The spirit of ‘Sálvame’ returns: from Wednesday the 15th on CanalQuickie

The universe of Sálvame refuses to die and will reinvent itself again starting tomorrow.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
14 May 2024 Tuesday 05:48
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The spirit of ‘Sálvame’ returns: from Wednesday the 15th on CanalQuickie

The universe of Sálvame refuses to die and will reinvent itself again starting tomorrow. The live channel of networks and platforms, Canal Quickie, created by Fabricantes Studio S.L., will begin broadcasting this Wednesday Ni que fuerámos Sálvame, a program presented by María Patiño that will feature regular collaborators of the format, including Belén Esteban, Víctor Sandoval , Lydia Lozano, Chelo García Cortés and Kiko Matamoros.

Canal Quickie, which presents itself as the first streaming channel for heart and live television, starts its regular broadcasts with the premiere of Ni que fuerámos Sálvame, which will be broadcast live from Monday to Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The space can be followed through platforms such as YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, X (formerly Twitter) and Tivify, among others.

During the presentation yesterday to the media, director David Valldeperas assured that in this new stage “we are going to be much freer than before and we are going to be able to talk about things that we couldn't before because we didn't have time or because we had certain guidelines.” He added that “we will not only talk about Survivors but also about other networks and topics that perhaps you have never heard these collaborators talk about.” And, if that were not enough, in the most classic line of the format, he has already warned that they have "exclusives prepared for the premiere this Wednesday."

For her part, moderator María Patiño said she was excited to be a streamer for the first time and trusted that now “there will be a young audience that will be stuck from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.” Lydia Lozano stated that if the program was fun before, “now it is going to be much more so,” and promised that they will continue to “give a lot of memes.”

“What we know how to do is good television, we know how to entertain people,” continued Belén Esteban, who stated that this new space “is going to be Sálvame but in the wild.” “I am very excited that people from all over the world are following us and I have a hunch that this program will soon turn out well,” he added.

With Ni que fuerámos Sálvame, the popular format returns to the afternoons in a schedule very similar to the one it had on Telecinco, where it was broadcast for 14 years, until in June 2023 it was canceled due to the change of direction taken by the new board. from Mediaset. After the end of Sálvame, the production company La Fábrica de la Tele extended the life of the format with Sálvese Who Can, a Netflix documentary reality in which eight of its collaborators traveled through Miami and Mexico City to show their adventures in both cities. And starting tomorrow, with the help of Fabricantes Studio S.L., a production company founded by Adrián Madrid and Óscar Cornejo, former heads of La Fábrica de la Tele, this new space is launched when the 15th anniversary of its premiere is about to happen.