A few weeks ago, the newspaper EL MUNDO published exclusively that the new leaders of Mediaset had decided to "put an end to trash TV" and that they were canceling Sálvame in an effort to give the network a more "familiar" tone.
After 14 uninterrupted years of broadcasting and leadership on Telecinco, dozens of collaborators and some of the most iconic moments in the television history of our country, the program presented by Jorge Javier Vázquez will stop broadcasting on June 23.
Given the general disgust of the viewers, who to this day continue to complain daily on social networks about the decision of the Mediaset leadership, and the comical attitude of the program's collaborators, the producer La Fábrica de la Tele uploaded a video on the one in which they wrote the name of the format in the sand on the beach and added an ellipsis, implying that Sálvame will not end, or at least not completely.
Some comments from the workers of the television space have made us think that it is a change in schedule, a change in the name or a transfer of chain, but the reality is that there is still no official confirmation about the future of the program dedicated to the gossip.
The collaborators of Sálvame have not wanted to go directly into the subject of cancellation. While the vast majority of workers take it with humor, only Belén Esteban has spoken a little more in depth about the issue and has hinted that it may be a political decision.
Although we don't know what they really think on the Telecinco set, what they have shown the audience since the news broke is that they are ready for whatever comes and that they will receive anything with a lot of humor. The fuss about the cancellation reaches such a point that they brought a man to update the résumés of the collaborators and hung a sign on the door saying "transfer."
Between theories, beliefs and different opinions, the collaborator Antonio Montero fueled the controversy of the end of the program last Monday. While Kiko Matamoros talked about another topic, Gema López was laughing and explained that she was very sorry that Sálvame ended. Montero, for his part, believed that he had the microphone turned off and expressed: "It will not end."
It is not very well known if the veteran paparazzi knew what he was doing, if he said it jokingly or if he really wanted to sow doubt in the viewers of the program, but his words have generated endless comments on social networks in the that many users of the network hope that the heart program does not end forever, as had been announced.