The private channel chooses Secuoya once again, after the success of “Vive Cantando”, which will start shooting its second season in a week
Doble Filo (Grupo Secuoya) will produce a new series for channel Antena 3 TV. This project confirms the television channel’s commitment to Secuoya. After the success of last year’s “Vive Cantando”, they have placed an order for the second season, which will start shooting in just over a week.
Titled ‘Algo que celebrar’, the new comedy-like series narrates the life of a large family spread over thirteen big celebrations, each one corresponding to an episode: weddings, christenings, communions, funerals, birthdays and the unavoidable Christmas celebrations. All those celebrations that bring together the family’s closest relatives in just over a year, become the instrument used by Doble Filo to cheerfully delve into human relations, silly quarrels and arguments, the grandparent’s unconditional love, bouts of jealousy and absences. In “Algo que celebrar” we will get to see how each character evolves just as if we were witnessing the lives of our own cousins, uncles and brothers-in-law: in chunks, but without losing the thread in the long run.
“Algo que celebrar” demonstrates Grupo Secuoya’s great strength in creating content in the present-day audiovisual panorama. One of the top 5 Spanish producers, Secuoya currently has three fiction productions to be aired on the large players: “Victor Ros” on channel TVE-1, “Vive Cantando” and “Algo que celebrar”, both on channel Antena 3. Fiction is one of Grupo Secuoya’s biggest undertakings and assets in the Area of Content, but certainly not the only one. The group has developed a wide range of programs, talent shows and docu-realities that viewers in different autonomous regions can enjoy thanks to a framework of exemplary relations with the regional channels (Secuoya is present in 80% of them), as well as the outsourcing of news programs. “Amigo Doctor”, aired on channel Aragon TV, is an example of television that hits close to home for viewers and is of great value in public services.
Similarly, the documentary genre continues to be one of the great pillars in the company’s area of production. An example of a praiseworthy top-of-the-range documentary is “Tribus”, an anthropological documentary, which is being shot at the moment by the group’s company New Atlantis. New Atlantis is precisely one of the most versatile and active producers in this country. In addition to “Victor Ros” (already on Movistar TV and shortly on channel TVE-1), the company is preparing to embark on new seasons of “Españoles por el Mundo” (TVE-1) and “Policías en acción” (La Sexta). At the same time, next week New Atlantis will start shooting a historical fiction teaser inspired on a character from a world renowned and popular international authors.