Física o Química

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Física o Química
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Format Comedy, drama
Created by Daniel Écija
Álex Pina
Starring See the cast list
Opening theme "Física o Química" by Despistaos
Country of origin Spain
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 77 (List of episodes)
Production
Camera setup Multicamera
Running time 75 – 90 min. (approx.)
Broadcast
Original channel Antena 3
Picture format PAL (Season 1 – 4)
HDTV (Season 5 – present)
Original run 4 February 2008 – 13 June 2011
Chronology
Related shows Relaciones Peligrosas
External links
Website

Física o Química (English: Physics or Chemistry) was a Spanish television series made by Antena 3. The first episode premiered on 4 February 2008.[1]

Before its televised broadcast, Física o Química was released on cell phones in Vodafone live! and on the official website of Antena 3.[2] After the success of the first season, which ended on 31 March 2008, Antena 3 announced the filming of a new season which would feature more episodes and few cast changes.[3] The second season premiered on 8 September 2008, with guest appearances by Michel Brown and María Casal, among others;[4] it ended on 8 December 2008. The third season premiered on 13 April 2009 and included new characters portrayed by Óscar Sinela, Sandra Blázquez,[5] Miriam Giovanelli,[6] Adrián Rodríguez,[7] Irene Sánchez[8] and José Manuel Seda,[9] and the entry of character actor Álex Barahona who had already appeared on the show, thus compensating for the departure of Michel Brown, Andrés Cheung, Karim El-Kerem and Xavi Mira.[10] Antena 3 confirmed the filming of the fourth season with Adrián Rodríguez as a regular character[11] and the return of Leonor Martín.

Física o Química started its seventh season with the departure of Nuria González, Úrsula Corberó, Angy Fernández and José Manuel Seda. Filming began on 28 February 2011. In May 2011 the series was cancelled due to a fall in viewing figures (more than 50% from the previous few seasons). On 1 June 2011, the death of a main character caused considerable outcry on the Antena 3 website.[12]

Cast and characters[edit]

Students[edit]

  • Andrea Duro as Yolanda "Yoli" Freire Caballar (Season 1 – Season 7)
  • Javier Calvo as Fernando "Fer" Redondo Ruano (Season 1 – Season 7)
  • Sandra Blázquez as Alma Núñez (Season 3 – Season 7)
  • Adrián Rodríguez as David Ferrán (Season 3 – Season 7; recurring Season 3)
  • Lucía Ramos as Teresa Parra (Season 5 – Season 7)
  • Álex Batllori as Álvaro (Season 5 – Season 7)
  • Nasser Saleh as Rashid "Román" Lorente (Season 5 – Season 7)
  • Lorena Mateo as Daniela Vaquero (Season 6 – Season 7; recurring Season 5)
  • Alex Hernández as Jon (Season 6 – Season 7)
  • Alex Martínez as Salvador "Salva" Quintanilla (Season 6 – Season 7)
  • Karim El-Kerem as Isaac Blasco, Zurbarán student and ex-lover of Irene. Dies due to injuries suffered in a quad accident. (Season 1 – Season 2)
  • Andrés Cheung as Jan Taeming, Zurbarán student. Returns to China after entering an arranged marriage to his cousin. (Season 1 – Season 2; special guest star Season 7)
  • Joseph Bryan as Jérémy Monaco (Season 4 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Angy Fernández as Paula Blasco (Season 1 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Úrsula Corberó as Ruth Gómez (Season 1 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Leonor Martín as Covandonga "Cova" Ariste, Zurbarán student and girlfriend of Julio (Season 1 – Season 3: special guest star Season 5, Season 6 and Season 7)
  • Adam Jezierski as Gorka Martínez (Season 1 – Season 5; special guest star Season 5, Season 6 and Season 7)
  • Maxi Iglesias as César Cabano de Vera (Season 1 – Season 5; special guest star Season 7)
  • Gonzalo Ramos as Julio de la Torre (Season 1 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Irene Sánchez as Violeta Calvo, Zurbarán student (Season 3 – Season 4)
  • Óscar Sinela as Joaquín "Quino", Zurbarán student (Season 3 – Season 4)

Zurbarán School staff[edit]

