El Sexo Débil (120x60') debuts on cable network in the U.S. on NBC Universo

Mexican series El Sexo Débil to premiere on NBC Universo Monday July 6th

25 de junio de 2015


NBC Universo announced the premiere of the provocative Mexican series El Sexo Débil (120x60’), that will air for the first time on a cable network in the U.S., beginning Monday, July 6, at 7pm ET/PT. El Sexo Débil is a production from Argos Television for Cadenatres and Sony Pictures Television. The series will air Mondays through Thursdays. A hit in Mexico, which generated a passionate social dialogue across Latin America, the series centers around the Camacho family, led by Agustín Camacho (Arturo Ríos) and his four sons Alvaro (Khotán Fernández), Julián (Mauricio Ochmann), Dante (Raúl Méndez) and Bruno (Pablo Cruz) – all of them doctors, who seem to have everything going for them. In the series premiere, they quickly find out that professional prestige, sexual conquests, charisma and economic status are not enough to keep the women in their lives from walking out on them – on the same fateful evening. As the men face their worst fears, in comes Helena (Itatí Cantoral), a decisive and strong woman, who right after leaving her own fiancé at the altar, is ready to take the Camachos’ lives by storm. Over time, the series illustrates how both sexes evolve and adapt to their new realities, turning traditional stereotypes on their head. Bilai Joa Silar, SVP, Programming & Production, NBC Universo, said, “El Sexo Débil defies typical dramatic portrayals of Latino characters in Spanish television. It’s a provocative series that challenges the traditional roles played by Latinos, and puts them in a modern light. This fresh, edgy programming is representative of the quality entertainment NBC Universo is committed to offering our Hispanic viewers.”
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