Custe o Que Custar

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Custe o Que Custar
CQC (logo 2)-2.png
Genre News/comedy
Created by Diego Guebel
Mario Pergolini
Directed by Gonzalo Marco
Presented by Marcelo Tas
(2008–present)
Marco Luque
(2008–present)
Dani Calabresa
(2014–present)
Former:
Rafinha Bastos
(2008–2011)
Oscar Filho
(2012–2013)
Opening theme "Electric Head, Pt.1
(Satan In High Heels Mix)"
White Zombie
"Shoot to Thrill"
AC/DC
Ending theme "Funky Mama"
–Danny Gatton
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of seasons 6
Broadcast
Original channel Band
Original run March 17, 2008 (2008-03-17) – present
External links
Official website

Custe o Que Custar (in English, Whatever it Takes, represented by the acronym CQC) is a Brazilian television comedy show, produced by Eyeworks and aired weekly by Rede Bandeirantes since March 17, 2008. It is presented by Marcelo Tas, and has in its team Marco Luque and Dani Calabresa.[1] The news reports are conducted by Oscar Filho, Felipe Andreoli, Mauricio Meirelles (who entered the program in November 2011),[2] Ronald Rios (who joined the program in 2012), Guga Noblat (since 2013),[3] Naty Graciano and Lucas Salles (both since 2014).[4][5]

The program covers weekly events from Politics, Arts and Sports, from a humorous and satirical viewpoint. It oftens uses metalanguage by satyrizing the very program on live transmissions, and introducing graphics and sound effects from the subjects.[6]

The format comes from Argentina, when it was originated under the name Caiga Quien Caiga, created in 1995 by Mario Pergolini

Cast[edit]

Presenters[edit]

     Current presenter
     Previous presenter(s)
Presenter 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Marcelo Tas
Marco Luque
Rafinha Bastos
Oscar Filho
Dani Calabresa

Reporters[edit]

     Current reporter
     Previous reporter(s)
Reporter 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Danilo Gentili
Felipe Andreoli
Rafael Cortez
Oscar Filho
Warley Santana
Monica Iozzi
João Pedro Carvalho
Mauricio Meirelles
Ronald Rios
Dani Calabresa
Guga Noblat
Naty Graciano
Lucas Salles

References[edit]

External links[edit]