  • Ana Milán as Olimpia Díaz, English language teacher and former principal. (Season 1 – Season 7)
  • Marc Clotet as Vicente Vaquero, Gymnastic teacher (Season 4 – Season 7)
  • Olivia Molina as Verónica Lebrón, Language and literature teacher and the mother of Teresa (Season 5 – Season 7)
  • Enrique Arce as Arturo Ochando, Biology teacher (Season 7; recurring Season 6)
  • Fernando Andina as Enrique Lubián, History teacher and principal (Season 7)
  • Sabrina Garciarena as Sara Pires, Philosophy teacher (Season 7)
  • Juan Pablo Di Pace as Xavier "Xavi" López, Arts teacher (Season 7)
  • Michel Gurfi as Jonathan, former physical education teacher and love interest of Blanca. Leaves Zurbarán to return to Mexico. (Season 1)
  • Xavi Mira as Félix, music and drawing teacher. Leaves Colegio Zurbarán after his wife Olympia ultimately chooses Roque over him. (Season 1 – Season 2; special guest star Season 3, Season 5 and Season 7)
  • Michel Brown as Miguel Belaza, the Argentine history and drama teacher (Season 2)
  • Joaquín Climent as Adolfo Madroña Bermudez – Director of Studies and father of Roque. (Season 1 – Season 4; special guest star Season 7)
  • Cecilia Freire as Blanca Román, Language and literature teacher and best friend and roommate of Irene. (Season 1 – Season 4; special guest star Season 7)
  • Blanca Romero as Irene Calvo, Zurbarán's Philosophy professor (Season 1 – Season 4; special guest star Season 7)
  • Bart Santana as Roque Madroña Castro, Art teacher (Season 1 – Season 5)
  • Álex Barahona as Berto Freire Caballar, Cafeteria Waiter and the brother of Yoli (Season 3 – Season 6; recurring Season 2; special guest star Season 7)
  • Nuria González as Clara Yáñez, English language teacher and former principal. (Season 1 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • José Manuel Seda as Martín Aguilar, school counselor and former principal (Season 3 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Cristina Alcázar as Marina Conde, Philosophy teacher (Season 5 – Season 6; special guest star Season 7)
  • Sergio Mur as Jorge, Arts teacher and former school counselor (Season 6; recurring Season 5)

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Fele Martínez as Mario Barrio, the former boyfriend of Irene. He leaves after realizing she is sleeping with Isaac. (Season 1; special guest star Season 2)
  • Julio Soler as Rubén de la Torre, Julio's brother who kills himself in the pilot (Season 1)
  • Nancy Yao as Xiao Mei, the wife and cousin of Jan (Season 2)
  • Verónica Moral as Leonor "Leo" Grandes Álvarez, Roque's controlling ex-wife and mother of his daughter Alba. She leaves for the United States with Alba, but returns with news that their daughter is ill. (Season 2)
  • Álex Yuste as Márquez, former boyfriend of Fer and student of Zurbarán (Season 1 – Season 2)
  • Carlos Wu as Mr. Taeming, Jan's Chinese father who owns a convenience store in town (Season 1 – Season 2)
  • Santiago Meléndez as Mr. Cabano, Cesar Cabano's abusive father (Season 1 – Season 2)
  • Aura Garrido as Erica, Alma's former love. (Season 3)
  • Miriam Giovanelli as Lucía, Julio's former girlfriend and student of Zurbarán (Season 3)
  • Ximena Suárez as Marta, gymn teacher at Colegio Zurbarán (Season 2 – Season 3)
  • Carlos Velasco as Rodrigo "Rodri" Prieto, Julio's enemy and Lucía's brother (Season 2 – Season 3)
  • María Casal as Marisa, Adolfo's ex-wife and Roque's mother, whom he leaves for Loli(Season 2 – Season 4)
  • Mark Schardan as Thomas, Irene's American boyfriend (Season 3 – Season 4)
  • Aida de la Cruz as Andrea, a cancer patient (Season 4)
  • Olivier Morellón as Oliver, Zurbarán student (Season 1 – Season 4)
  • Christian Martin[disambiguation needed] as Javier Moreno, Zurbarán student (Season 1 – Season 6)
  • Itaca López Martínez as Laura, Zurbarán student (Season 1 – Season 4)
  • Arantxa Aranguren as Matilde Martínez, Gorka's mother. She becomes the school janitor, much to the embarrassment of Gorka. (Season 1 – Season 5)
  • Jaime Pujol as Alonso de la Torre, Julio and Reuben's father (Season 4 – Season 5)
  • Marina Gatell as Sandra, stripper and mother of Martin's daughter (Season 5)
  • Ramiro Blas as Ricardo López, Clara's boyfriend and Zurbarán's plumber (Season 6)
  • Diego Ramírez as Diego, Paula's love interest and librarian assistant (Season 6)
  • Teresa Arbolí as Dolores "Loli" Prieto, Paula and Isaac's mother and Adolfo's former lover (Season 1 – Season 6)
  • Israel Rodríguez as Borja, Fer's boyfriend (Season 6)
  • Isaak Ferriz as Luís Parra, Teresa's father (Season 5 – Season 6)
  • Farah Hamed as Fátima, Rashid's mother (Season 6)
  • Andrea Dueso as Susana, David's ex-girlfriend (Season 7)
  • Victor Palmero as Toño, Zurbarán student (Season 7)
  • Pablo Espinosa as Pablo Calleja, Zurbarán student (Season 3 - Season 4)

