List of programs broadcast by Rede Globo

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

Globo has output deals with 20th Century Fox (except Blue Sky Studios films), Marvel Studios, DreamWorks Animation, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and more, having one of the largest film libraries for being shown on a TV network. As of 2013, they started to broadcast films from Warner Bros. Entertainment.

Globo is still today the highest rating television network among viewers of all ages and has the highest advertising turnout among the national TV networks.

Current programs[edit]

Telenovelas[edit]

Title As Created By Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Avenida Brasil Vale a Pena Ver de Novo (Worth seeing again) João Emanuel Carneiro October 7, 2019 – present 40 minutes
Unknown
Éramos Seis Novela das seis (6PM telenovela) Ângela Chaves September 30, 2019–present 40 minutes
Unknown
Bom Sucesso Novela das sete (7PM telenovela) Rosane Svartman; Paulo Halm July 29, 2019–present 50 minutes
Unknown
Amor de Mãe Novela das nove (9PM telenovela) Manuela Dias November 25, 2019–present 75 minutes
Unknown

Soap opera[edit]

Title As Created By Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Malhação - Toda Forma de Amar (season 27) Malhação Writers: Andréa Maltarolli & Emanuel Jacobina
Season 27: Emanuel Jacobina
April 24, 1995–present
April 16, 2019 – present
30 minutes
Unknown

TV series[edit]

Title As Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Zorra Main show of Saturday night. 2015–present 45 minutes
16.7[3]
Escolinha do Professor Raimundo Main show of Sunday afternoon. 2015—present 40 minutes
Unknown
Sob Pressão Third show of Thursday night 2017—present 45 minutes
Unknown
Carcereiros Second show of Thursday night 2018—present 35 minutes
Unknown

Reality shows[edit]

Title Timeslot Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Big Brother Brasil Sundays—Saturdays 2002–present 25 minutes
60 minutes
5 minutes
22.8[4]
(2014 season)
Dança dos Famosos Sundays 2005–present 60 minutes
The Voice Brasil Tuesdays and Thursdays 2012–present 90 minutes
22.0[5]
Saltibum Saturdays 2014–present
The Voice Kids Sundays 2016–present 90 minutes
Show dos Famosos Sundays 2017–present 60 minutes
Popstar Sundays 2017–present 75 minutes

Late night[edit]

Title Presenter Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Conversa com Bial Pedro Bial 2017–present 45–60 minutes
Lady Night Tatá Werneck 2019–present 45–60 minutes

Variety and talk shows[edit]

Title Presenter Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Domingão do Faustão Fausto Silva 1989–present 180 minutes
120 minutes (in Brazilian Daylight Saving Time)
Various (in others)
Show da Virada Various yearly; 1998–present 240 minutes
Mais Você Ana Maria Braga 1999–present 80 minutes
Altas Horas Serginho Groisman 2000–present 100 minutes
Caldeirão do Huck Luciano Huck 2000–present 165 minutes
Encontro com Fátima Bernardes Fátima Bernardes 2012–present 80 minutes
É de Casa André Marques
Ana Furtado
Cissa Guimarães
Patrícia Poeta
Zeca Camargo
2015–present 180 minutes
Tamanho Família Márcio Garcia 2016–present 60 minutes
Zero1 Tiago Leifert 2016–present 15–20 minutes
Lazinho com Você Lázaro Ramos 2017–present 60 minutes
Só Toca Top Maiara & Maraisa 2018–present 60 minutes

Educational, Environmental and Social service[edit]

Project Program(s) Run Host(s)
Criança Esperança
yearly; 1986–present Dira Paes
Flávio Canto
Lázaro Ramos
Leandra Leal
Como Será? (2014–present) Globo Cidade
Globo Ciência
Globo Ecologia
Globo Educação
1982–present
1984–present
1990–present
1990–present
Sandra Annenberg
Globo Comunidade (RJ - DF - PE) - Antena Paulista - Globo Horizonte (1991–present) Ação (1999–present)
Globo Universidade (2008–present)
1999–present
2008–present
n/a

News and information[edit]

Title Main Hosts Run Running time IBOPE Rating Frequency
Jornal da Globo Renata Lo Prete 1967–1969; 1979–1981; 1982–present 30–45 minutes
9[6]
Monday–Friday late night
Jornal Nacional William Bonner
Renata Vasconcellos
1969–present 40 minutes
25–30 minutes
(Wednesday)
25[7]
Monday–Saturday primetime
Jornal Hoje Maria Júlia Coutinho 1971–present 40 minutes
12[8]
Monday–Saturday daytime
Retrospectiva Glória Maria
Sandra Annenberg
1971–present 180 minutes
23.9[9]
(2014 edition)
Annually (last Friday of the year)
Globo Repórter 1973–present 60 minutes
25[10]
Friday primetime
Fantástico Poliana Abritta
Tadeu Schmidt
1973–present 120 minutes
19[11]
Sunday primetime
Globo Rural Hellen Martins
Nélson Araújo
1980–present 60 minutes
8[12]
Sunday morning
Plantão da Globo
n/a
1982–present
n/a
When necessary
Bom Dia Brasil Chico Pinheiro
Ana Paula Araújo
1983–present 60 minutes
8[13]
Monday–Friday mornings
Praça TV
n/a
1983–present 50 minutes
20–25 minutes (primetime)
Monday–Saturday
Bom Dia Praça
n/a
1983–present 120 minutes
Monday–Friday mornings
Profissão Reporter Caco Barcellos 2006–present 25–30 minutes
Wednesday primetime
Hora Um da Notícia Roberto Kovalick 2014–present 120 minutes
Monday–Friday mornings

