Telecinco Estrellas

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Telecinco Estrellas
Telecinco Estrellas logo.png
Launched 30 November 2005
Closed 18 February 2008
Owned by Gestevisión Telecinco
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Nationwide
Replaced by FactoriaDeFiccion
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Telecinco Estrellas was a Spanish television channel operated by Gestevisión Telecinco. It is available 24 hours a day on digital terrestrial (TDT in Spain), satellite and cable. The channel specialises in drama and comedy programmes from around the world. Examples of programming include Mentes Criminales (Criminal Minds) and Yo Soy Bea a local version of Betty la Fea (Ugly Betty).

On 18 February 2008, the channel was closed, and the frequency was given to FDF Telecinco.

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