Argentina’s TV Pública announced the launch of its 2017 programming. The new series “Supermax”, co-produced by Brazilian network Globo and TV Pública, along with Mediaset and TV Azteca, is one of the main attractions this year.
This is the version of “Supermax” made for Latin America, as Globo produced one for the Brazilian market, with local actors. This super production began airing last night, Thursday, April 4. It will broadcast every Tuesday at 10 PM (local time), with repetitions on Sundays.
From Monday to Friday, the state-owned TV broadcaster presents the cultural and educational program” “Todo tiene un porqué”. In addition, the primetime will have other shows like “¿Qué piensan los que no piensan como yo?”, a production of Canal Encuentro on the most controversial issues of society, ” Vas a viajar en mi sidecar”, hosted by writer and psychoanalyst Federico Andahazi, and the eight-episode docu-reality series “Motivados por la historia”.
Argentine cinema also has a prominent space in new programming. The new show “Clásico Nacional” will offer remastered films from different periods.
In June, another new fiction will arrive on the channel. It is the Argentine version of the Spanish format “Cuéntame cómo pasó”, which tells the story of a family traversed by the Argentine reality, between 1974 and 1983.