|Also known as||Nocturninos presenta: Desde Gayola (2008-present)|
|Created by||Horacio Villalobos|
|Directed by||Horacio Villalobos (2002-2013)
Andreas Pears (2002-2006)
Carmen Huete (2008-2009)
|Starring||See Desde Gayola cast members|
|Narrated by||Horacio Villalobos (2001–present)
Daniel Vives "Ego" (2008-present)
Carlos Rangel (2008-present)
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||Over 800|
|Executive producer(s)||Horacio Villalobos
|Running time||60 minutes (including commercials)|
|Production company(s)||Telehit (2001-2006)
52MX (MVS Comunicaciones) (2008-2013)
|Original channel||MVS Comunicaciones|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)
|Original run||February, 2002 – January 2013|
|Related shows||Válvula de Escape
Desde Gayola was a Mexican late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Horacio Villalobos. The show premiered on the music videos network Telehit on February, 2002, as a sketch into the variety show Válvula de Escape. The show revolves around a series of parodying Mexican culture, sexuality and politics performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members.
The TV show followed a format similar to the famous American show Saturday Night Live with each episode approximately 25 minutes in length and containing an average of five sketches per episode. The show included several transgender actors, who interpret female characters.
Origin of the name
"La Gayola" was the site into a theater, in which critics were located and from which issued their judgments about an assembly. For us, Desde Gayola is the place from which to criticize the political, social, religious and entertainment". -Horacio Villalobos
The show began airing in November 2001 as a sketch in the show Válvula de Escape, hosted and produced by Horacio Villalobos in Telehit. Since February 2002, the show was schedule for Friday at 3:00 pm.
In his firsts seasons from 2002 to 2003, had a more modest list of characters, highlighting the transgender actress Alejandra Bogue, transgender actress Daniel Vives "Ego", Dario T. Pie and Francis García, the transvestite, as well Villalobos himself. Since 2003, more players are beginning to integrate with more sketches, highlighting Carlos Rangel "La Maniguis", Gerardo Gallardo, Javier Yepes, Mauricio Barcelata, Miguel Romero and others.
The musical opening was Dulce Amor by Ana Martin, extracted from Mexican telenovela Gabriel y Gabriela. Horacio Villalobos welcomed the audience and presented the sketches of the program. These sketches, stressed Tesoreando con La Tesorito, La Roña, Las Aventuras de La Supermana, El Mundo de Maniguis, Las Chicas V.I.P., Panal-Gastronómico, La Charla Eclesiastica, Joterías con Ligia, Mirosnada, una historia real, El Rincón de Pita Amor, TV Churros, Las Aventuras de Dieguito Gardel Lamarque, Las Menopausicas and others.
Between a sketch and another, usually displays a curtain of characters from the show dancing to the rhythms as Shortcut To The End, by Quartz and Lady Marmalade from Labelle. Each episode lasted 27 minutes and had about 5 sketches.
Out of Telehit
On August 3, 2006, Horacio Villalobos and the cast leave Telehit, in protest at what they called "abuse and mistreatment"
In 2006 the cast receives a proposal for the series is in a transnational network television, but that plan fell through.
Nocturninos and Nocturninos presents: Desde Gayola
Nocturninos: broadcast from Monday to Thursday at 23:00. Night magazine-style program is led by Horacio Villalobos, Alejandra Ley, Paula Sanchez, Anibal Santiago and Memo Martinez accompanied with La Súpermana (Daniel Vives "Ego"), Carlos Rangel (La Manigüis), Mario Lafontaine, Cheryl Sue, Rose Mary, La Veros (Pilar Boliver) and Mama Mela (Javier Yepez). In this section addresses issues related to current politics, sexuality, sports and entertainment with a touch of humor, sarcasm and satire.
Desde Gayola, returned to television on August 4, 2008, exactly two years after his departure from Telehit. The fifth season lasted into the air, almost fifteen months. In this new production was recorded 400 sketches that aired uncensored on Channel 52MX of MVS Comunicaciones. For the screen presented classic sketches: Las Aventuras de la Manigüis, La Súpermana, La Charla Eclesiastica, Las V.I.P., Panal-Gastronomico, El Rincón de Pita Amor, Joterías con Ligia, Las Menopausicas, Mirosnada, una historia real, Reflexiones profundas con Kakokeko, Las Aventuras de Dieguito Gardel Lamarque, TV Churros and more.
New sketches appeared such as Mala Nacha Sí, Yoga Ñonga, Michelle O., Cuarto Redondo and Piensa Patito
From Gayola tentatively return with new season in the spring of 2012.
Desde Gayola: The Movie was planned, and with the synopsis of the script and despite having the financing, investors stopped the project in hopes that the Treasury Department of Mexico will validate the amendments to the Law of Cinematography allowed to deduct 10% tax by investing in film making.
Out of MVS
As of January 31, 2013, Desde Gayola stopped transmitted through 52MX after the program Nocturninos exit of the TV Network, apparently, by a decision of the directors. Emerged several speculations on the causes of his departure, including repression and censorship, but it handles it's because the program simply does not sell advertising.
