El chiringuito de jugones anoche

El chiringuito de jugones anoche

Pipi estrada

Thus, Pedrerol reached an agreement with Atresmedia on December 20, 2013 to begin broadcasting the program as of January 6, 2014. In addition, it was confirmed that the program would be broadcast through Nitro[1] and that it would be called El chiringuito de Jugones, thus boosting the brand of La Sexta’s sports program called Jugones, becoming the most watched program in the late night slot on DTT channels, as well as the leading program on Nitro, having increased the channel’s screen share by double since its premiere.[2]

After the end of the World Cup and in view of the 2014-2015 television season, El chiringuito de Jugones changed channel again, recovering its original name. Thus, Neox broadcasted the program between August 18, 2014 and July 9, 2015.[4] The program has starred in episodes close to the same time.

The program has starred in episodes close to reality show, where the following have been seen: resignations of live talk show hosts;[16] physical aggressions;[17] death threats;[18][19] live set abandonments[20] due to anger; live reality television broadcasts;[21] personal macho attacks;[22][23] confrontations between talk show hosts[24] or anxiety attacks broadcast live.[25][26]

Eduardo aguirre

Thus, Pedrerol reached an agreement with Atresmedia on December 20, 2013 to begin broadcasting the program as of January 6, 2014. In addition, it was confirmed that the program would be broadcast through Nitro[1] and that it would be called El chiringuito de Jugones, thus boosting the brand of La Sexta’s sports program called Jugones, becoming the most watched program in the late night slot on DTT channels, as well as the leading program on Nitro, having increased the channel’s audience share by double since its premiere.[2]

After the end of the World Cup and in view of the 2014-2015 television season, El chiringuito de Jugones changed channel again, recovering its original name. Thus, Neox broadcasted the program between August 18, 2014 and July 9, 2015.[4] The program has starred in episodes close to the same time.

The program has starred in episodes close to reality show, where the following have been seen: resignations of live talk show hosts;[16] physical aggressions;[17] death threats;[18][19] live set abandonments[20] due to anger; live reality television broadcasts;[21] personal macho attacks;[22][23] confrontations between talk show hosts[24] or anxiety attacks broadcast live.[25][26]

El chiringuito de jugones live

Thus, Pedrerol reached an agreement with Atresmedia on December 20, 2013 to start broadcasting the program from January 6, 2014. In addition, it was confirmed that the program would be broadcast through Nitro[1] and that it would be called El chiringuito de Jugones, thus boosting the brand of La Sexta’s sports program called Jugones, becoming the most watched program in the late night slot on DTT channels, as well as the leading program on Nitro, having doubled the channel’s share of the screen since its premiere.[2]

After the end of the World Cup and in view of the 2014-2015 television season, El chiringuito de Jugones changed channel again, recovering its original name. Thus, Neox broadcasted the program between August 18, 2014 and July 9, 2015.[4] The program has starred in episodes close to the same time.

The program has starred in episodes close to reality show, where the following have been seen: resignations of live talk show hosts;[16] physical aggressions;[17] death threats;[18][19] live set abandonments[20] due to anger; live reality television broadcasts;[21] personal macho attacks;[22][23] confrontations between talk show hosts[24] or anxiety attacks broadcast live.[25][26]

Chiringuito interior

Música de tensión. Un hombre con traje, cuya cara se contorsiona con cada palabra, grita «¿Dónde están los tíos? ¡Tíos, tíos! ¿Dónde están?». Le observan desde las gradas del público y la cámara le acompaña mientras recorre el plató. Los trucos de montaje, como las pantallas divididas y fundidas, dan un aire de sueño, de pesadilla. No se trata de Twin Peaks , sino de un martes más en El chiringuito de jugones , la tertulia de fútbol que se emite de madrugada de domingo a jueves en Mega y que presenta Josep Pedrerol. El que grita es el tertuliano Cristóbal Soria, furioso tras una derrota del Barcelona en la Champions.

Este programa acaba de vivir un trance crucial: la marcha de Lionel Messi al París Saint-Germain, que el 5 de agosto llevó a Pedrerol a suspender sus vacaciones. «El verano pasado también tuve que hacerlo por el burofax que envió para dejar el Barça. No voy a perdonar a Messi que me robe las vacaciones dos años seguidos», bromea por teléfono. Pero fue la decisión correcta. La gente nos busca en momentos así y estaba claro que querían vernos». El resultado fue un éxito: el espacio, que se emitió excepcionalmente en La Sexta, obtuvo un 12,4% de audiencia. Más de medio millón de espectadores. Récord histórico.

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