Globoplay negotiates “packet” RBD including soap opera and shows

Globoplay negotiates “packet” RBD including soap opera and shows
Globoplay negotiates “packet” RBD including soap opera and shows
Globoplay, after announcing the inclusion in its portfolio of A Usurpadora (1998) and negotiating classic Mexican novels shown on SBT, now aims at the RBD group. Among the products that Grupo Globo’s platform negotiates with Televisa, is the soap opera Rebelde (2004-2006), the RBD series: La Família (2007), the DVD Tour Generación (2005), ¿What is behind RBD? (2006), Hecho en España (2007) and Live in Brasília (2008).

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According to the NaTelinha, the parties are close to announcing an agreement. Searched last Friday (02), Globoplay did not comment until the publication of the report.

The acquisition of this RBD package coincides exactly with the 15 years since the end of the soap opera in Mexico. The plot was written by Pedro Damían and inspired by the original Argentine Rebelde Way (2002-03) by Cris Morena.

At SBT, the soap opera premiered in August 2005 at 5:30 pm to compete with Malhação and started shyly at Ibope It didn’t take long, however, for it to fall into the tastes of teenagers all over the country, reaching rates close to those of 20 audience points.

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With the constant changes of schedule and abrupt cuts in the chapters, with several being condensed in one, the soap opera lost strength. Still, it had an overall average of 9.4 points in its 426 chapters presented. In 2013, came the first and only reprise, inaugurating the 9:15 pm band of SBT, which would later present other soap operas. Against Globo’s main product, the Mexican suffered and had an overall average of 5.9 points and 400 chapters aired between September 2013 and March 2015.

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RBD: Globoplay also wants concerts

As reported by NaTelinha Globoplay has been negotiating classic Televisa novels for more than a month, such as the trilogy of Marias de Thalía, Carrossel (1989) and other Mexicans that have been successful on the SBT screen in recent decades. Last Thursday (1st), streaming announced the acquisition of A Usurpadora (1998). According to sources, the Mexican soap operas and series acquired by Grupo Globo streaming will not be able to be shown on open TV for a period of one year after they debuted on the platform.

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And in addition to Rebelde, the shows of the band RBD should also be announced soon. Concerts such as Live in Rio (2006) and Tournée do Adeus (2008) appear as exceptions, since they were carried out in partnership with SBT and Record, respectively. The series RBD: La Família, produced and launched in 2007 and which shows in a fictional way the lives of the members of the band, should also fill the Globoplay menu. In Brazil, it was shown in 2009 by Rede Brasil.

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