Paramédicos is based on true stories taken from the memories and experiences of those who served in the Mexican Red Cross

Once TV Network premieres Paramédicos based on true stories of the Mexican Red Cross

27 de septiembre de 2012


Once TV Network will debut its new non-fictional series Paramédicos on Thursday Oct. 4 at midnight Paramedicos is based on true stories taken from the memories and experiences of those who served in the Mexican Red Cross. A co-production with Lemon Films and the Mexican Red Cross, the setting of the story id the Red Cross in Mexico City where a team of rescuers will have to learn to work together to save lives. The series stars Irene Azuela, Raul Méndez, Ruben Zamora, Rocio Verdejo, Antonio Gaona, Marianna Burelli and Luis Arrieta. The show was written by Sandra Garcia Velten and directed by filmmakers Alejandro Lozano, Rigoberto Castañeda and Fernando Rovzar. “Paramédicos is not only a tribute to those who put their lives in danger every day to save the lives of others, it is also a high quality, dramatic TV show in every sense” said Rafael Lugo Sanchez, general director of Once TV Mexico. “The careful way in which this project has been handled by the channel counselors, the Red Cross, the writers, the editors, as well as the actors, is a reason to be proud. Every time we think about creating a new project, we also think about what it represents and that’s why we work with such prestigious organizations. It helps us to keep producing high social value programs” he added.
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