La Malquerida with Victoria Ruffo

La Gata, Hasta El Fin Del Mundo, Mi Corazón Es Tuyo and La Malquerida among Univision´s programming highlights for the upfront
09 de mayo de 2014

Among the programming highlights from Univision for this upfront season are telenovelas: La Gata with Maite Perroni and Daniel Arenas, and is produced by Nathalie Lartilleux (Monday – Friday, primetime, Televisa – June 2014); La Malquerida with Victoria Ruffo, Ariadne Díaz, Cristian Meier, and is produced by José Alberto Castro. (Monday – Friday, Primetime, Televisa); Hasta el Fin del Mundo with Marjorie De Sousa, international singing sensation Pedro Fernández, Julián Gil and Claudia Álvarez, and is produced by Nicandro Diaz. (Monday – Friday, Primetime, Televisa); Mi Corazón es Tuyo featuring Silvia Navarro, Jorge Salinas, Mayrín Villanueva, and is produced by Juan Osorio. (Monday – Friday, Primetime, Televisa) In reality shows Univision presents Nuestra Belleza Latina 9 (Sunday, Primetime - Univision). In movies, Univision and Pantelion Films bring a series of award-winning films to U.S. television, including Casa de mi Padre, Zapata, Labios Rojos and the blockbuster hit Instructions not Included with Eugenio Derbez to air exclusively and for the first time on television only on Univision Network (Sunday Night Movies). Among news documentaries, Univision will put on air This is Not a Ball, a documentary that follows the creative process of acclaimed Brazilian artist Vik Muniz as he plans and creates a major new artwork made of 20,000 soccer balls (Univision and {}, produced by Televisa Cine); Who is Dayani Cristal?, the story of the tragic results of the U.S. war on immigration viewed through the eyes of one of its victims (Univision, UniMás and; Marmato, a chronicle on how the townspeople confront a Canadian mining company that wants the US$20 billion in gold beneath their homes, produced by Univision News and Pivot (Univision and; and Narco Tek, a look inside the technology used in the drug trafficking business both from the drug cartels’ side and the governments who are constantly fighting this multimillion dollar underground industry (Univision and