It was June 23, 2023, the day that Mediaset decided to definitively shelve Sálvame after 14 years of broadcast. Jorge Javier Vázquez’s program marked a before and after of television in Spain, generating very polarized reactions but immortalizing a wide cast of collaborators and characters. There have been many derivative projects, but the format will return to its point of origin.

Cataloged as the ad “that changes everything” on Canal Quickie, the members of Ni que fuerámos Shhh have discovered that they will see themselves again on the small screen. The Ten channel, owned by Grupo Secuoya and operated by Mediapro on DTT, has acquired the broadcast rights to the program to broadcast it on its platform starting next June 3 at 4:00 p.m. With a short video, María Patiño and company have discovered the news.

César Toral, a technical collaborator known as ‘Escaleto’ since the days of Sálvame on La Fábrica de la Tele, has expanded on several details regarding this announcement. According to his own words, the broadcasts through YouTube and Twitch will continue, investigating the fact that they will once again be included in the 25 main channels of Digital Terrestrial Television, expanding their coverage to all of Spain.

Ten began operating on April 28, 2016 as a family-oriented generalist channel, with the intention of mixing its own and third-party production, in addition to being a showcase for the creations of the production company and its subsidiaries, seeking to export them. For a few years now, the channel has had a cult following thanks to the broadcasts of the different national preselections of the Eurovision Song Contest, such as the Finnish UMK.

The Secuoya space completes its programming with series such as House, Monk, Alerta Cobra or Psych, in addition to internationally successful programs such as Caso Cerrado, Carmen Gloria at your service or Paranormal Witness. This can be tuned to DTT in the BeMad, Atreseries and Real Madrid TV multiplex, in addition to the online platforms of Movistar (dial 98), Vodafone (165), Orange (89), Telecable (60), R-Galicia (123 ), Euskaltel (975), Virgin Telecom (65) and Agile TV (78).

Emotions have surfaced to the maximum in the Canal Quickie studio, with the tears of Lydia Lozano and Víctor Sandoval, in addition to the live connection with Belén Esteban in the RTVE studios in Sant Cugat del Vallès. Social networks have also celebrated the announcement through the publication of the program on X (Twitter). “Congratulations, what the public wants cannot be taken away by the offices. Bravo,” commented one user.