- El Mundo de Maniguis / Las Aventuras de La Maniguis (The Maniguis World/Adventures of La Maniguis): This is the story of Juanito Maniguis, an "Homosexual/gay stereotype", but not a negative image of homosexuals. La Manigüis and his friends (Christian, Vanessa, Jocelyn, La Pekelú, Giovanny and Ruben/Ruby) are often used to show the constant abuses that suffered the sexual minorities in Latin American societies. La Manigüis also participates in the segment TV Churros.
- La Supermana (She-Superman): A transgender superhero, which saves the lives of women who have had a bad fate. Recurrently appears the mom/dad/chimera of La Supermana:, La Super Madrota.
- La Charla Eclesiastica (The Ecclesiastical Talk): In this segment Monsignor Roberto Rivera Melo (inspired by the Cardinal Primate of Mexico, Norberto Rivera Carrera), a leader of the Catholic Church and Mrs. Carmela Rico La Mama Mela, discussed matters of religion. In most segments, Mama Mela always takes one drink and get drunk, contradicting the words of Rivera Melo, revealing her double standards.
- Panal-Gastronomico (Honeycomb Gourmet): The Chef Ornica is a chef who is always drunk and gives vulgar recipes. Sometimes the Panal-Gastronomico has become the "dictionary of the chef", where instead of a menu that gives the definition of a word with double meaning.
- Las Chicas V.I.P. (The V.I.P. Girls): Ximena and Montserrat, are two rich girls, quite ignorant, silly, gossipy and self-centered, are used to criticize the wealthy and powerful societies Latin America.
- El Rincón de Pita Amor (Pita Amor Lounge): Pita Amor (inspired by the legendary Mexican poet Pita Amor), is a poet living alone, self-centered and rude, which has a set of values and constantly expressing political views but betrays when it suits it.
- Joterías con Ligia (Joterías with Ligia): Points out the different types of "jotita" (word disparagingly called a gay in Mexico) that people are according to their habits or attitudes and regardless of their sexual orientation. and always ends with his "mana-greeting" has become very popular in the series that goes like this: Mana, Santa, Reina, Adorada, idolatrada, de la vida, del amor, Muñeca, Puerca, Lagartona, Pollodrila , Culera, Guachaperra, Zorgatona.
- Mirosnada, una historia real (Mirosnada: A True Story): A blind young and innocent girl, which is constantly in problem situations, unpredictable and fun, because of their disability, Mirosnada and her friend, Yólida Ivette experience different professions, most of which the view, is an essential sense, yet always are victorious.
- Reflexiones profundas con Kakokeko (Deep Thoughts with Kakokeko): Is a section where Sergio Skvirsky "Kakokeko" said a very true reflection, fun and full of wisdom, lasts less than a minute and usually came last.
- Las Noticias (The News): Is an informative section from the point of view of Desde Gayola. Horacio Villalobos and Adela Macho (formerly Luis Otero) lead the section under the slogan: "This was the news and these were the news, even if you do not want"
- Animo: The first television program for the prevention and treatment of addiction, with their old friends Juan Sonsorio, Carmen Campo Santo and Lupita D'Arressio "We three are already rehabilitated" "But tomorrow we start rehabilitation" and "Drugs destroy and you deserve to live" are the most common phrases in each chapter of these three lovers of drugs.
- Las Menopausicas (Postmenopausal Women): Four women in the age of menopause (Luchis, La Chata, Yoyis and Menchu discuss issues from their point of very particular view of life.
- TVChurros: A critical reflection on stardom journalism in Mexico. TVChurros is the most sensationalist magazine on the market, and your team is made up of a mental insane photographer, Gustavito, a gay journalist, La Manigüis, the "Good Girl", Rosita and the tyrant chief information Matilde Gallegos, who with her work have become the executioner of the world of entertainment.
- Cuarto Redondo (Round Room): This segment is the story of Yólida Ivette makeup in the morning, a nurse at night and full-time prostitute, and her family (The Great Grandfather, the Grandmother Mrs. Cruz, The Mother Mrs. Chely, the brother Christopher, the sister La Nena, Don Florencio and the nosy neighbor Mrs. Tura), who experience very difficult and compromising situations but always go Avantes because, "The family is a unique ... Viva la familia!" in this sketch is this criticism to the negative values and the double standards of the members of dysfunctional families in the Latin countries.
- Michelle O.: A parody of the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama, which addresses issues of unilateral relations with some sarcasm about immigrants.
- Mala Noche ¡Sí! (Mala Noche Yes!): TV show hosted by La Veros Castro, her emissions are dressed in tablecloths with guest artists, bothered most of the time, the interpreter of Rosa Salvaje, who has her personal life, sends greetings and "Many Kisses" to her colleagues from her former TV-home Televisa, and displays her ignorance and bad pronunciation using the phrase "Do you I said all right? ", sparking comic situations among bickering La Veros adored The spill the beans out of her guests and As the Time is the enemy of television", La Veros shall discharge her segment.
