Anda Pa'l Cará

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Anda Pa'l Carájo
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APC - Puerto Rican TV Show
Starring Alexandra Fuentes
Javier De Jesus
Ali Warrington
Country of origin Puerto Rico
Production
Producer(s) Diana Matos y Beatriz Oliveros
Running time 60 mins.
Release
Original network Univision Puerto Rico / Galavision National
Original release 2000 – 2009

Anda Pa'l Cará was a Spanish-language television program, a late-night talk and variety show from Puerto Rico. It started in 2000 on WLII-TV Tele Once as a late night show with comedian Silverio Pérez as host, but has evolved into a more youth-oriented format with a focus on celebrity news and interviews.

The show usually features interviews to artists and other personalities, music performances, celebrity news, curious facts, and comedy sketches, among other things. Aside of its regular hosts, the show features a team of collaborators that offer their opinions on a wide range of topics from sexuality, movies, and Internet.

Despite its hosting changes, the show remained one of the most successful in the island, edging its direct rival, No te Duermas, of Telemundo.

Show history[edit]

2000: Silverio Pérez[edit]

In 2000, Anda Pa'l Cara began, with Silverio Pérez as host. During this first year, Pérez focused more on a late night talk show format with a slight focus on political commentary. During this time the show counted with Gabriel Ferri as creative director.

2001-2003: Luis Raúl and Gricel Mamery[edit]

When Pérez left the show, most people thought its popularity would decline. However, the combination of new hosts - comedian Luis Raúl and Gricel Mamery - and their chemistry, kept the show alive on the charts.

During their run, the show changed its format to one more oriented to comedy sketches benefitting from Luis Raúl talent. He brought most of his well-known characters, and several new ones, to the show, infusing it with a lighter format.

2003-2005: Luis Raúl leaves[edit]

Again, when Luis Raúl left the show in 2003, many thought that audiences would reject the change. A long casting process ensued, and Venezuelan host Daniel Sarcos was picked to join Mamery. Known Puerto Rican host, Sonya Cortes, was also chosen to complete the trio of hosts. This decision angered many local celebrities, who argued the election of a foreign host over a Puerto Rican one. However, after a few months, legal problems concerning Sarcos visa didn't allow him to continue working, and Puerto Rican Rafael José was chosen to replace him.

José mostly kept the previous format intact doing comedy sketches, albeit with a slight turn into a more celebrity oriented show. Most audiences embraced the selection and the show kept performing well. José would remain in the show until 2006 when he left to work in the United States. The year before, Mamery had also left the show.[1]

2006-2009: Youngest vision, Rony, Sonya and Alexandra[edit]

In 2005, when Mamery left the show, she was replaced by young host Alexandra Fuentes. Curiously enough, Fuentes used to play a parody of Mamery in the show Salvese Quien Pueda on WKAQ-TV. The following year, radio host, Rony the Hyper joined the cast in a transition move before José left the show. This season was the most successful of the show's history. and was produced by: Soraya Sanchez- Executive Producer, Nelson Ruiz- Executive Producer, Diana Matos- General Producer, Michell Santiago-Associate Producer/ General Producer ( Covers the Genereal Producer when she's absent), Orlando Sanchez- Line Producer/ Associate Producer ( Covers the associate producers when she's absent), Beatriz Oliveros- Producer, Yamilin Rivera- Gues't Producer, Angel Mercado- Creative Producer, Karoll Nieves- Exterior Producer, Lisette Letriz- Editor Producer, Javier Maldonado- Editor Producer, Yesibel Perez- Producer, Joselo Perez - Media Producer, Maria Ramos- Production Assistance, Alexis Gonzales - Production Assistance, Mary Luz Cintron- Production Assistance.

During this recent run, the show has focused more on its celebrity section featuring more interviews to several celebrities and personalities. The sections of movies and sexuality have been given a more ample coverage as well. In 2008, known celebrity reporter Milly Cangiano was added to the team to collaborate with Ramón "Papo" Brenes, who has been working in the show since 2000.

2009: Alexandra and Sonya, Looking for a new host[edit]

Rony "The Hyper" left the TV program for personal reasons, and now, Alexandra and Sonya, will be conducting a series of auditions for actors, singers and public figures in Puerto Rico that have a desire to be the new driver Anda Pa'l Cara with Alexandra and Sonya for the new season of it. On December 28, 2009 Univision Puerto Rico informed that the program will come to an end on December 30, 2009 after 10 years. The last season was produced by: Executive Producer- Soraya Sanchez, Maxi Paglia- General Producer, Michell Santiago - Associate Producer, Orlando Sanchez- Line Producer/ Associate Producer, Karoll Nieves- Editor Producer, Joselo Perez- Media Producer, Yesibel Perez- Producer and Associate Producer of " Estan del Kra", Rafael Perez- Production Assistance, Maria Ramos- Production Assistance, Alexis Gonzales - Production Assistance/ Editor Producer.

Co-Scheduling Anda Pal Cara[edit]

APC de Gala

Hosting by Alexandra Malagon; This program has a more serious mission that APC, Alexandra here, interview and goes to the depths of an artist, going back to his days of childhood and recalling the moments highest of his career, gives joys and surprises, but the best everything, is that people know more than what it is that person.[2]

APC Se Chavó La Política

This is an area which combine comedy, with the proper policy analysis, in the face of the elections on November 4, an election that will be historic for our country, PUERTO RICO, to be able to see the candidates, candidates for any political seat, To discuss the problems that have Puerto Ricans, all this from a different perspective, new, agreed with political satire.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pagán Sánchez, José R. (December 22, 2005). "Gricel Mamery deja Anda pa'l cará por espacio radial". El Nuevo Día. Retrieved April 23, 2015. 
  2. ^ Anda Pal Cara.TV Archived November 4, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Anda Pa'l Cara.TV | Se chavó la politica - Crew | 2008 Archived September 17, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ APC Colaboradores y Host Archived November 4, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.