In an interview with TVMAS, the producer acknowledged that the current pandemic has benefited them in the sense that many people had not realized the great importance that television still has. “In January we will start filming season 10 and 11 of “Vecinos”
The pandemic has led to a revaluation of television content, in addition to the fact that the audience has recovered. “We have to continue providing good content so that television continues to be watched, even after the health emergency,” said Elías Solorio, producer of the series “Vecinos” and “Mi adorada herencia.”
In an interview with TVMAS, the producer acknowledged that the current pandemic has benefited them in the sense that many people had not realized the great importance that television still has; “suddenly we went with the platforms series thinking that they were the best, when television has its own thing, there you can see something about your life or your day-to-day.”
Those in charge of making television now have a responsibility to create interesting and quality content for the audience to continue, even after the pandemic.
“Don’t miss out on this new wave,” said Televisa’s Executive Producer, who added that it is time to pay attention to what the public wants to see and continue taking on challenges.
“Now we also have to start thinking about how the new way of consuming in the media is going to take place (from mobile devices to the screen), because we don’t know how long this pandemic will last,” said Solorio, who is preparing to record in 2021 the new seasons of “Vecinos” and “Mi querida herencia.”
“In January we will start filming season 10 and 11 of “Vecinos” because we hope that they will be released in the first quarter,” said the producer, recognizing that the program continues to captivate, thanks to its everyday stories.
This program is broadcast throughout Latin America, the United States and Canada. On platforms like Blim there is a report that it is one of the most reproduced.
While with “Mi querida herencia” he mentioned that he plans a third season that will premiere in the first semester of 2021, which will consist of 12 chapters and will continue to feature performances by Roxana Castellanos and Paul Stanley.