Guest stars and cameos[edit]

Scenarios[edit]

Zurbarán High School[edit]

HS is where most of the drama takes part. The rooms, the cafeteria, the library, the hallways, the elevator, the teachers' room, the bathrooms... The building becomes the scenario for most of the interactions among students and teachers.

Teachers' house[edit]

The home of Irene (Blanca Romero) and Blanca (Cecilia Freire) is a flat always occupied by other teachers such as Miguel, (Michel Brown), Violeta (Irene Sánchez), or Irene's nephew. After this last one left, the free room was taken by Vaquero (Marc Clotet), who stays in the flat after Irene and Blanca finally leave.

Later on, Vaquero rents the free rooms Verónica (Olivia Molina) and Jorge (Sergio Mur). Because of the constant flirting going on between these two, Vaquero decides to leave the flat, to the couple, but after they break up, Jorge leaves too.

Currently the flat is shared by Verónica (Olivia Molina), Sara (Sabrina Garciarena) and Xavi (Juan Pablo Di Pace).

Other scenarios[edit]

The students' houses, restaurants and even the street are also scenarios used in this TV show.

Episodes[edit]

Season 1[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewers
1 1 "Cosas que hacer antes de estar muerto" 4 February 2008 3,689,000 viewers (20.9%)
2 2 "Sólo es sexo" 11 February 2008 3,542,000 viewers (20.3%)
3 3 "Daños colaterales" 18 February 2008 3,336,000 viewers (18.8%)
4 4 "Hace falta valor" 25 February 2008 2,501,000 viewers (11.9%)
5 5 "El precio de la verdad" 10 March 2008 2,970,000 viewers (17.8%)
6 6 "Egoísmo razonable" 17 March 2008 2,678,000 viewers (16.9%)
7 7 "Secretos y mentiras (Parte 1)" 24 March 2008 3,244,000 viewers (18.7%)
8 8 "Secretos y mentiras (Parte 2)" 31 March 2008 3,492,000 viewers (20.2%)

Season 2[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
9 1 "Las mejores intenciones" 8 September 2008 2,572,000 viewers (16.6%)
10 2 "El corazón tiene razones que la razón desconoce" 15 September 2008 2,610,000 viewers (16.2%)
11 3 "Una cuestión de equilibrio" 22 September 2008 2,853,000 viewers (16.2%)
12 4 "Yo soy yo... y mi circunstancia" 29 September 2008 2,678,000 viewers (15.6%)
13 5 "De la amistad" 6 October 2008 2,731,000 viewers (15.7%)
14 6 "Verdades aplazadas" 13 October 2008 2,997,000 viewers (16.7%)
15 7 "El pasado siempre llama dos veces" 20 October 2008 3,054,000 viewers (17.1%)
16 8 "Elecciones" 27 October 2008 2,988,000 viewers (17.3%)
17 9 "Adictos" 3 November 2008 3,210,000 viewers (17.3%)
18 10 "Mentiras tan frías" 10 November 2008 3,184,000 viewers (17.5%)
19 11 "Cuestión de confianza" 17 November 2008 3,327,000 viewers (19.0%)
20 12 "Te quiero y es mi culpa" 24 November 2008 3,152,000 viewers (17.9%)
21 13 "El eterno retorno (Parte 1)" 1 December 2008 3,307,000 viewers(18.5%)
22 14 "El eterno retorno (Parte 2)" 8 December 2008 3,916,000 viewers(22.1%)

