Mediaset España continues with the changes in its programming. As the chain has just made public, Cuatro is preparing Código 10, a new live space with information on events for prime time. The Fuencarral group bets on David Alemán, a journalist specialized in events, as presenter of this space, in which Nacho Abad will also be a fundamental part of the format.
Still without a release date, Mediaset confirms that the format is in the "pre-production" phase. Código 10 will be broadcast in prime time on Cuatro and will delve into "the details and news of the events" that will be presented in reports produced in true crime mode, with reconstructions, archive images and previously unpublished testimonies.
Every week several cases will be dealt with that will be presented "with a careful documentary invoice and a cinematographic finish", reads the press release sent by the chain. The program will also have a cast of collaborators made up of experts, who will analyze both "the most outstanding crimes and events of today" but also "historical cases that have shocked Spanish society" in recent years.
David Alemán returns to the front line of national television, where he has specialized as a presenter of events programs on different television networks. In recent months, Alemán has been the visible head of the black chronicle in some of Mediaset's best-known programs, such as Sálvame, with which the chain's commitment to the well-known journalist is clear.
For his part, Nacho Abad, after leaving Antena 3 last November, managed to strengthen his presence as one of the journalists with the greatest sources of information on the television scene. Currently, the renowned communicator collaborates daily in the Cuatro En boca de todos program where he marks the news in the world of events with daily exclusives on numerous topics.
Little more is known about Code 10, although everything indicates that the premiere could arrive in the coming weeks. Producciones Mandarina thus obtains a new endorsement within Mediaset, which once again trusts this production company to take charge of a program during prime time.