Sports[edit]

Programming[edit]

Title Main Hosts Run Running time IBOPE Rating
Esporte Espetacular Lucas Gutierrez
Bárbara Coelho
1973–1983; 1987–present 180 minutes
Globo Esporte Carol Barcellos (Satellite TV)
n/a (regional program)
1978–present 30 minutes
Auto Esporte Millena Machado 2002–present 30 minutes

Coverage[edit]

Sport Coverage name Timeslot Run
Futsal Brazil national futsal team matches on Sundays
n/a
Formula One Formula 1 na Globo Saturdays and Sundays 1972–present
Stock Car Brasil Stock Car Brasil on Sundays
n/a
Basketball Novo Basquete Brasil (All-Star Game and Final) on Sundays 2008–present
FIVB World League
FIVB World Grand Prix
Brazilian Volleyball Super League (Men and women)
Vôlei 2015 Saturdays and Sundays
n/a
Summer Olympics
Winter Olympics
n/a
n/a
Soccer
Futebol na Globo
Futebol 2015
Globo Network Football.jpg
Running timeSaturday: 4PM-6PM
Sunday: 4PM-6PM
Wednesday: 10PM-12AM
Competition Run Timeslot
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1987–present Sunday, 4:00PM – 5:00PM (Brazilian Daylight Saving Time); Wednesday, 21:45PM
Campeonato Brasileiro Série B 2003–present Saturday, 4:00PM
Conmebol Libertadores Bridgestone
(if any Brazilian sides are qualified)
n/a
Wednesday, 21:45PM
Copa Sudamericana
(if any Brazilian sides are qualified)
n/a
Copa Continental do Brasil
n/a
Soccer States championships
n/a
Sunday, 4:00PM – 5:00PM (Brazilian Daylight Saving Time); Wednesday, 21:45PM

Carnival[edit]

Globeleza (1990–present)
Transmission Title Presenters Timeslot Run
Rede Globo Rio Carnival Alex Escobar and Fátima Bernardes Sunday, 22:00 PM - Monday, 22:00PM 1970–present
São Paulo Carnival Chico Pinheiro and Michelle Barros Friday, 23:00 PM - Saturday, 23:00PM 1991–present
Local Rio Carnival - Série A Mariana Gross and Pedro Bassan 2013–present
Galo da Madrugada n/a Saturday 2008–present

Movie blocks[edit]

  • Cinema Especial (1978–present)
  • Corujão (1985–present)
  • Domingo Maior (1980–present)
  • Festival de Sucessos (1977–1996; 2008–2014; 2019-present)
  • Festival Nacional (1998–present)
  • Sessão de Gala (1976–present)
  • Sessão da Tarde (1974–present)
  • Supercine (1981–present)
  • Tela Quente (1988–present)
  • Temperatura Máxima (1989–present)

International series[edit]

Upcoming programming[edit]

Telenovelas[edit]

  • Chuvas de Verão (Rains of Summer) by Rosane Svartman & Paulo Halm (7pm; mid 2019)[14]

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. ^ Após perder 50% de audiência, Zorra Total vai ser reformulado
  4. ^ Média de audiência do "BBB14" é a pior da história do reality
  5. ^ THE VOICE BRASIL – TABELA DE AUDIÊNCIA
  6. ^ Jornal da Globo/Dados de Mídia - NAC
  7. ^ Jornal Nacional IBOPE Rating
  8. ^ Jornal Hoje IBOPE Rating
  9. ^ "Retrospectiva 2014" garante bom índice à Globo. Confira a audiência consolidada desta sexta-feira, 26 de dezembro
  10. ^ 'Globo repórter' registra recorde de audiência no Rio e em São Paulo
  11. ^ "Fantástico" perde 17 pontos de audiência em 10 anos
  12. ^ Comercial Globo - Dados de Mídia - NAC/Globo Rural
  13. ^ Bom Dia Brasil/Dados de Mídia - NAC
  14. ^ ""Chuvas de Verão" é o nome da próxima novela dos autores de "Totalmente Demais"". Famosos do Web (in Portuguese).

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