Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres

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Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres at the Telemundo Upfront

With record ratings (up 32 percent among adults 18 to 49) under its belt this season, Spanish-language broadcast network Telemundo announced a batch of new shows for the 2009-10 season. At the same time, the network is expanding its relationship with Mexican media company Televisa, confirming that it will launch a jointly owned and Telemundo-branded cable network with Televisa in Mexico in August.

New prime-time telenovelas for next season in include Ninos Rico, Pobres Padres about the travails of a teen who finds herself suddenly transported to the elite world of Mexico City’s ruling class. Also picked up is a drug-trafficking saga called The Queen of the South based on the novel of the same name by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

Also on tap for next season is Perro Amor about cousins and lovers who toy with one anothers' lives and loves. Another telenovela, Rosalinda y Primitivo focuses on two half-brothers born under wildly different circumstances. El Clon features star-crossed lovers from the Latin and Moroccan cultures. Victorinos tells the story of three men with the same name born on the same day but with different fates.

Telemundo executives have been talking to advertisers since January about the upcoming new season and program plans and branded entertainment opportunities within the new shows. But as of today, the network had no client deals to announce for the new season. “There is a lot of interest and talks with advertisers are ongoing,” said Mike Rodriguez, svp ad sales for the network. The recession has impacted ad spending levels across most ad sectors and there has been wide spread speculation that upfront dollars could be down double digits. Whether ad budgets for Spanish language TV hold up any better, or not, “is the $64,000 question,” he said.

Telemundo president Don Browne said that the network’s decision several years ago to focus on original programming has helped the company become the No. 2 producer of Spanish-language content in the world behind Televisa, providing it with a robust new after-market revenue stream. The new strategy, coupled with ratings growth and projected growth in the Hispanic population along with comparable gains in spending power within the segment ($900 billion annually now growing to $1.2 trillion by 2012) all make it “a good time to be in the Hispanic television business,” said Browne.

And the cable network that the two companies will launch in Mexico in August will be a 50-50 joint venture but will be branded Telemundo Cable and feature content produced by Telemundo. The venture is part of the expanding relationship between the two companies outside the U.S., where Telemundo competitor Univision has exclusive access to Televisa content. Browne said that the cable venture would help provide future Telemundo product that airs in the U.S. with some built-in recognition by airing in Mexico, just as Televisa programs airing on Univision here receive by airing in Mexico first.

Separately, Telemundo-owned mun2, the cable network targeted to young bilingual Latinos, is unveiling today a new branding campaign (with the tagline “You’re On”) as well as two new programs that will debut in 2010. The new campaign and programs follow word from the network earlier this month that it had surpassed 30 million U.S. household subscribers for the first time.

Carmen Villalobos Biografia/Biography

Español

Carmen Villalobos en una actriz colombiana. Nació el 13 de julio, 1983 en Barranquilla, Colombia. Trabajó en varias telenovelas como La Tormenta y Amores de Mercado pero está más reconocida para su actuación en Sin Senos no hay Paraíso. En dicha telenovela, Villalobos tuvo el papel de una prostituta que tenía que aumentar sus senos para escapar la pobreza. Su mas reciente proyecto es Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres donde ella tiene el rol protagónica de una niña mimada.

En 2009, su belleza fue reconocida en el lista de Los 50 Mas Bellos de People en Español.

English

Carmen Villalobos was born on July 13, 1983 in Barranquilla, Colombia. She is a Colombian actress, most recognized for her roles in several telenovelas including La Tormenta, Amores de Mercado. She is most recognized for her lead role as Catalina Santana, a pretty young prostitute who seeks breast augmentation in order to escape poverty in Sin Senos no hay Paraíso and most recently her lead role as a spoiled rich school girl in Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres.

In 2009, Carmen was included in the list of People en Español's 50 Most Beautiful.


Telenovelas

2009 Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres - Protagonista/Lead Role
2008 Sin Senos no hay Paraíso - Catalina Santana
2007 Nadie es Eterno en el Mundo - Karen
2006 Amores de Mercado - Beatriz "Betty" Gutiérrez
2006 Decisiones - Daniela
2005 La Tormenta - Trinidad Ayala
2005 Decisiones - Natalia
2004 Dora, La Celadora - Catalina Urdaneta
2003 Amor a la Plancha - Ernestina "Nina" Pulido
1999 Club 10 - Abi

Niños Ricos Pobres Padres Sinopsis/Synopsis

Español

Alexandra García, una bella inmigrante de 17 años de edad, y su madre, se ven forzadas a mudarse desde Estados Unidos hacia Ciudad de México para vivir con una tía rica, Verónica. Repentinamente, Alexandra y su madre se ven inmersas en un mundo de intrigas y traición donde el dinero no es ningún obstáculo y las personas no son lo que parecen ser. El drama de escuela secundaria pronto ocurre, cuando Esteban y David pelean por el amor de Alexandra.


English

Alexandra Garcia, a beautiful 17-year-old immigrant and her mother are forced to move from the United States to Mexico City to live with a wealthy aunt, Veronica. Suddenly Alexandra and her mother are submerged into a world of intrigue and betrayal where money is no object and people are not who they seem to be. High school drama soon ensues as Esteban and David fight to win Alejandra's heart.

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