Season 3[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
23 1 "Empezar de nuevo" 13 April 2009 2,951,000 viewers (15.7%)
24 2 "El adiós" 20 April 2009 3,036,000 viewers (16.8%)
25 3 "Crimen y castigo" 27 April 2009 3,171,000 viewers (17.5%)
26 4 "¿Y tú qué te apuestas?'" 4 May 2009 3,128,000 viewers (17.1%)
27 5 "La prueba" 11 May 2009 3,120,000 viewers (17.2%)
28 6 "Yo te atraigo, tu me atraes..." 18 May 2009 3,104,000 viewers (16.9%)
29 7 "Lo que no me atrevo a decirte" 25 May 2009 3,233,000 viewers (17.9%)
30 8 "Yo nunca he..." 1 June 2009 2,596,000 viewers (16.9%)
31 9 "Superación" 8 June 2009 3,001,000 viewers (16.2%)
32 10 "Salto al vacío (Parte 1)" 15 June 2009 3,116,000 viewers (17.7%)
33 11 "Salto al vacío (Parte 2)" 22 June 2009 2,898,000 viewers (17.6%)

Season 4[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
34 1 "El final del verano" 22 September 2009 3,027,000 viewers (17.5%)
35 2 "Maternidad" 23 September 2009 2,924,000 viewers (17.2%)
36 3 "Cuestión de posibilidades" 30 September 2009 2,931,000 viewers (16.9%)
37 4 "Lo hago por tu bien" 7 October 2009 3,059,000 viewers (17.9%)
38 5 "No se lo cuentes a nadie" 14 October 2009 3,133,000 viewers (17.2%)
39 6 "Sinceramente..." 21 October 2009 3,034,000 viewers (18.1%)
40 7 "Confía en mí" 28 October 2009 2,894,000 viewers (16.9%)
41 8 "Tú primero" 4 November 2009 3,243,000 viewers (20.1%)
42 9 "Aceptar responsabilidades" 11 November 2009 2,949,000 viewers (17.7%)
43 10 "Otra oportunidad" 18 November 2009 2,914,000 viewers (17.4%)
44 11 "Autocontrol" 25 November 2009 2,559,000 viewers (15.7%)
45 12 "El tránsito de Venus" 2 December 2009 2,818,000 viewers (16.6%)
46 13 "Renuncias (Parte 1)" 9 December 2009 2,873,000 viewers (16.7%)
47 14 "Renuncias (Parte 2)" 16 December 2009 3,317,000 viewers (19.9%)

Season 5[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
48 1 "La fiesta" 11 May 2010 3,022,000 viewers (16.6%)
49 2 "Fotos" 18 May 2010 2,660,000 viewers (15.5%)
50 3 "Todo lo que me has ocultado" 25 May 2010 2,736,000 viewers (16.1%)
51 4 "El partido" 1 June 2010 2,703,000 viewers (15.9%)
52 5 "La sonrisa de la Gioconda" 8 June 2010 2,504,000 viewers (14.8%)
53 6 "No te vayas" 15 June 2010 2,459,000 viewers (14.2%)
54 7 "Lo que piensan los demás" 22 June 2010 2,486,000 viewers (14.5%)
55 8 "Sinceridad (Parte 1)" 29 June 2010 2,374,000 viewers (15.2%)
56 9 "Sinceridad (Parte 2)" 6 July 2010 2,450,000 viewers (16.5%)

