Sálvame changed the way many watch television. Not only about facing the news from the world of the heart, but also about all those moments that the collaborators left behind. From fighting, dancing and crying to the most extravagant exclusives. A complete compilation that La Fábrica de la Tele did not want to waste, sending several of its most notable participants to Miami to film Every Man Who Can.
The format that shows the adventures of Belén Esteban, Kiko Matamoros and company in the United States premiered with great audience success on Netflix last week. In the seven days that it has been available to all audiences, it has become the most viewed thing on the platform and has already been renewed for a second season. The streaming page continues to take advantage of the pull that these figures give, focusing this time on Lydia Lozano.
The journalist was one of the most beaten up of the cast in the first episode of the show, being left without a place in Siéntese donde puede and receiving an argument from three Latin American presenters, forming a mob in the purest Sálvame style. However, the expedition has also provided many other moments, which Netflix has taken advantage of to compile in a promotional video under the title The Lydia Show.
As if it were a small spin-off of the program, the collaborator is one of the visible faces of the video, including her ill-fated moment with Carolina Sandoval, Andrés Hurtado and Javier Ceriani. Other striking moments that appear in the images have been promoted continuously, such as the friendship between Belén Esteban and Rosalía, the dances at the nightclub and the visit to Víctor Sandoval's old house.
The clip has nearly 200,000 views since Netflix published it on its Users have not been left behind commenting on some of the iconic moments they have been able to witness on their screens: “We want the extended version of the first 3 chapters, with the outtakes and all the circuses they had. Thank you".
“I won't get tired of thanking you for bringing them back into our lives!” noted another user. “This fantasy please. I want to watch 'The Lydia Show' every day of my life," declared one of the program's writers, Asier Montaño. “Please, how can they be so iconic without intending to? And Lydia always steals the show, I love her,” read another response.