Tu Desayuno Alegre

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Tu Día Alegre
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
Production company(s) Venevision International
Original network Venevision
Original release 2001 – April 10, 2015

Tu Día Alegre, formerly Tu Desayuno Alegre, was a one-hour daily Spanish language entertainment television series airing on Univision or UniMás depending on the service area. It began its run September 2001 as Tu Desayuno Alegre and was renamed Tu Día Algre in September 2014[1][2] with minor format changes including a change in hosts and a four-week change of airtime from 5 am to 10 am. It then returned to its original 5 am time slot. It featured music videos from a wide variety of Latin American music including rap, hip hop, ballads, pop, dance, and traditional Mexican music. The show grew to include multiple recurring segments including fitness, cooking, entertainment news, celebrity interviews, fashion, and lifestyle tips and advice.


Valentina Patruno, Anabelle Blum, Mauricio Mejía. Jessica Fox, Carlos Gastellum, and Ximena Córdoba[3]


Tu Día Alegre was available on Univision or UniMás depending upon the service area and the cable or satellite provider. Some affiliates replaced the program with local news programs. The regular airtime was weekdays at 5 AM.[4] The show was cancelled on April 10, 2015.

Title Translation[edit]

The adjective "alegre" has several similar but subtly different meanings in English making an exact translation difficult. Tu Desayuno Alegre can translate into Your Happy Breakfast, Your Lighthearted Breakfast or Your Cheerful Breakfast and Tu Día Alegre can translate into Your Happy Day, Your Lighthearted Day, and Your Cheerful Day.


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