There are less than 24 hours left until the new open streaming channel focused on the world of the heart, Canal Quickie, begins its broadcasts. This coming Wednesday, May 15, the new project from the former managers of La Fábrica de la Tele will begin its television journey with the premiere of Ni que fuerámos Sálvame, a daily program that will feature the participation of the most emblematic faces of the Sálvame universe and with the essence that so characterized the Telecinco program.

On the occasion of its premiere, a large part of the project team, including the presenter and collaborators, held a press conference this past Monday, May 13, to reveal new details of this format that will come to revolutionize the evening schedule of television.

But it seems that the premiere of this ‘new Sálvame’ is not being as perfect as they expected. And as El Televisero reported this Tuesday, Mediaset has once again put the check on those responsible for Fabricantes Studio, Óscar Cornejo and Adrián Madrid, due to the name of the program.

As the aforementioned media explained, the ‘Sálvame’ brand is property of the Italian audiovisual group and cannot be used in this new streaming stage. For this reason, the production company has decided to change the name of the program at the last minute, becoming called Ni que fuerámos. A name that refers to Belén Esteban’s remembered phrase: ”Not even if I were Bin Laden”.

This last minute change only affects the name of the television space and everything else will continue as planned. Despite this setback, the producer does not rule out defending the use of the word ‘Sálvame’, according to El Televisero. But to get the broadcasts off to a good start, Fabricantes Studio has decided to give in first to Mediaset’s demands “to start the broadcast of Canal Quickie with 100% of the legal guarantees.”

Even so, the essence of the format will continue to be present in this new stage. Something that we could see during the press conference with the confrontation between Belén Esteban and Kiko Matamoros. ”I plan to go after whoever I want,” said the collaborator. For her part, Belén Esteban clarified that “they have no orders to go after anyone.” ”If you don’t give me that freedom, I will close the door and give you all a kiss. I think viewers want to see a program without censorship, without restrictions, where everything is talked about openly. And that is precisely what we are going to offer you with ‘Not even if we were Sálvame,'” Matamoros replied.