Angelica Vale and Carlos Moreno
Producer Carlos Moreno from Televisa: Y Mañana Será Otro Día is the first telenovela in Mexico shot in 24 frames per second
Vanessa Maldonado, Mexico City|17 de abril de 2018
Produced by Carlos Moreno, Televisa launched on Monday, April 16 at 4:30pm in Las Estrellas, its new production Y Mañana Será Otro Día… Mejor (72x60’), an adaptation of the Chilean story Cuenta Conmigo, that marks the return of Angélica Vale to Mexican TV.
“I don’t intend to send a lot of messages, I just want people to be entertained. It is a light telenovela in times of great conflict and the company has prepared the ideal space for TV viewers to forget complicated moments,” assured the producer, who highlighted that the 4:30pm schedule is an opportunity to enter Mexican homes, “for me there aren’t good or bad schedules, just good products and opportunities before us”.
Likewise, Martha Carrillo, writer and adapter of this story, together with Cristina García, mentioned that this is his first telenovela in a romantic comedy tone and from which she only took the essence of the original: “We gave it the Mexican-Latino neutral touch, with problems from our country but with the aim towards international expansion, in which the figure of the mother is relevant. It has been an accelerated process, we are creating on the go”.
We must mention that this story is the first telenovela in Mexico shot at 24 frames per second. Scene direction is under the responsibility of Lily Garza, Fernando Nesme, and Karina Duprez. Manuel Ángel Barajas and Ernesto Arreola are responsible for the cameras.