- Piensa Patito (Think Patito): Parody of the protagonist of the soap opera Patito Feo. Patito is a supposedly innocent and sweet girl, but without any kind of education and an apparent lack of values.
- Las Aventuras de Dieguito Gardel Lamarque (The Adventures of Dieguito Gardel Lamarque): An Argentine actor who traveled to Mexico to find a career opportunity, your problem is that it is very egocentric, vain, untalented, unintelligent and lacking many basic values. On many occasions, his mother Eva Gardel Lamarque, beats Dieguito in positions he seeks. The segment ended with the departure of Maurice Barcelata of Nocturninos in 2009.
- Sexo Seguro (Safe Sex): The sexologists Anabel Chochoa and Rina Rasquencen talking about sexuality, in a humorous and full of double meaning. This sketch was suspended due to the death of the sexologist Anabel Ochoa (parodied in the segment) in 2008.
- Mujer... (Woman ...): Parody of the program Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real, led by Silvia Final (parody of Silvia Pinal), where she reads and responds to the "hard" problems of housewives. This sketch did not appear in the new phase due to the death of Francis The Transvestite in 2008.
- Felíz Mañana (Happy Morning): Parody of the Mexican Morning TV shows as Hoy and Venga La Alegría.
- Martita Según: Parody of the former First Lady of Mexico, Martha Sahagun de Fox, where he gave a series of comments in an acid critique of politics in Mexico. This sketch remained until the out of the actress Raquel Pankowsky to the show in 2005.
- Tesoreando con La Tesorito (Tesoreando with La Tesorito): Parody of the singer and actress Laura León, a program where she interviews newsmakers personified by the cast of the show, but has also resorted to royal guests, such as Ana Martin, Alaska and Edgar Vivar among others. La Tesorito with her lack of culture, vulgarity and ignorance reveals the decadent television shows. This segment continued in the show until the out of Alejandra Bogue in the spring of 2006.
- La Roña (The Scab): A parody of the deceased actress Maria Felix, which plays a La Roña and interviews with real artists of show, where almost always spontaneous. Dario T. Pie played it since the beginning of the program until 2004, where he later returned in 2005.
- Horacio Villalobos (2002–2013)
- Carlos Rangel (2003–2013)
- Daniel Vives "Ego" (2002-2013)
- Javier Yepez (2004–2013)
- Pilar Boliver (2008–2013)
- Gerardo Gallardo (2002–2013)'
- Ligia Escalante (2003–2013)
- Claudia Silva (2002–2013)
- Paula Sanchez (2002–2013)
- Miguel Romero (2003–2013)
- Anabel Ferreira (2008–2013)
- Crystal (2002-2013)
- Julissa (2004–2013)
- Carmen Delgado (2004–2013)
- Cecilia Romo (2004–2013)
- Lupita Sandoval (2004–2013)
- Carmen Huete (2003–2013)
- Sergio Argueta (2005–2013)
- Rizo Verdy (2008–2013)
- Lisset (2003–2013)
- Sergio Ochoa (2008–2013)
- Sergio Skvirsky (2002–2013)
- Alejandra Bogue (2002-2006)
- Dario T. Pie (2002-2005)
- Francis García (RIP) (2002-2004)
- Raquel Pankowsky (2002-2005)
- Luis Otero (2002-2003)
- Ricardo Leal (2002-2002)
- Mauricio Barcelata (2003-2009)
- Ricardo Villarreal Guadiana (RIP) (2003-2005)
- Monica Noguera (2003)
- Maria Rubio (2004-2005)
- René Franco (2004-2005)
- Kristoff Raczynski (2005)
- Cecilia Gabriela (2004)
- Leonorilda Ochoa (2003)
- Carlos Bieletto (2002-2004)
- Veronica Falcon (2004-2005)
- Lucinda Salcedo, "La Doctora" (RIP) (2003)
- Jorge Fratta (2004-2005)
- Fernanda Ostos (2005-2008)
- Silvia Magaly (2004-2006)
- Alejandra Ley (2008–2009)
The program has also been extended by a series of plays that have been in different cities of Mexico. It is a cabaret show with the TV characters, embroiled in totally different situations to which comummente face on television. His first theatrical show called From Gayola: The Show (2002). In his second start (2003), Once upon a time Desde Gayola is a satire on fairy tales, adding to the irreverence of the television show. In the third set (2007), the concept evolves Desde Gayola presents Telebasura, a critique of television, politics and religion, without mincing words equally destroy Pseudo Journalists shows that corrupt politicians. Participates Horacio Villalobos, La Maniguis, La Supermana, Mama Mela and Chef Ornica.
- Official page
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- mx/espectaculos/71281.html It tarnishes the celebration of Telehit El Universal, August 15, 2006
- "Desde Gayola". Desde Gayola. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Desde Gayola va directo a la pantalla grande". Anodis. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Carlos Rangel". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Daniel Vives". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Javier Yépez". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Gerardo Gallardo". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Ligia Escalante". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Claudia Silva". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
- "Paula Sánchez". Desdegayola.com. Retrieved 2012-05-17.