda Andrade
and Montserrat Oliver welcome Latin America’s
favorite celebrities to their one hour show. The
conversation continues with Netas Divinas, (Divine
Truths) an open forum where singers, actresses,
actors, athletes and politicians give their views on
the week’s hottest topics.
 Hosts are very well known and respected Mexican
women from the entertainment industry
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Locas
de
Amor
Crazy About Love
A sitcom that tells the story of three young mental
hospital inmates--Juana, Simona and María--and
tracks their attempts to reengage with society after
being released from a psychiatric institution. The irony
is that they still think it’s the rest of the world who has
gone mad.
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Based on the original Argentine series but adapted
to reflect Mexican nuances
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The A-list cast includes Cecilia Suárez (Cappadocia)
Diana Bracho (Fuego en la Sangre), Cynthia Klitbo
(El Privilegio de Amar) and Daniel Giménez Cacho
(La Mala Educación)
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