List of programs broadcast by Rede Globo

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Promotional Logo of Rede Globo.

Rede Globo (Globo Network), or simply Globo, is a Brazilian television network, launched by media mogul Roberto Marinho on April 26, 1965. It is owned by media conglomerate Organizações Globo, being by far the largest of its holdings. Globo is the second-largest commercial TV network in annual revenue worldwide behind just American Broadcasting Company[1] and the largest producer of telenovelas.[2]

Globo is headquartered in the Jardim Botânico neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, where its news division is based. The network's main production studios are located at a complex dubbed Projac (short for "Jacarepaguá project"), located in Jacarepaguá, Barra da Tijuca. It is composed of 122 owned and affiliate television stations throughout Brazil[3] plus its own international networks, TV Globo Internacional and TV Globo Portugal.

Globo launches its own schedule of shows and programs annually, and launching new seasons of pilots, something only seen in Globo itself, if compared with the other major television channels in Brazil (SBT, Record, Band, Rede TV!), they convey the American TV shows (SBT, Band and Record) and/or religious programs (Band and Rede TV!).

Globo has output deals with 20th Century Fox (except Blue Sky Studios films), Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (including Pixar and Marvel Studios films), DreamWorks Animation, Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment, having in his hand, one of the largest film libraries for be displayed on a TV network.

Globo is still the absolute leader of the hearing and has the highest turnover on advertising.

Current programs[edit]

Telenovelas[edit]

Series[edit]

Maurício Sherman, director of Zorra Total.
A Grande Família original cast.
Fernanda Torres, Tapas & Beijos protagonist.

Reality shows[edit]

Late night[edit]

Variety and talk shows[edit]

Serginho Groisman, host of Altas Horas.
Fausto Silva, host of Domingão do Faustão.
Renato Aragão, host of Criança Esperança.
  • Som Brasil (1981–1989; 1993–1999; 2007–present)
  • Vídeo Show (1983–present)
  • Criança Esperança (yearly; 1986–present)
  • Domingão do Faustão (1989–present)
  • Show da Virada (yearly; 1998–present)
  • Mais Você (1999–present)
  • Altas Horas (2000–present)
  • Caldeirão do Huck (2000–present)
  • TV Xuxa (2005–present)
  • Estrelas (2006–present)
  • Amor & Sexo (2009–present)
  • Bem Estar (2011–present)
  • Esquenta (2011–present)
  • Encontro com Fátima Bernardes (2012–present)
  • Na Moral (2012–present)
  • Superstar (2014–present)

News and information[edit]

  • Jornal da Globo (1967–1969; 1979–1981; 1982–present)
  • Jornal Nacional (1969–present)
  • Retrospectiva (yearly; 1971–present)
  • Jornal Hoje (1971–present)
  • Globo Repórter (1973–present)
  • Fantástico (1973–present)
  • Globo Rural (1980–present)
  • Plantão da Globo (1982–present)
  • Bom Dia Brasil (1983–present)
  • Praça TV (1983–present)
  • Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios (1987–present)
  • Globo Notícia (2005–2014)
  • Profissão Reporter (2006–present)
  • Globo Mar (2010)

Educational, Environmental and Social service[edit]

  • Globo Cidadania (2012–present)
    • Globo Cidade (1982–present)
    • Globo Ciência (1984–present)
    • Globo Ecologia (1990–present)
    • Globo Educação (1990–present)
    • Globo Comunidade (1991–present)
    • Ação (1999–present)
    • Globo Universidade (2008–present)
  • Novo Telecurso (1995–present)
    • Telecurso TEC (2011–present)

Sports[edit]

Programming[edit]

  • Esporte Espetacular (1973–1983; 1987–present)
  • Globo Esporte (1978–present)
  • Auto Esporte (2002–present)
  • Corujão do Esporte (2010–present)

Coverage[edit]

Soccer
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Movie Blocks[edit]

  • Cine Fã-Clube (2014–present)
  • Cinema Especial (1978–present)
  • Corujão (1985–present)
  • Domingo Maior (1980–present)
  • Festival de Sucessos (1980–1994; 2008–present)
  • Festival Nacional (1998–present)
  • Sessão Brasil (2007–present)
  • Sessão de Gala (1976–present)
  • Supercine (1981–present)
  • Tela Quente (1988–present)
  • Temperatura Máxima (1989–present)
  • Sessão da Tarde (1975–present)

Children's programming[edit]

  • Festival de Desenhos (1987–present)
  • TV Globinho (2000–present)

International series[edit]

Upcoming programming[edit]

Telenovelas[edit]

  • Alto Astral (7pm - November 2014)
  • Sete Vidas (6pm - Early 2015)
  • Babilônia (8pm - Early 2015)
  • Lady Marizete (7pm - Early 2015)
  • Oito ou Oitenta (7pm - Late 2015)
  • Favela Chique (8pm - Late 2015)

Series[edit]

  • Dupla Identidade (2014)
  • Sexo e as nêga (2014)
  • Doutora Priscila (2015)

Sports[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rede Globo se torna a 2ª maior emissora do mundo" (in Portuguese). O Fuxico. Retrieved 22 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "BRAZIL - The Museum of Broadcast Corporations". Retrieved May 30, 2011. 
  3. ^ (Portuguese) About Rede Globo in the study Media owners.