Season 6[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
57 1 "Es hora de tomar decisiones" 15 September 2010 2,593,000 viewers (15.4%)
58 2 "Romeo y Julieta" 21 September 2010 2,389,000 viewers (12.9%)
59 3 "Deseo" 22 September 2010 2,304,000 viewers (12.7%)
60 4 "Segunda oportunidad" 28 September 2010 2,357,000 viewers (12.9%)
61 5 "Crisis" 5 October 2010 2,213,000 viewers (12.0%)
62 6 "Excursión" 12 October 2010 2,013,000 viewers (11.8%)
63 7 "Táctica y estrategia" 19 October 2010 2,143,000 viewers (12.2%)
64 8 "Confesiones que nunca llegan" 26 October 2010 2,084,000 viewers (12.2%)
65 9 "Lo peor de nosotros" 2 November 2010 1,967,000 viewers (11.5%)
66 10 "Cuando todo cobre sentido" 9 November 2010 2,091,000 viewers (11.7%)
67 11 "En una despedida" 16 November 2010 2,133,000 viewers (12.3%)
68 12 "Decisiones" 23 November 2010 2,073,000 viewers (12.0%)
69 13 "Carpe Diem (Parte 1)" 30 November 2010 1,834,000 viewers (10.3%)
70 14 "Carpe Diem (Parte 2)" 14 December 2010 2,210,000 viewers (12.6%)

Season 7[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title English title Original air date Viewer
71 1 "Revolución" 5 May 2011 1,867,000 viewers (9.8%)
72 2 "Espectáculo" 12 May 2011 1,439,000 viewers (7.3%)
73 3 "Desnudos" 18 May 2011 1,444,000 viewers (10.1%)
74 4 "Contenido y forma" 25 May 2011 1,454,000 viewers (11.3%)
75 5 "Nunca te olvides de mi nombre" 1 June 2011 1,781,000 viewers (14.1%)
76 6 "Te veo" 6 June 2011 2,035,000 viewers (10.4%)
77 7 "Si pudiera volver atrás" 13 June 2011 2,140,000 viewers (12.2%)
Special Special "Especial FoQ, Lo que hemos vivido" 13 June 2011 980,000 viewers (11.2%)

Broadcasters[edit]

Country Broadcaster Series premiere Title in country
 Spain Antena 3 4 February 2008 Física o Química
Latin America Antena 3 8 February 2008 Física o Química
Quebec Quebec Canada Canada TOU.TV 2012 Physique ou Chimie
 France NRJ 12 24 August 2009 Physique ou Chimie
 Italy Rai 4 4 September 2010 Fisica o Chimica
 Portugal MTV Portugal 2010 Física ou Química
SIC Radical 2011-2012 Físico-Química
 Brazil Rede Record 2012 Física ou Química
 Costa Rica Cadena 2 2011 Física o Química
 Honduras HTV June 25, 2011 and November 5, 2012 Física o Quimica
 Bulgaria bTV 2 August 2011 Физика или Химия
Fisika ili Himiya

References[edit]

  1. ^ Episodes of Física o Química at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ 'Física o química' llegará a los móviles antes que a la televisión. 20minutos.es (28 January 2008). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  3. ^ 'Física o química' consigue pasar de curso en Antena. Vertele.com (18 March 2008). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  4. ^ 'Física o química' suma en su reparto a la actriz María Casal. Vertele.com (20 September 2008). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  5. ^ Óscar Sinela y Sandra Blázquez fichan por la nueva temporada de 'Física o química'. Formulatv.com. Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  6. ^ Miriam Giovanelli se pasa también de "El castigo" a 'Física o química'. Formulatv.com. Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  7. ^ David, el nuevo galán de Física o Química. Fandemia.com (22 February 1999). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  8. ^ Irene Sánchez completa el reparto de la tercera temporada de 'Física o Química'. Formulatv.com. Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  9. ^ José Manuel Seda, Gonzalo en 'Yo soy Bea', ficha por la nueva temporada de 'Física o química'. Formulatv.com (4 February 2009). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  10. ^ "Física o Química" sufre más bajas para su tercera temporada. Eslatele.com (30 December 2008). Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  11. ^ Adrián Rodríguez, actor fijo en la cuarta temporada de 'Física o química'. Formulatv.com. Retrieved 12 January 2012.
  12. ^ Un tiro acaba con la vida de Fer. ANTENA3.COM. Retrieved 12 January 2012.

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